A rich legacy of excellence in dance education

Founded in 1962, Ballet Western Reserve has grown to become the region’s premier dance academy training children and teenagers in the art of dance. Many of these young people have gone on to advanced study in some of the nation’s most prestigious schools and universities and have launched successful professional careers with major companies and as respected instructors.

A rich legacy of excellence in dance education

Founded in 1962 Ballet Western Reserve has grown to become the region’s premier dance academy training children and teenagers in the art of dance. Many of these young people have gone on to advanced study in some of the nation’s post prestigious schools and universities, and have launched successful professional careers with major companies and as respected instructors.

Focusing on the development of the whole child

A typical dance studio focuses its efforts on the next performance and winning trophies. Ballet Western Reserve, the region’s premier dance academy, is far from the typical.

Our mission is to provide excellence in dance education which enlightens, entertains, and inspires passion and joy.

Focusing on the development of the whole child

A typical dance studio focuses its efforts on the next performance and winning trophies. Ballet Western Reserve, as the region’s premier dance academy, is far from the typical.

Our mission is to provide excellence in dance education which enlightens, entertains, and inspires passion and joy.

Why BWR stands out from typical dance studios …

  • Performance costumes provided at no charge
  • Free, secure parking on premises
  • A focus on training not trophies
  • A legacy producing world-class dancers and instructors
  • A beautiful building totally dedicated to the arts
  • Highly trained professional instructors
  • Classes in many dance styles

THE BWR DIFFERENCE

218 West Boardman Street
P. O. Box 1684
Youngstown, OH 44501
330-744-1934

218 West Boardman Street
P. O. Box 1684
Youngstown, OH 44501
330-744-1934