Our building may be closed, but our teachers are working harder than ever!

Classes begin Sept 8
Registration for Fall Classes Begins
Aug, 17

The Dance Boutique will reopen
Aug 17 Hours 12p-5p M-F


2020 promises to be a year like no other we have ever experienced.  Washington has developed guidelines for reopening various industries.  Dance schools have been placed in the category of “Fitness and Training” facility a decision with which we strongly disagree.  It is our opinion that dance schools should have their own category especially since most of our clients are children.  As we are all aware, these guidelines change regularly as we move forward, but currently, Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet and Music cannot open for in person dance classes until Benton County has reached Phase 2 and then opening will be on a very limited basis.

At this time, classes will begin online Sept 8.  They will be live streamed from the studio with the teacher and one demonstrator conducting class.

The schedule for classes will remain the same whether classes are in person or live streamed.

As always, we thank you for your continued support.



 
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The purpose of arts education is not to produce more artists, though that is a byproduct. The real purpose of arts education is to create complete human beings capable of leading successful and productive lives in a free society.
Dana Gioia, Past Chairman of the National Endowment of the Arts


































 Serving Richland, Kennewick, and Pasco

Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet & Music
21 Aaron Dr., Richland, WA 99352  946-1531

Hours: 10am-8pm M-F
Sat. 10am-3pm
Closed Sun.