...this is where it begins
20 Commercial Way
Springboro OH 45066
Pontecorvo Ballet Studios
-an opportunity to be your best
-a life-long love of music
-an understanding of your human body
-toned muscles and good posture
-enjoyment of regular exercise
-a well-rounded education
-a love of performing
-an end to stage fright
-a career in ballet
This is where it begins...
For twenty five years, Pontecorvo Ballet Studios has helped its students achieve their dreams in the art of dance and any other area of life that the students wish. Studying dance allows young people to be able to focus and prioritize their minds and train their bodies to follow their wishes. And while the first priority is to train dancers to enter the professional world of dance, Pontecorvo Ballet Studios is also proud of the hundreds of young dancers who have gone into the professional worlds of arts management, journalism, technology, law, medicine, physical therapy, all strengthened by their ballet training.
Dancers at Pontecorvo Ballet Studios know they have the faculty that will work with them to make these wishes happen. However, all they had to do was attend the school to find this support. There is no audition needed to attend Pontecorvo Ballet Studios. Students can join at any time during the year.
Barbara Pontecorvo's students have danced professionally with: San Francisco Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Met Columbus, Cincinnati Ballet, Ballet San Antonio, Sacramento Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo and more. They have studied with every major ballet company in the country in the summer and have attended prestigious universities, including Juilliard, CCM, Point Park University and Butler University. Twenty six dancers have gone on to dance professionally.
Isn't it time for your dancer to really learn how to achieve their dreams, no matter what they are?
You have many choices for your child’s dance training, but are all dance schools the same? The new Progress Check page describes some of the skills your child should be learning year by year; if you’re not seeing those results from your current school, it may be time to switch to PBS.
Because of the threat of ice, classes for Saturday, January 14, will be on a four-hour delay. For instance, the 9:00am Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet class will start instead at 1:00pm, after the temperature warms above freezing. If you're not able to make it, you can take a make-up class at a later time.