Erika Lambe -Holland
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Miami City Ballet
- Erika Lambe-Holland trained at Boston Ballet School and School of American Ballet and went on to dance professionally with Miami City Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem, and Boston Ballet. She has served on the faculty of Boston Ballet School, Walnut Hill School, and Boston Arts Academy. Ms. Erika brings her dynamic, creative energy and extensive professional performance experience to each of her classes.
- In 2000, Erika Lambe-Holland became the first African American Sugarplum Fairy in Boston Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker. Ms. Lambe-Holland trained at the Boston Ballet School, the School of American Ballet and the Dance Theatre of Harlem school. She performed with Boston Ballet II before joining Dance Theatre of Harlem, where she danced an extensive repertory for three years. As a member of Miami City Ballet, she was a featured dancer in the 1999 PBS production, “I’ll Make Me a World”, which chronicled the careers of African Americans in the Arts.Ms. Lambe-Holland joined Boston Ballet as a member of the corps de ballet in 1993.