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The Washington School of Ballet

4.8(242)
3308 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 204, Washington, DC, 20016
Cleveland Park

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There are no classes Today, March 18.
Tomorrow, March 19
90 min
Advanced Beginner BalletNancie J. Woods
4.9
Cardio, Flexibility, Balance, Dance
75 min
All Levels Street JazzMaurice Johnson
Cardio, Flexibility, Balance, Dance
Friday, March 22
90 min
Intermediate BalletBahareh Sardari
4.9
Cardio, Flexibility, Balance, Dance
90 min
Advanced Beginner BalletAmanda Melrose-Smith
4.9
Cardio, Flexibility, Balance, Dance
Saturday, March 23
90 min
Advanced Beginner BalletConstance Dinapoli
4.9
Cardio, Flexibility, Balance, Dance
75 min
Beginner Ballet 2Constance Dinapoli
4.9
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About this studio

Discover your balance and confidence – whether you are an absolute beginner or a returning dancer, The Washington Ballet offers dance classes designed especially for you. Our classes are designed to promote good technique, strength, and flexibility in a welcoming and non-competitive environment.

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How to prepare

Participants are encouraged to arrive approximately 10-15 minutes prior to class. To prevent injury resulting from inadequate warm up, students may be asked to observe class if they are more than 15 minutes late. Out of respect for the pianists, teachers, and participants, students are asked not to enter class while the music is playing but should await a pause in the music before entering and checking in with the instructor. There is no required dress code within the Adult Program. Female students may wear leotards and tights with or without

How to get there

There is two hour parking available on Wisconsin Avenue depending on the time of day. Please check the signs for the most up to date restrictions. Garage parking is available below The Giant Supermarket. Parking entrances are off of Macomb and Newark Street NW. The garage offers complementary parking to our students and guests for up to 90 minutes. Your ticket needs to be validated at our front desk before leaving the studio. Use the Cleveland Park and Tenleytown stops on the Red Line.

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Most recent reviews

Intermediate Ballet
I enjoyed the class a lot
Advanced Beginner Ballet
Nice studio, good class. Need some experience with ballet but it wasn’t too intimidating.
Advanced Beginner Ballet
The address in ClassPass is wrong - class was at the main building at 3515 Wisconsin ave. Check the schedule on their website before going.
Beginner Ballet 1
Worst beginner class I have ever been to. This woman clearly does not know how to teach anyone below the advanced level and was actually laughing at students.
All Levels Street Jazz
teacher had amazing energy
All Levels Street Jazz
Really fun class - Maurice exudes joyful energy and is super supportive!
Beginner Ballet 1
Nice beginning level ballet class in a nice studio. Low pressure, but also very low energy.
Beginner Ballet 1
It's a good very basic ballet class, the studio is nice and other people in the class seem non-judgmental. The teacher has a weird energy though that I'm not a fan of. You also won't get much of a workout.
Beginner Ballet 1
Not the best welcome or info given to first time students. Why have a receptionist at all? Really nice studios though.
Beginner Ballet 1
When I went it was definitely a truly beginner level class (though there was one obviously very experienced dancer there, I think because she was injured?). If you have much ballet experience you will probably be bored, but it's also nice to have the basics of proper alignment and what exactly each move is supposed to look like reviewed. Everyone was very friendly and supportive, though the way the teacher talked kind of made me feel like I was 5. The studio is beautiful.

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