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Watch Dress Rehearsal Video

By Valerie Maio | Jan 20, 2018
BalletRox Red Sox dancers tap at dress rehearsal, January 20, 2018.

Want a preview of our concert tomorrow? Check out this dress rehearsal footage from today: our tapping Red Sox dancers!

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Winter Recital on January 21: “Boston: Our City”

By Olga Marchenko | Jan 16, 2018
BalletRox youth dancers pose.

Boston: Our City Sunday, January 21, 3:00 pm sharp Doors open at 2:30 pm. Spontaneous Celebrations 45 Danforth Street, Jamaica Plain (Click street address for directions) This performance is a fundraiser for BalletRox. $10 admission at the door for adults; children free. Cash, credit and debit cards, checks. Reception immediately after for cast and audience! The…

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October 1: Join BalletRox and the BSO for a Free Concert at Franklin Park

By Rachel Hassinger | Sep 28, 2017

BalletRox youth dancers are dancing in the pre-concert arts/community festivities before the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) and Boston Pops Free Concert in Franklin Park this Sunday, October 1. Join us at 1:00 pm in the Playstead at Franklin Park, 25 Pierpont Road, Dorchester, near the Zoo entrance. BalletRox youth dancers will be performing at about 1:45…

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700 Young People, A Year to Remember

By Carol Knox | May 22, 2017
BalletRox youth council performs.

What a year! In the past 12 months, BalletRox provided weekly dance instruction to 700 students — and that’s not all. Thanks to our passionate funders, supporters, staff and friends, BalletRox and our talented students reached new heights in 2016-2017.  Here are a few highlights: In March 2017, the National Endowment for the Arts awarded…

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Join us at Coppelia and SingPositive: May 21 (2017)

By Admin3 | May 4, 2017

Want to see what BalletRox is all about? Please join us at our year-end recital on Sunday, May 21, at 3:00 pm, at Northeastern University’s Blackman Auditorium, 342 Huntington Avenue, in Boston, Massachusetts. Seventy-five young people from Boston, ranging in age from 4 to 19 years, will be telling the story of Coppelia through their magical performance…

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