Internationally recognized tap dancers and graduates of Columbia University, Emmy Award Nominated sisters Chloé and Maud Arnold are a choreographing and producing duo. Their work has taken them worldwide to over 30 countries, allowing them to create opportunities to elevate and celebrate the Art of Tap Dancing through Film, TV, and live events. Revered for co-directing and producing the critically acclaimed DC Tap Festival for the past 12 years, the sisters were awarded the 33rd Annual DC Mayor’s Arts Awards for Excellence in Performing Arts in 2018 and were recognized by the US House of Representatives as arts preservers and ambassadors. 

The Arnold sisters were fortunate enough to grow up during a time where arts funding provided the opportunity for them to train with legendary artists; the Nicholas Brothers, Gregory Hines, Peg Leg Bates, and Debbie Allen. It was the exposure to these inspiring legends that set the bar and set these sisters on their journeys. They have travelled to over 40 countries teaching, performing, choreographing and producing viral dance videos. The Chloé and Maud Foundation and its founders Chloé and Maud have been highlights globally for their talent and work in the community.