Studio Company ~ New Program for 2014.15 School Year!

Ballet Arizona’s Studio Company is an opportunity for students of the highest rank with the potential and desire to become professional dancers.  Studio Company members are selected by audition only and through The School of Ballet Arizona’s Summer Intensive Program.  Studio Company members gain professional exposure and train with The School of Ballet Arizona’s School Director as well as Ballet Arizona Artistic Director and staff.  An indispensable and important part of their training is understudying and appearing regularly on stage with Ballet Arizona and in Studio Company productions.

Dance Magazine announces The School of Ballet Arizona’s “The David Hallberg Scholarship for Boys”

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The David Hallberg Scholarship for Boys Application is Available!  Please visit the ‘Register-Auditions‘ page.


New Pilot Program for Adaptive Dance Classes

Ballet Arizona and The School of Ballet Arizona are proud to announce a pilot program offering Adaptive Dance class for children with Down Syndrome.

Based off the  successful Adaptive Dance program of the Boston Ballet, our faculty and Physical Therapist, Tammy Groenwald, have developed a class that we will offer for two age groups.  There will be a limit of 10 students per class, at no cost, on a first come, first serve basis.

To Register, please fill out the Dress Code and School Policies, Registration form and ‘Getting to Know Me’ form that can be submitted via email, fax 602.381.0189, or mail 2835 E Washington St Phoenix, AZ 85034 in order to secure a spot.  A confirmation email will be sent upon receipt of the forms.

Dates of Program:
Classes will meet on Saturdays from July 19 – August 16, 2014.
Ages 8-12 will meet from 10:30am-11:30am.
Ages 13-18 will meet from 12:00-1:00pm.

Dress Code:
Boys ages 8-18: Black Bike Shorts, White T-shirt, white crew socks and white ballet slippers, hair neat and off the face
Girls ages 8-18: Black leotard, light pink tights or black bike shorts, pink ballet slippers, hair up in a bun, neat and off the face