The Academy at OBC

2018-2019 season classes at the Academy at Oakland Ballet will begin September 8, 2018.
Fall semester: Sept. 8 – Dec. 15, 2018 (no class Nov. 24, Thanksgiving weekend)

Spring semester: Jan. 19 – May 18, 2019 (no class Feb. 9 or April 20)
Tuesday Evenings (Level 4 only): Sept. 11 – Dec. 4, 2018 & Jan. 15 – May 14, 2019
2018-2019 Season Class Schedule

The Academy at Oakland Ballet Company offers classical ballet training with one of the leading Bay Area professional dance companies.

Classes focus on developing students’ technique, exploring artistic expression through dance, and building self-confidence in a fun and nurturing class environment. 

Classes available for ages 5 and up, starting with those that have no ballet or dance training through the more advanced technique levels.

Class Levels and Schedules

Fall semester: Sept. 8 – Dec. 15, 2018 (no class Nov. 24, Thanksgiving weekend)
Spring semester: Jan. 19 – May 18, 2019 (no class Feb 9 or April 20)
Tuesday Evenings (Level 4 only): Sept. 11 – Dec. 4, 2018 & Jan. 15 – May 14, 2019

2018-2019 Class Schedule

To Enroll
Complete the Registration Form on line
Once your responses are received we will contact you to confirm and coordinate tuition payment.

Tuition Payments
Via check: mail to 2201 Broadway, Suite LL17, Oakland CA 94612
Via credit card: call 510-893-3132

Class Location:
Saturdays – Oakland School for the Arts – 530 18th Street, Oakland
Tuesdays – Malonga Center for the Arts – 1428 Alice Street, Oakland


Faculty:
Classes at the Academy are taught by Britt Juleen. Her extensive experience as a professional dancer and teacher provides students at The Academy an invaluable opportunity to hone their dance technique and grow as artists.

About Miss Juleen

As a professional dancer for 18 years, Britt Juleen has spent most of her career as a first soloist ballerina in Europe at the Dutch National Ballet in Amsterdam, and in Germany’s Dresden SemperOper Ballet’s exquisite Opera House. She also performed with Ballet Arizona, Ballet Gamonet in Miami, Florida, and with the contemporary dance companies iMEE and Jacoby&Pronk.

Britt studied at the School of American Ballet, New World School of the Arts, Pacific Northwest Ballet School, Houston Ballet Academy, as well as teacher training at American Ballet Theater. Ms. Juleen received her M.F.A. in Dance from Hollins University and served as a full-time Professor at San Jose State University. She also served as the Artistic Director of Berkeley Ballet Theater.
 
Her approach to teaching is influenced by many facets of movement exploration, and her true love for the art form as a pure language of the soul and body. Alternate studies of somatic movement education such as The Feldenkrais Method, Body-Mind Centering, meditation, and embodied forms of psychology are of great importance to her, allowing her to enrich traditional ballet technique with an individual sense of authentic expression and kinesthetic development.

Attire:
(Girls) Black leotard, pink tights, ballet slippers. Long hair must be kept back in a neat bun & all jewelry removed.
(Boys) White T-shirt, black tights, black or white slippers.

If you have any questions about The Academy at Oakland Ballet Company, feel free to email Education Coordinator, Bat Abbit at babbit@oaklandballet.org or give us a call at 510.893.3132.