The instructors and staff of the Alameda Ballet Academy are dedicated to bringing quality classical dance education to the greater Alameda community. They seek to impart students with artistry, self expression, grace and musicality, while encouraging a love for the art of dance. In order to create a healthy and productive learning environment, we gently teach by using the principles of focus, discipline, physical fitness, critical thinking, teamwork and, most importantly, respect. It is our belief that the seeds of commitment to excellence can and should be planted at a very young age, while maintaining an inspired, playful, creative atmosphere. more...
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Students of Alameda Ballet Academy and other dancers are welcome to audition for Alameda Civic Ballet's Nutcracker on September 19th and 20, 2015. Paid roles are available for Professional and Pre-Professional Dancers. The professional/advanced dancers audition will be held on Sunday, September 20th, from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. For detailed audition information click here to go to Alameda Civic Ballet's audition page. After the auditions, casting will be posted at the Alameda Ballet Academy studio as well as emailed to performers.
Dates for Alameda Civic Ballet's 2015 The Nutcracker performances are December 19th and 20, 2015, at 2pm. Performances are held at Kofman Theater - 2200 Central Avenue, Alameda, California. For more information on ACB's The Nutcracker or for Nutcracker rehearsal information, go to the Alameda Civic Ballet's website. To purchase tickets, click here.
It is with the deepest sorrow that I share with you the news that our student Annika Zinsley and her mother Rachel Shahinian died in a traffic collision on August 15, 2015. Many of you knew Annika, who danced in the Ballet 3 class this past year, and Rachel who performed for the last two years as Mother Ginger in the Nutcracker. They are two shining lights who are missed beyond what words can express.
The family is requesting that charitable donations be made in lieu of flowers. An Alameda Civic Ballet Memorial Fund has been established in their memory. If you wish to donate to the memorial fund, please send a check made payable to Alameda Civic Ballet, 1402 Park Street, Alameda, CA, 94501 (memo: Rachel and Annika Memorial Fund). You may also donate online by going to www.alamedacivicballet.org and clicking on the PayPal Donate button on the right. When it takes you to the PayPal page to make your gift, type "Memorial Fund" in the description box.
Adults love Julie Lowe’s ballet classes! Julie will offer four Adult Class levels beginning in September. If you’ve always dreamed of learning ballet, or if you’re an experienced dancer who wants to get back to class, we have have more choices for you. Download a class flyer here, register here (make sure to click on the Adult Classes tab at the top), or read a description of the classes here.
Check out this video from our Dance with Me class performing an ancient English-Scotish dance!
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Many of our ABA graduates have gone on to do fabulous things in college and beyond, while managing to keep dance in their lives! Stay connected on our alumni page. We love to hear back from our graduates!
"My daughter couldn't be happier at ABA. Even when she is struggling to learn something new, I see a determination to conquer it. Every level will have its challenges and that determination will serve her well in all aspects of her life."