Virtual ballet lessons with New York City Ballet company members are available now on the SPAC Learning Library. Engage your students in our Virtual Dance Lab! Lessons are available for all experience levels.VISIT THE VIRTUAL DANCE LAB
The Ballet in Fifth program brings New York City Ballet dancers to the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs where fifth grade students join them for an interactive ballet class and tour of the museum. This program introduces students to the classical art form, teaches them about an upcoming ballet performance at SPAC, and offers each student a free ticket to the selected performance during SPAC’s classical season. All students that attend the ticketed performance and complete the Ballet in Fifth program will receive a free Student Lawn Pass.
WHAT IS A STUDENT LAWN PASS?
A Student Lawn Pass grants the student, and an accompanying adult, free lawn admission to all ballet and orchestra performances at SPAC until their projected year of graduation from High School (excluding the annual Ballet Gala fundraiser). Please check our classical season calendar for scheduled dates and performance times.
When using your pass, there is no need to visit the SPAC box office. Simply walk right up to an entry gate before a ballet or orchestra performance (specified above), show the gate attendants your pass, and they will admit you onto the SPAC grounds.
INTERESTED IN THE BALLET IN FIFTH PROGRAM?
If you are a school teacher, principal, or administrator, and you’re interested in the Ballet in Fifth program, please contact SPAC’s Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone 518-584-9330, or fill out the form below.