Fall Registration

IMG_8546Sign up for 2018-2019 season with most advanced Ballet School in Minnesota.
Academy of Russian Ballet offer comprehensive training in Russian classical ballet technique and skills development using famous Russian Vaganova Method. We provide introductory classes for students with little or no previous training and advanced classes for students exhibiting strong technique. Students have unique opportunity to perform. Repertoire of the Academy of Russian Ballet includes The Nutcracker, The Great Halloween Adventure, Peter and the Wolf, Carnival of the Animals, Paquita, and our annual Spring Gala Recital which include many dances from classical ballets as Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty,  La Giselle, La Sylphide and many others.
2017-2018 season Academy‚Äôs dancers participate in YAGP Ballet competitions in Chicago and locally, where they won Top places include money awards. 

Open House
Fall registration
During Open House your child can take FREE Trial Class (can’t attend if late for class) while you will meet teachers, observe class, register and place your child in appropriate level.

Tuesday August 7
Open House and Registration 4:30pm-6:30pm
4:45-5:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 3-5
5:30-6:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 5-8
6:30 Registration

Tuesday August 21
Open House and Registration
4:45-5:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 3-5
5:30-6:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 5-8
6:30 Registration

Wednesday August 22
Open House
 and Registration 4:30pm-6:30pm
4:30-6:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 8-18
6:30 Registration

Thursday August 23
Open House and Registration 4:30pm-6:30pm
5:30-6:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 5-8
4:30-6:30 Observation Class for Dancers age 13-18
6:30 Registration

Saturday August 25
Open House and Registration 11:00-12:00 Registration

Contact us to visit our studio and register for classes.  Registration is open year-round.  Please review the Studio Rules and Dress Code, in addition to the Class Schedule and Tuition fees.

Studio Rules
Students should be on time for the beginning of a class. If late the teacher’s permission is required to enter the class. Students who are more than 15 minutes late may observe class, but will not participate.
No food, chewing gum, or beverages (except water) are allowed in the dance studio.
Students must be picked up at the end of class or rehearsal. After a 15-minute grace period has passed, a $1 per-minute fee will be assessed to parent. Young children not enrolled in class should not be left unattended.
The number of students per class may be limited by Directors at any time.
There is a $ participation fee for each production make by Minnesota Ballet Theatre (which students have the option to participate in) and $75 participation fee for Spring Recital. Families who volunteer for 8 or more hours will be given a $50 reduction on the next session tuition payment. The participation fee is non-refundable if the student chooses to quit a production after rehearsals have begun.
Students must be enrolled for the entire class session in order to participate in ARB productions for example: Halloween-Fall, Nutcracker-Winter, Peter & the Wolf and Carnival-Spring.
Students can apply to compete in local and regional competitions. Competition training costs, rehearsal schedule, and terms of competition are to be decided between Directors and parents.

Dress Code
Pre-ballet: pink tights, pink leotard, pink shoes no skirt allowed.
Ballet 1-2: pink tights, black leotard, pink shoes no skirt allowed.
Ballet 3: pink tights, blue leotard, pink shoes skirt allowed.
Ballet 4: pink tights, green leotard, pink shoes skirt allowed.
Ballet 5: pink tights, leotard and shoes any color accepted,  skirt allowed.
Boys: white T-shirt, black tights, white socks, and white or black ballet shoes.

All levels: hair should be secured from the face and neck (in bun). No warm-ups or additional clothing worn during class.

Miss Open House registration? Simply call or e-mail for more info and appointment.