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Learning Through Performance

Performing is an integral part of a student’s education and teaches the process of learning how to rehearse and prepare repertoire. 


All students in elementary level classes or higher will have the opportunity to perform, experience working in groups, and to learn to develop a strong, productive and cooperative work ethic.       

Pre-Ballet students, learn more about your in-studio Recital HERE!  


BRB's 2023 Recitals will take place Saturday, June 17 for students in Elementary level classes or higher!   



Step 1. Carefully read the important recital information below. 


Step 2. Put all dates and times into calendar. 

Step 3. Submit confirmation found at the link below no later than APRIL 1.  

We encourage all students to take the opportunity to perform and be inspired from showcasing all their hard work on the stage. If it is not possible to perform, the child will still learn the dance, be a part of the choreographic process and receive a costume! 


BRB's 2023 Recitals will take place Saturday, June 17! 


Detailed schedule coming soon. 



Our Lady of Angels

337 74th Street

Brooklyn, NY 11209

Entrance on 74th Street

Parking Lot on 74th Street between 3rd & 4th Avenue

Train: R Train to 77th Street 

Bus: B4, B37, B63, B64, B9



Click HERE to make sure your dancer is prepared for their performance with this handy checklist! 



Costumes will be given to students the day of the performance and then they are welcome to take them home! Students will try their costumes on during class time and faculty and staff will access if any adjustments to be made.   



For ballet classes, hair must be worn in a proper ballet bun for girls, please see bun tutorial HERE!  Boys must have long hair pulled back from face in a pony-tail or braided.

Non-ballet classes will receive instructions on performance hair from their instructor. 



Simple eye make-up must be worn so we can see the dancers' faces under our performance lights. Please see the helpful "How to Apply Stage Makeup to Children" tutorial HERE.



Wearing a mask for the performance is optional. If wearing a mask, it is required to be a flesh colored mask that matches their skin tone as close as possible. We recommend purchasing your child's mask from our dress code provider Grand Prix, but any brand is acceptable.   


Ticket info coming soon!   


Purchase a digital download of this year's Recital HERE!  



Please click on the link below to confirm your child's participation & that you have read all the important information above.


Confirmation must be submitting no later than April 1! 

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