From long rehearsal days, yummy vegan food, and 1950’s vintage decor, step into the life of professional ballerina Rochelle Anvik.
The arts are important in preparing children to be successful in the world and this very belief serves as the foundation for Ballet Arizona’s Class Act community engagement program.
The dancers are back in the studios and they are already busy prepping for the upcoming season, but first we caught up with a couple of them to find out what they got up to over the summer.
The School of Ballet Arizona welcomed over 160 kids to our 2018 six-week summer intensive. Here are some highlights from some of our students!
We talk with longstanding arts supporters Rita & Steven Schlosser about why supporting the arts is important and what they are looking forward to during our upcoming 2018-2019 season!
It’s off-season for Ballet Arizona company dancers Kaelyn Magee and Colleen Buckley, but there is little down time as they are both RA’s for The School of Ballet Arizona’s Summer Intensive.
Thank you for being a part of our 2017-2018 season. We are happy to share some highlights from this past season!
Since the beginning of the year, the Education and Community Outreach department at Ballet Arizona has undergone a number of changes with one being a brand-new program – danceAZ.
Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Volunteer Corps for helping us accomplish such an amazing and successful season. Plus we highlight our volunteer award winners!
We take a look at the ballet summer intensive program for students starting next week!