The School of Ballet Chicago
 

The School of Ballet Chicago provides a comprehensive training environment that focuses on the pursuit of artistic excellence and personal growth. The technique taught at the School is based on the standards established by George Balanchine who revolutionized the art form by expanding and streamlining the fundamentals of classical ballet. Mr. Balanchine was the founder of the School of American Ballet and New York City Ballet and is regarded as one of the most influential choreographers in the world of ballet. The curriculum and performance programs designed by Artistic Director Daniel Duell and School Director Patricia Blair reflect their commitment to maintaining a strong Balanchine presence in Chicago.

The training at the School of Ballet Chicago focuses on the musicality, energy, and articulation that are the hallmark of Balanchine-trained dancers. It is in this tradition that the School of Ballet Chicago prepares its students for professional careers. Students are taught in a nurturing environment that fosters confidence and individual achievement as well as artistry and technique.



 


 
   
   

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