About The Georgia Ballet
Founded in 1960 by Marietta native Iris Hensley, The Georgia Ballet is a non-profit organization committed to inspiring the public through professional ballet performance, unparalleled dance training and meaningful community outreach. We are continuously growing to meet the needs of the community while fulfilling our reputation as an outstanding arts organization.
Dancers ages 10 and older with 1-2 years of pointework and of intermediate and advanced levels may audition. You must be in the audition for consideration of scholarship and a spot in the 2023/24 Program.
Auditions will be held Saturday, March 25th 1:30-3pm.
To register to audition, please email email@example.com
Conservatory programs provide a unique opportunity for students to receive an accelerated and diverse dance curriculum during the daytime. Students will train 3 hours a day during the week, with optional additional hours on Saturdays or during the evening. They will also be afforded the opportunity to perform with The Georgia Ballet Professional Company and compete at Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP) and/or Universal Ballet Competition (UBC).
Implemented by School Director Ashleyanne Hensley, the curriculum is thoughtfully designed to provide a base of strong classical ballet technique with additional classes in disciplines such as pointe, repertoire, partnering, contemporary, modern, jazz, musical theater, injury prevention and others.
The Conservatory program is led in conjunction with Faculty members Lauri Worrill-Biggs, Margit Peguero, Daet Rodriguez, Kelsey Shackleford and Cassandra Broussard.
To learn more about The School of The Georgia Ballet’s Conservatory program, please call 770-528-0881 or email Alexa DeStefano at firstname.lastname@example.org.