SCHOOL OF BALLET SAN ANTONIO
SPRING SESSION REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
MEET THE DIRECTOR
Sofiane became a professional dancer at the age of 14, dancing as a Principal Dancer for some of the most prestigious ballet companies in the world, including SFB (San Francisco Ballet), NYCB (New York City Ballet) and HNB (Het National Ballet). Through proper training and technique, her body has allowed her to dance professionally for more than 30 years. This experience and training is integrated into the work of the professional company and the curriculum of the School of Ballet San Antonio, where Sofiane works each day to inspire the next generation of dancers.
The training to becoming a professional dancer, starts here.
School of ballet San Antonio
SBSA Summer Sessions
JULY 11TH – 29TH, 2022 – 8 & UP
SBSA Summer Studies offers students the opportunity to immerse themselves in challenging and diverse daily training for 3 weeks. Classes offered include, Ballet Technique, Pointe, Variations, Boys Class, Contemporary, Jazz, Choreography, Pilates, Strength and Conditioning, Dance History, and Nutrition.
JULY 11TH – 29TH, 2022, 4 – 7 years old
In SBSA Summer Camp students will spend a fun week learning what is involved in making a ballet from start to finish. Each week will start with learning the story of the ballet, and conclude with an in-studio showcase. Their day will include Ballet, Creative Movement, Choreography, Set Design, and Costume Design.
JANUARY 3 – MAY 22, 2023
The School of Ballet San Antonio’s Spring Session program provides dancers, ages 3 and above, the opportunity to work with our professional staff to emphasize the French curriculum of musicality, sound technique and a strong focus on alignment of the body.
Sensory Friendly Class
February 12th – April 29th
The School of Ballet San Antonio is proud to introduce RHYTHM WORKS to its curriculum! Rhythm Works Integrative Dance is a groundbreaking rhythm and dance program that provides a fun, yet functional, participation opportunity for students with developmental delays, physical challenges, learning differences and sensory sensitivities. While the classes are focused on building foundational skills for our uniquely-abled students, the class is open to people of all abilities to promote inclusion and neuro-diversity.