For the health of our students,
their families, and our staff
NO CLASSES Until May 4
Dance                       Music



Dear Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet & Music families

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and Governor Inslee’s school closure mandate, we are postponing classes and rehearsals at Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet and Music through MAY 4. This date, of course, will be subject to reassessment as events unfold. 

We realize this creates many questions about enrollment, make-up classes, and a possible extended school year. I hope you will be patient and bear with us. We are all facing the same uncertainties. TCAB staff will be working both remotely and on site in order to address these details and assist you with any concerns. We will reach out to you as further decisions are made.

We take your students’ dance education very seriously and will do our best to responsibly provide for their needs. We want to make sure our dedicated and hardworking dancers continue to have a wonderful year. We will miss you and look forward to reuniting as soon as possible.

Until then, stay well!

Debra, Joel, Gaye & TCAB staff



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


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 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.