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Milwaukee Ballet School & Academy offers a robust Pre-Professional Program that educates, trains and prepares students for a career in professional dance.
Intended for recent high school graduates and current high school students with alternative academic study options, the program offers daily intensive training led by senior faculty member and Head of Training for Academy and Pre-Professional Divisions Tatiana Jouravel-Malinkine.
Students must be advanced level dancers in high school or post-high school. Ladies must have at least 4 years of intensive pointe training.
Video Audition Submission
To submit video materials, please complete the online form here. Video submissions are due by April 2, 2021.
Video length should be 10-15 minutes with combinations shown on one side.
Please include a cover letter, resume, and photos (a headshot and a photo in first arabesque – en pointe, if applicable).
8:15-9:15am | Pilates (Select days)
9:30-11:00am | Ballet
11:15-12:15pm | Pointe/Virtuosity*
12:15-1:00pm | Lunch Break
1:00-2:00pm | Repertoire
2:15-3:15 | Style Class**
*Pas de deux or Men’s class as enrollment and COVID-19 restrictions allow.
**Style classes include Variations Hip Hop, African, Contemporary, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Character, Dance History & Appreciation, etc.
Schedule subject to change.
September – May | 9 monthly payments of $822 plus a one-time $25 registration fee | September tuition and the registration fee are due at the time of registration.
Includes all classes, rehearsals, all costumes and performance participation.
Online applications for financial assistance are available for the 2021-22 program starting June 2021.
Students must secure their own housing, food, transportation, dance attire and shoes.
GROHMANN TOWER APARTMENTS at Milwaukee School of Engineering
233 E. Juneau Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Students ages 18+ only | Domestic and international students welcome
For additional information, please contact email@example.com
Apartments are furnished with a bed, dresser, desk, and chair. Each kitchen area also has a stove, refrigerator, and microwave. An additional bed is added if the Apartment has two occupants.
Milwaukee Ballet student residents must be on a meal plan. The meal plan is all-you-can-eat in the Dining Commons in Campus Center. Weekday meals include Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. Weekends include Brunch and Dinner. Late hours (7-10:30pm) include food options at Roscoe’s Grill.
Optional parking is available inside the Grohmann Tower for a fee of $603 for 9 months.
Each floor is secured by card swipe. One needs to swipe one’s access card to gain access into the building, operate the elevator, and enter each floor. For safety, there are cameras throughout the complex’s public spaces.
There are two full-time professionals in Grohmann Tower (building manager / maintenance). The building is staffed, cleaned, monitored, and maintained by 40+ student staff members known as Tower Assistants. Tower Assistants handle daily cleaning, furniture repair, painting, carpet cleaning, conference set-ups, certain trash removals, behavior/emergency response, snow shoveling, checking in/out of residents, tours, mailroom duties, front desk coverage, and special projects.