Does your little girl dream of being a ballet dancer? Does she stand in front of the mirror reaching high on her tip toes with arms in a circle above her head?
Or maybe your son leaps into the kitchen, kicking his legs high in a show of strength.
For many children, being a dancer is an American Dream.
For more than 30 years, the Colorado Ballet Academy has been training students in dance, beginning at age 3 up to adult. Using the renowned Vaganova (Russian) method, the Academy provides the highest quality dance training in the state. Classes focus on technical training and performance in an atmosphere of positive reinforcement. Students train with Colorado Ballet’s professional dancers and, if they desire, can audition for roles in the company’s productions, including its annual presentation of The Nutcracker.
Thousands of students have learned skills in ballet, modern, jazz and tap dancing at the Academy, and many have gone on to enjoy careers in the art form.
The Academy has two studio locations: The Central Academy at 1278 Lincoln St. in downtown Denver and the South Academy in Centennial at 4181 E. County Line Road.
For more information and online registration for classes, click HERE.