My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, North Miami Beach, FL, USA
As a parent, I am thankful that Vladimir Issaev's Arts Ballet Theatre exists. While other programs stress "fun", Arts Ballet Theatre puts serious discipline with fun as well into their programs. Many of their current staff are involved in higher education in the field of dance instruction and education at the University level. The staff at Arts Ballet Theatre definitely have the skills and training to effectively instruct children in dance. There is a window of opportunity for learning when children are young, and ballet instruction, following directions, attentive listening skills, healthy and happy play, correct posture, helps young children in their development. I was worried at first that my daughter would not be able to succeed in Ballet School. Mrs. Ruby Issaev said that the combination of music with dance has a magical effect on children and that magic helped my daughter succeed. It is a boon that Vladimir Issaev, the director of Arts Ballet is an exceptional choreographer who brings to the community wonderful ballets for the family that definitely reinforce love for the arts. Miami is fortunate to have Arts Ballet Theatre. I encourage you to read Arts Ballet Theatre's website and explore the various programs on offer. You will be impressed.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
that I am the parent of a child who has been a student of Arts Ballet and I am amazed by the skills she has acquired.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
overall grade A quality.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
professional and diligent.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
create more programs, help more children in its youth programs, help more children as part of its special needs programs, help more seniors get out and enjoy its ballet programs.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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