Mon., April 25 
Broadway Tap & Jazz / Int. Jazz
6:00 - 7:00
County Ballet Dance Studio | Ballet, Jazz, Tap

Serving the Greater Baltimore and Harford County Area
The County Ballet Dance Studio & Dance Shop
2232 Old Emmorton Rd. Bel Air, MD 21015
410.515.0031 | 410.569.0316
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Kind words said about County Ballet:

We have so enjoyed being a part of your studio! What a welcoming and wonderful place!! 
Thank you for inspiring our girls and promoting a love of dancing 
- Anonymous Mother of Student

Ms Pam,
Just a note to tell you how much I appreciated you as a teacher. I did Pilates with you for 3.25 months and never got injured. That's a record for me. I've taken all kinds of classes with all kinds of professionals ( and non-professionals) and always wound up injured or going to the chiropractor in pain. You obviously are exceptional at what you do. I'm so pleased with my progress. I can do 100s with my head and legs raised with little effort and no neck pain! I felt great holding my own with the college kids, too..

County Ballet has always been like a second home to me. Throughout the years, Miss Pam has taught me so much more than just how to dance. This has always been such a welcoming studio, no matter what age, dance background, or ability level. I've been dancing with County Ballet for 25 years, 
and I hope to continue for 25 more!
Dr. Kristen Moffa, Bel Air

County Ballet is a great studio to enroll any child or adult. Strong emphasis on technique, affordable rates, professional teachers, and performance opportunities through Part Two Dance Company. 
Samantha Hopkins, Dance Major at Radford University

It was exciting to learn to tap dance as an adult. It's never too late! I started when I was single. Now married and two children later, I'm still happy tapping.
Janet, Cockeysville

County Ballet makes Dance so much Fun. I started at County Ballet 30 years ago and I'm still dancing. County Ballet is DANCE ---
Dynamic teachers, Age appropriate, Nice environment, Contagious fun, Excellent instruction.
2232 Old Emmorton Road
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Regular Hours:
M-F 10a - 7p 
Sat. 10a - 3p

Welcome to County Ballet... established in 1981.
Our family of dancers has been growing for over 40 years.
Many of our dancers have been here all that time and they are still dancing! 
Whether you begin as a youngster or an adult, dance is a lifetime fitness fun activity.​
Thank You for visiting our site.

Regular classes are in session.
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End of Spring Schedule Open House.
The following schedule for classes will be held on the dates posted.

 Open House May 30, 31, June 1, 2, 3 

Each class will demonstrate their dance skills. Please have your dancer arrive 5-8 minutes early. There are approximately 35 chairs in the studio, the number of guests allowed depends on your class size.
6:30 – 7:30
We must alter the schedule to allow for congestion, parking, and traffic.
What is the Dance Class Demonstration?
County Ballet does not believe in flashy recitals for dancers who are just discovering the world of dance. We do, however,
understand the need to see what your dancer has been working on. In the fall/winter (under normal circumstances) we have a 
general open house during the last week of class. This is the observation of a regular technique class. In the spring we have a Dance 
Class Demonstration Open House. Each dancer in the First Steps through A Ballet Classes (3.5 years to 12 years) receives a hair
ornament and a skirt. We will provide hair ornaments and skirts, at no additional charge.

Why County Ballet does not believe elaborate recitals are the purpose of dance education…The development of dance movement is a continuous process, and one semester of training is not adequate to entire ballet piece One would not expect to play an entire concerto after only a few music lessons or speak a foreign language after one semester of training: so why try to perform dances without sufficient training? The purpose of the Dance Class Demonstration Parent Observation is to allow one to see the development of the dance technique. Dancers who have established their foundation in technique are encouraged to pursue the performing aspect of dance by participating in Part Two Dance/POP dancers.

Is your dancer ready to try POP? Performance Opportunity Program
Dancers over 7 who would like to perform at an Open House to show younger dancers your skills need to notify us by March 20th ( We begin rehearsals on Sat. March 25th. 2:00 – 3:30. You will perform one 2–3-minute dance on one of the Open house dates. You will wear your class uniform. OR depending on dancers, sizes, style of dance, some costumes may be borrowed from Part Two.
Character dancers who would like to perform at an Open House to show their dance skills need to notify us ( by March 20th / to begin rehearsal on Sat., March 25th 2:00 – 3:30.
The Rehearsal Participation fee is $60. per dancer due before the rehearsal. (Payable in cash or check to Part Two Dance Company) There are 6 rehearsals-March 25, April 15, 22, 29, May 6, 13 Dancers must attend all the rehearsals.

Tues May 30

A Time to Tumble-Tumble Class

10:15 – 11:00

Tumble Acro and Ballet Basics

4:45 – 5:15

5:20 – 6:00

Royal Blue A Ballet & Tap

 6:30 – 7:35
Wed., May 31

First Steps

10:15 – 11:00

Lt. Blue Ballet Two and Tap

5:30 – 6:30
Thurs., June 1

All Foundation

6:00 – 7:15
Fri., June 2

Lavender Ballet One and Tap

5:15 – 6:15

Broadway Tap & Jazz and Int. Jazz / Modern

6:30 – 7:30
Sat., June 3

Pink Music & Movement and White First Steps

9:20 - 10:05

Lavender Ballet One and Tap

10:30 – 11:30

Lt. Blue Ballet Two and Tap

12:00 – 1:00.