Welcome to Mid-Atlantic Ballet
4th Annual Dance-a-Thon
BIG thanks to everyone who helped to make our 4th Annual Dance-a-Thon a big success!
The Reviews Are In!
These are some of the comments we received from our recent performance of Coppelia:
"Very well choreographed."
"Excellent job with a difficult ballet."
"Wardrobe was lovely."
"These young dancers are very well trained."
"This was a very high quality production."
Congratulations to our dancers, Director, staff and volunteers for making Coppelia a show to remember!
Register Now for 2014 Summer Ballet Camps and Intensives
Register now for Mid-Atlantic Ballets Summer programs! Click here for registration forms and more information.
Our intensive program is for serious students from throughout the area. Summer Intensives are open to intermediate and advanced students ages 10 and up. Non-MAB dancers should audition for proper placement.
Intensive II (13 yrs. old and up or Levels F-I)
August 4, 2014 - August 8, 2014( Barry Kerollis, Kevin Byrne & Diane Sharp- Nachsin)
August 11, 2014 - August 15, 2014( Claire Kallimanis & Miranda Bloog)
Dance is an expression of the soul. It conveys joy and sadness, love and hate, anger and compassion. Every dance is a unique act of personal or collective expression.
Click the photo to see a video from our recent performance.
If you enjoy aesthetic movement and are open to new experiences, we'd love to hear from you. Our instructors are accomplished dancers from a variety of personal and professional backgrounds.
Mid-Atlantic Ballet offers high-quality ballet training for all ages and different levels, from beginner to advanced. With something for everyone, we look forward to welcoming you here!
To foster an environment in which all dancers can develop their Minds by gaining an appreciation of the Arts as well as train their Bodies through classical ballet, dance instruction and superior performances.
Goals of MAB
To encourage and stimulate interest in and promote
the art of ballet and other forms of dance
To provide a medium of expression for dance artists
To encourage excellent artistic achievement through the medium of dance