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IGNITE BALLET COLLECTIVE

WHERE PASSION MEETS 

COLLABORATION

Our mission is to enrich dancers' lives by offering supplemental ballet training and community performance opportunities. We aim to foster artistic growth and cultivate a deep love for ballet. To ensure well-rounded development, our collective dancers are required to take weekly classes at their home studios in addition to our programs.

Register for Ignite Ballet Collective Auditions 2024-2025

Interested in joining our 2024-2025 season? Click below to register for auditions and to receive audition details to your inbox .  Auditions will be held Saturday, August 17th 2024 from 1-4pm.

Please click here to contact us, if your dancer is interested in auditioning, but cannot make the above day or time.  

 SUMMER WORKSHOPS

* These are drop-in classes offered weekly in July.*

CLASSES AND REHEARSALS

Dancers will be required to attend an audition in August for the 2024-2025 season.

  • Why choose Ignite Dance?
    We strive to set our students up for success both inside and outside the studio. We focus on teaching teamwork, kindness and bravery through safe and technically sound dance training in a fun and healthy environment. We hope that our dancers learn valuable life skills as well as great dance technique, and we hope that they are able to carry these skills and lessons with them throughout their lives and positively impact the community around them.
  • How do I register for classes?
    All of our adult and youth classes can be booked directly through our website. To register for youth classes click here, and to register for adult classes click here. If you need assistance, feel free to reach out to us via phone or email. We are happy to help!
  • Where are classes held?
    We are not a traditional dance studio. We offer classes throughout the community in a variety of settings to best serve you. You can find our classes at schools, preschools, community spaces and more. If you are interested in hosting a class, we would love to connect! Contact us here.
  • What should my dancer wear to class?
    We encourage dancers to wear clothing that they feel comfortable and confident dancing in. We do not have a strict dress code, but baggy t-shirts and sweatpants make it difficult for instructors to see dancers’ placement and form; this makes it difficult for instructors to provide corrections and ensure dancers’ safety. We request that our preschool and school aged students refrain from wearing dresses and skirts on dance days as well. Sneakers or tennis shoes are appropriate for most classes. If special shoes are required, we will notify you.
  • What if my dancer tries a class and doesn't like it?
    We are excited for dancers to try new styles, but we understand that every style is not for every dancer. If your dancer enrolls in a class that does not fit their needs or personality, we are happy to assist you in finding a new class. We will take care of all the paperwork as well, just email info@ignitedanceproductions.com for assistance switching classes.
  • Can I watch my dancer's class?
    All of our classes are closed sessions. We ask that guardians not enter our dance room for any reason as it is a distraction to dancers and staff. Most of our community sessions and school/preschool classes have a built in day where we invite family members to come watch their dancer's progress. If you are curious about your dancer’s progress, please feel free to reach out to us. We are happy to share updates with you upon request.
  • How do I withdraw my student?
    Please fill out the withdrawal form included here. To withdraw from any class or all classes a 30-day written notice is required. You are responsible for the tuition amount for the 30 days.
  • Can you tell me more about the different styles of dance offered?
    We are happy to share some more information about the different dance styles we offer. Most of our preschool classes are creative movement based unless noted otherwise. Please click below to read more about each style of dance.
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