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Charlotte Klein Dance Centers sold to former student

Rachel Rubin (Photo/submitted)

Rachel Rubin (Photo/submitted)

Westborough/Worcester – For the last six decades, under the leadership and guidance of Charlotte Klein, the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers has been one of the most well-known dance studios in central Massachusetts.

But recently Klein and her husband Ben announced that they have made the decision to sell their business to a former student.

“It is with great pleasure and even a greater sense of pride that we announce that Rachel Rubin is the new owner and director of the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers of Worcester and Westborough,” Charlotte Klein said. “Rachel has quite a history with our centers, first enrolling as a student when she was three years old, advancing to become a member of our Dance Company in her high school years and coming back as a teacher and manager as an adult.”

“I can’t think of a more qualified person to transition the business to and I have every confidence that Rachel will be most successful,” she added.

In addition to her training at Charlotte Klein, Rubin continued her dance education at Dean College, where she earned a degree in dance with a minor in business. After graduation she was co-owner of a dance studio in Mendon where she gained experience running a dance business before joining the team at Charlotte Klein.

“It is such an honor to be able to continue the excellence that has been established here at the Charlotte Klein Dance Centers,” she said. “I couldn’t be more excited and look forward to adding to the legacy that has been nurtured over the past 60 years.”

The Charlotte Klein Dance Center name will not be changed.

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