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SAVE THE DATE

April 25th, 2014
 
'Where It All Began'
 
Hanna Theatre
PlayhouseSquare

Members of the newly formed Cleveland Ballet Youth Company
will perform new choreographical works
 
Introducing for the first time:
 
The Cleveland Ballet Orchestra
Featuring members of
The Cleveland Orchestra
 
For additional information
Please call 216-320-9000
 
Tickets will go on sale soon!
 
 

 

UPDATES:

 

Summer 2014 Program

Summer 2014 registration and enrollment for the community division and professional division* is now in progress.

  • For more information, please click here.
  • To request a registration packet, please call 216-320-9000.

*For placement into the Professional Division, a placement class must be scheduled prior to enrollment. A $25.00 fee will be applied.

 

Cleveland Ballet Youth Company

The Cleveland Ballet Youth Company will be holding auditions for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Auditioning dancers ages 14-19.

DATE:

Sunday, March 16th, 2014

LOCATION:

Cleveland Ballet

23030 Miles Rd.

Bedford Heights, OH 44128

TIME:

Registration from 12:00pm – 1:00 pm

Audition Class from 1:00pm – 2:30 pm

AUDITION FEE:

$25.00

 

Please bring the following 5x7 photographs:

  • Headshot
  • First arabesque
  • Tendue à la seconde en face

 

Dress Code:

Ladies:

  • Black leotard
  • Pink tights
  • Pink ballet shoes
  • Pink pointe shoes
  • Hair in tight bun

Gentlemen:

  • Black tights
  • White t-shirt
  • Black or white ballet shoes

 

 
It was an evening of unprecedented glamour as patrons of the fine arts community and classical ballet enthusiasts in particular gathered together at Executive Caterers of Landerhaven for the inaugural gala for Cleveland Ballet. Guests were escorted down a red carpet as paparazzi flashes popped and a member of the Cleveland Orchestra played violin in the background… (click to read more)
 
 
A black and white gala was held Sunday night at Executive Caterers in Mayfield Heights to raise money to reestablish the professional ballet company. The event also featured a silent-auction during the cocktail hour and a spirited live auction. The gala was made possible through a partnership with the Cleveland School of Dance.
 
                                                                             
Gladisa Guadalupe arrived in Cleveland in 1982 to join Cleveland Ballet and never left. Now she’s taking major steps toward
the fulfillment of a dream: creating a new Cleveland Ballet to fill the gap left after the company closed its doors in 2000
after a nearly 25-year run.
 
 


 

Why the Cleveland School of Dance?...

The Mission of Cleveland School of Dance is to educate its students by offering them quality dance training and intensive instruction in the highly structured and disciplined techniques of dance, ballet in particular, and its related arts. The training creates a refined sensitivity and developed appreciation for the unique art of classical ballet among the students of both the Community Ballet Division and the Professional Ballet divisions of Cleveland School of Dance.  

The Cleveland School of Dance is the direct "descendant" of the Cleveland Ballet School of Dance.  Many faculty members were dancers or otherwise associated with The Cleveland Ballet.  No other Cleveland ballet school can claim such a lineage from The Cleveland Ballet.

The Cleveland School of Dance Program...

The well rounded curriculum taught by the Cleveland School of Dance's distinguished faculty, emphasizes classical ballet technique offering  students intensive training in structured and disciplined techniques for ballet students.

Our training creates a refined and developed appreciation for the art of classical ballet producing ballet artists of the highest caliber trained by ballet teachers of the highest caliber ... becoming capable of fulfilling the needs and demands of major professional dance companies.

Cleveland School of Dance ballet students follow a structured curriculum designed to develop their technical skills, stamina, vocabulary and discipline in agreement with their age and physical development. 

The curriculum includes: ballet technique, pointe, variations, contemporary dance, Spanish dance, caractere, music theory, body alignment and conditioning as well as modern dance and jazz.  Additional courses offered in nutrition, preventive injury, drama, dance and ballet history and yoga also compliment the Cleveland School of Dance curriculum.  As the student progresses, the curriculum further develops into more complex dance combinations concepts appropriate to each level of skill.

For those interested in the art or desiring a career in professional ballet, Cleveland School of Dance offers quality training and excellent exposure to classical ballet and dance.  Cleveland School of Dance Graduates have been placed in both local, national and international ballet and dance companies or have pursued collegiate arts study.  In all instances students enjoy the rewards of dedication, desire and discipline as they become successful young adults.

The Cleveland School of Dance is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit institution.  We welcome your interest as a prospective Student, Parent or Benefactor