The Academy of Russian Ballet is the first Russian Dance School in Minnesota committed to educating children in the best traditions of Russian Classical Ballet Mastership. The Academy of Russian Ballet comprehensive curriculum, based on the Vaganova Method, is proven to instill in dancers incomparable technique while striving for a greater sense of artistry, clarity, grace, athleticism, speed, and musicality. The Academy of Russian Ballet creates ballet performance opportunities in Minnesota: The Nutcracker, Halloween Adventure, Peter and the Wolf, and more.
Russian language for children 4-6 years of age. Classes for the younger children are developmentally appropriate and form the foundation of language learning and academic success in future years. Our mission is to encourage and promote an interest in Russian Ballet as well as Russian language and culture and to build an inclusive, global community. July …View full post
“Nutcracker” Ballet Camp August 8-11 Nutcracker camp unbeatable combination of joyful creative motion fused with high-quality dance instruction and engaging professional teachers! Dancers will learn the Nutcracker story and dances from classical ballet Nutcracker performed by ARB students and guest artists in December 2015. As well as do arts and crafts activities, where the students …View full post
Drop in Classes Now Available. Academy of Russian Ballet gives opportunity for all metro area youth dancers to take classes without contract and registration fees. Looking for single classes to improve Ballet Technique? Simple show up and take a class. All age children can participate, check schedule for time. Children age 3-8 call for spot …View full post
ARB is pleased to offer youth of the Twin Cities an opportunity to participate in the most well-known and beloved story ballet of all time, the Nutcracker. Auditions are open to children ages 10 (age 8 for ARB students) and older who love to dance and perform. Dance experience is preferred. Roles include: party girls, mice, soldiers, angels …View full post