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Boston Ballet's Adaptive Dance Program
Adaptive Dance offers three types of classes:
COVID-19 Protocols: Our classes will be held in person in accordance with Boston Ballet’s COVID safety protocols. Please view our health and safety plan for further information. Your wellbeing remains our top priority and we look forward to welcoming you back to the studios.
Registration for fall classes is now closed. Please email email@example.com to be added to the mailing list to receive information about spring 2023 classes.
Our in-person classes will adhere to Boston Ballet’s COVID Safety Protocols. Please view Boston Ballet’s Health and Safety Plan for further information. We are committed to your health and safety and look forward to welcoming you back to the studio in-person or virtually.
Adaptive Dance is a 20-week program from September–May. Full calendar dates will be shared with families during registration.
Tuition for the program is $420.00 (including fees).
Boston Ballet believes everyone should have the opportunity to dance and is committed to working with our families to ensure that programming is accessible. Financial Aid is available for families that qualify.
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If you are a dance educator, studio owner, program manager, or other service provider interested in learning how to teach dance to individuals with disabilities visit the Adaptive Dance Teacher Training page to learn more.
Funding for Adaptive Dance has been provided by The Seth Sprague Education and Charitable Foundation, Children’s Orthopedic Surgery Foundation, Liberty Mutual, Van Otterloo Family Foundation, and the Stephanie L. Brown Foundation.