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 Impact & Give Back: Mobile Ballet 

 Impact & Give Back: Mobile Ballet 

The Art of Dance

-Liesel Schmidt

There’s something incredibly beautiful about ballet that commands attention, something unique and romantic that no over-engineered, technically enhanced screen production can replicate or replace. In this day and age of computer-generated entertainment that threatens the integrity of true talent, it’s inspiring to know that the art of ballet is as captivating as ever.

For companies like the Mobile Ballet, encouraging expression and honing talent has been a focus since its founding as a nonprofit in 1987, offering a legacy of excellent performances and the highest quality ballet training that continues today, under the leadership of Artistic Director Katia Garza.

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“As a nonprofit, the Mobile Ballet has made a tremendous impact on the cultural, artistic, and economic landscape of the greater Mobile area,” says Amanda Napper, Manager of Development and Communications. “The Mobile Ballet fulfills an important role in our region through offering world-class performances right here at home and a ballet school that inspires and equips the youngest of dreamers to become dancers and leaders in the performing arts.” 

For anyone passionate to learn dance, the Mobile Ballet School provides a full range of dance instruction to over 300 students each year, from ages three to adult, at both our studios in Mobile and Daphne. Classes include ballet, pointe, jazz, tap, contemporary, conditioning, hip-hop, as well as other disciplines.

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