Shelley Siller Shelley Siller grew up in Cape Coral, FL, where she studied Cecchetti ballet technique and all movement styles at Pine Island Dance. After moving to the Washington, D.C., she continued her training under ballet master Pamela Moore, while continuing other disciplines at Cuppett Performing Arts Center and pre-professional contemporary company IMPACT Dance under Candra Preshong and Kellie Payne. Shelley has performed at many notable Washington venues, including the JFK centennial at the Kennedy Center with Company E. Recently, Shelley began touring her work internationally and was honored to perform in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, two cities in Guatemala, and in France. Shelley is excited to present new work with talented artists she loves at her favorite showcase, Small Plates!
Caroline has been singing with her sister Shelley since age 5. She began her love of playing music around age 10. Along with music she has a passion for dance, yoga, and acrobatics. Art is one of Caroline’s favorite ways of releasing energy. She is so happy to be playing as her beautiful talented sister dances on stage.
Andrew Rohlk, born and raised in Richmond, VA, has sung, danced, and played music from a young age. Things really got moving and grooving when he picked up the guitar at 13 and began writing songs soon after. Andrew Rohlk’s style of Jazzy, Pop-Rock songs are vignettes from his life detailing love, loss, worries, wishes, and wisdom. These songs work best in a live setting with a healthy dose of audience interaction, and it is his hope that this exchange will help bridge the gap between the audience and the stage.