County Ballet Dance Studio ---
“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.” Rebecca
Our mission --- to provide a dance center of quality dance instruction for a lifetime of learning in dance/art related activities at a reasonable price. Our professional Dance Educators challenge and encourage our students in a nurturing environment.
Entering our classes now are several children from the first dancers who graced our doors, and several of our customers have continued with us throughout the past 30 years.
The Part Two Dance Company, a non-profit company, provides the dancers who are interested in performance preparation an avenue of theatre to explore. The company performs around the Baltimore Harford County region, with a diverse range of repertory.
Someone once said, “Owning a dance studio is no waltz to riches, but it certainly is an ongoing, never ending dance of delight.”
Our present faculty of Dance Educators: Pamela Lauer, Director of County Ballet and The Part Two Dance Company, Jane Saqib, Amie Erline, Diane Godwin, Roger Wade, Becky Titelman, Sarah Stillsmith, Janelle Kornecki and Suzanne Hasselbusch.