Welcome to Massachusetts Academy of Ballet
Massachusetts Academy of Ballet is a training school for students interested in pursuing a career in classical ballet. The classes are based on the Russian syllabus, a training method that has created some of the best ballet dancers in the world.
The Academy also has a program for non-professional students and adults who value the best quality ballet training and artistic education. Through discipline and a positive approach to the challenges inherent in classical dance, students studying classical ballet will develop the skills needed to excel in their academics as well as their artistic and professional programs. Every student who attends the Massachusetts Academy of Ballet, from child to adult, will receive the same high quality training.
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The classes at the Massachusetts Academy of Ballet emphasize classical ballet technique, musicality, artistry, and creativity.
Our school is open for ongoing enrollment.
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2014 - 2015 Schedule now available: click "Schedule" link above
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A train stop will be built at the bottom of Dwight street, near the intersection with Main street one block from our studio, connecting Holyoke to nearby cities of Greenfield, Northampton, Springfield, Hartford and beyond. Amtrak’s Passenger service is scheduled to begin serving this corridor by December 29, 2014.
Flora and Fun! Oct. 11th
MABETA raised over $400.00 for Kate's Kitchen in Holyoke!
Thank you all for your support.
Summer Camp Fun!
MAB Events 2014 -2015
Gwendolyn three school tour!
|Spring Performance - Holyoke High School||May 30 1:00|
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Students performing at Barnes and Noble Bookstore Holyoke, MA 2014.
In 2008, the Massachusetts Academy of Ballet Educational Training Association (MABETA) was launched. The mission of this not-for-profit initiative is to educate residents of Holyoke and the surrounding communities about the art of classical ballet; to perform ballet at schools, senior centers and other community venues; to offer scholarships for the underprivileged and/or
under-funded students interested in studying classical ballet. MABETA has formed many collaborative partnerships with community institutions including the Wistariahurst Museum, the Holyoke Children’s Museum, the South Hadley Public Library, Westfield Arts on the Green, and the Holyoke Public Library. We gratfully accept donations for any amount to support our programs
Music for Ballet
A multifaceted CD of great music. Ideally suited for teaching or taking
class, one of the few that follows the correct sequence of exercises at
the barre and in the center with the right build up of tempos.
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