Ballet Classes

Find the class that's right for you.

Overview

Whether you want to get in shape or learn more about the art form, we offer classes for everyone through the San Francisco Ballet School. Students of all ages are taught by dancers who held careers performing with professional ballet companies, including our own. For the unitiaited we offer great training and a supportive and fun environment for learning. For the ballet fan, we also offer the opportunity to watch the next generation of professionals take class. We hope you'll join us.

Pre-Ballet

Pre-Ballet classes at San Francisco Ballet School introduce young children to the fundamentals of classical ballet, focusing on proper body alignment, basic ballet technique and terminology, and musicality. But as a part of the SF Ballet School family, your energetic young child will also learn much more than ballet. Exposure to dance reinforces important life skills like creativity, discipline and team participation—all in a safe, fun, family environment. 

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Adult Classes

We offer ballet classes for adults of all ages and experience. Ballet is great exercise. It will help you strengthen and tone your muscles and improve your flexibility. Plus, we offer a range of class times to fit your schedule and skill level.

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Master Classes

One-of-a-kind Master Classes provide opportunities for professional and pre-professional dancers to study, literally, at the feet of a master. Master Classes are taught by Ballet School faculty, SFB Company dancers, and Artistic Staff and are designed for dancers who want access, insight, and personal attention from some of the best ballet teachers in the world.

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Not a Dancer? Come Watch.

If you'd like to attend a Master Class but aren't a dancer you can come as an Observer. You still need to register in advance. Children ages 8-14 must be accompanied by an adult. Unfortunately, children younger than 8 years old and babies are not allowed. Lastly, photography and videography are strictly prohibited inside the SF Ballet building.

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