Since its inception, the School of Classical Ballet has been dedicated to providing quality dance instruction appropriate for the age and physical development of each student. The School provides a diversified program that meets not only the needs of those who seek a fun, creative, and challenging environment, but also those who wish to pursue a professional dance career.
The School of Classical Ballet offers classes in a variety of dance genres including Ballet, Pointe, Modern, Jazz, Lyrical, Hip Hop,Tap, Pre Ballet, Musical Theater, and Creative Movement.
SCB is excited to have new studio spaces located at Montana Dance Center, 701 Daniel Street. The Center has four new studios with state-of-the-art sprung floors, kitchen area, stretch room, and comfortable waiting area for parents.There is nowhere else like it so come see the amazing new space for yourself!
MDAA 2020 SPRING WORKSHOP
APRIL 4 & 5TH Bozeman
Montana Dance Arts Association is a non profit group that puts on two week end workshops a year. One the third weekend of Oct. and the other in the spring usually April. They bring in amazing guest teachers from around the country to educate Montana Dancers for fun filled dance weekends. They also provide scholarships to talented young MT dancers and teachers to further their studies at prestigious summer dance programs. Ballet, Jazz, Modern,Tap, Hip Hop and more are taught during these weekend workshops (Oct/Apr), which are held in the various major MT cities. Workshops are open to students ages 9 and up, with at least 2 years dance experience. The spring workshop offers classes and holds adjudications for students wanting to try for scholarships to study at various summer dance intensives around the United States.
APRIL 26TH & 27TH. SPRING CETRONE RECITAL PHOTOS AT MDC
SCB SPRING RECITAL AT LINCOLN CENTER DATES 2020
May 21,22 & 23 ( Rehearsals & performance)
Thursday, May 21 for Fri. May 22 night performance
Saturday May 23 for Sat. May 23 night performance
Friday, May 22th & Saturday, May 23 at 6:30pm
ABT DANCE PERFOMANCES
Hiplet Ballerinas February 25 at Lincoln Center 7:00pm Under Artistic Director and Founder Homer Hans Bryant, a former dancer with the Dance Theater of Harlem, Hiplet Ballerinas is the only company in the world to perform the signature trademark style. Hiplet Ballerinas of Chicago fuse classical pointe technique with African, Latin, Hip-Hop, and urban dance styles rooted in communities of color. Promoting inclusivity in both their casts and audience, Hiplet features true-toned tights, modern music, and dancers of all shapes, sizes, and colors.
Finding Neverland (Musical) April 2 at 7:30 -- Has been CANCELLED
Finding Neverland tells the incredible story behind one of the world's most beloved characters : Peter Pan , Playwright J.M. Barrie struggles to find inspiration until he meets four young brothers and their beautiful widowed mother. Spellbound by the boys' enchantinmake-believe adventures, he sets out to write a play that will astound London theatergoers. With a llittle bit of pixie dust and a lot of faith, Barrie takes this monumental leap, leaving this world behind for Neverland where nothing is impossible and the wonder of childhood lsts forever.
MADCo is a community-based dance company for dancers ages 8-18 with a minimum of two years dance experience co sponsored by Montana Dance Center and School of Classical Ballet.
This is a performing company of young people, offering professional performance opportunities for children and, in so doing, provides powerful and playful dance performances accessible to people of all ages. Performances will include professional theaters, Dance Showcase, School Performances, and other Venues.
Company Directors: Julia Marble, Carly Green, & Betty Loos
Check us out at www.motionartsdancecompany.com
Annual Showcase - Saturday,March 7th,2020 at Petro Theater
2014-2015 MADCO MEMBERS
Senior Company: Emilee Brown, Helena Brown, Kayla Christensen, Eliana Davila, adelynn Hust, Olivia Kusek, Emily Point, Maya Walling, Jordyn Walsh
Junior Company: Abigail Aning, Ivee Brown, Sophia Douglas, Ruby Hampton,Chloe Hartman, Ainslie Hoke, Addison Johns, Audrey Mills, Amelia Petersen,Meredith Rentz, Brynn Sogared, Kaylee Swander,