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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Ballet, Education, Scholarships, Scholarships & Student Financial Aid

Mission: The Portland Ballet is dedicated to providing the finest professional quality ballet instruction in an environment that is challenging, disciplined, rigorous, while at the same time safe, healthy, and nurturing. TPB also provides performance experience for pre-professional dancers and emerging choreographers and promotes ballet appreciation in the community through outreach and education.

Programs: Operation of the academy, provision of creative ballet, curriculum ballet, men's ballet and open ballet classes including performances showcasing the students performance skills.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Rating: 5

We started our daughter at The Portland Ballet seven years ago when she was four. We left for two years for a more convenient studio, then realized what we were missing and returned to TPB. I know several other families that have transferred in for the special place that is The Portland Ballet. The nurturing atmosphere and many opportunities to grow and perform are wonderful. But where they go above and beyond is in their outreach to the community. Their programs to introduce ballet to underserved communities and kids (like the cancer patients) who might not be otherwise able to meet a real ballerina.



Rating: 5

There are so many schools for ballet training available to the general public and so few offer the quality and care The Portland Ballet provides. This is truly a school where a child can develop a life-long love of movement and the arts, train to become a professional dancer or an educated ballet patron, or have their lives enriched through the self-discipline and careful guidance TPB teachers provide. It is a pleasure watching TPB dancers grow and develop as students, as performers, as people.