Academy of Russian Ballet

Academy of Russian Ballet

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Academy of Russian Ballet

Academy of Russian Ballet is located at 14675 Martin Dr, 114 Ste in Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55344. Academy of Russian Ballet can be contacted via phone at (612) 501-9208 for pricing, hours and directions.

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Q What is the phone number for Academy of Russian Ballet?

A The phone number for Academy of Russian Ballet is: (612) 501-9208.


Q Where is Academy of Russian Ballet located?

A Academy of Russian Ballet is located at 14675 Martin Dr, 114 Ste, Eden Prairie, MN 55344


Q How is Academy of Russian Ballet rated?

A Academy of Russian Ballet has a 4.3 Star Rating from 6 reviewers.

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Academy of Russian Ballet

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Racheal Robinson

image The only reason I chose the school was because of the reviews. I have no prior experience with traditional ballet. Now I will share my experience: From the first day I felt unwelcome.
I drove over an hour from Minneapolis to bring 6yr old daughter to her ballet lesson. I have a 20 month old daughter who I also bring. Over the course of a few months, several things happened that made us feel increasingly unwelcome. Some examples are listed below:
The waiting area is not child friendly- and there are no changing tables in the bathroom.
I was berated and targeted through an email when I brought Culver’s for dinner for my youngest child during a lesson. There is a microwave and refrigerator in the waiting area. (I am willing to share the email for those who are interested)
After My 6yr old was sent out of class crying, my 20 month old was playing with the small dollar store flowers decoration that was on waiting room table.
In the scuffle of leaving while my oldest was crying, my youngest walked out with the dollar store flower. -I didn’t even realize she had it until I was buckling her into her car seat. -
The owner literally walked behind me and opened my car door to demand the flower back. I said I am very sorry and returned the dollar tree flower.
My daughters and myself have felt very unwelcome and uncomfortable. We will not be returning.
I will take my daughter to a school who welcomes all children.
Avoid this place if you want to feel welcome.


Ayelet Shani-Seemann

image This is the 4th year my daughter is dancing with the Academy of Russian ballet. We moved here from another dance studio where she danced for a year and learned - nothing! Here's after just a few months she learned more then an entire year over there. Since then I have seen her grow and improved not only in her dance skills but also in her confidence, self esteem, discipline and even her knowledge of the classical music and the difference classical ballet which we both enjoy. They are putting on a wonderful performance of the Nutcracker every year, where the kids (girls and boys) get to experience what it means to be a part of such big production, not only as dancers but they learn about what it means to work together, see the entire show comes together. A lot of hard work but with a lot of reward as well.
If your child love to dance and want to learn what real dance is - I highly recommend checking them out. You might not see many "fancy" or "shiny" outfits there (it's pure ballet style) but you will find wonderful teachers who really care about doing things the right way and the healthy way.


Bernardine Lai Krauel

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Dori Schlampp

image My daughter has gone to The Academy of Russian Ballet for several years. It teaches the correct fundamentals and technique of classical Russian ballet, using the Vaganova method. Correct technique is stressed. There are several performances a year, and always the classic Nutcracker. My daughter is living her childhood dream!!


Abby Hoyt

image I dance here and love it!!!


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Racheal Robinson

image The only reason I chose the school was because of the reviews. I have no prior experience with traditional ballet. Now I will share my experience: From the first day I felt unwelcome.
I drove over an hour from Minneapolis to bring 6yr old daughter to her ballet lesson. I have a 20 month old daughter who I also bring. Over the course of a few months, several things happened that made us feel increasingly unwelcome. Some examples are listed below:
The waiting area is not child friendly- and there are no changing tables in the bathroom.
I was berated and targeted through an email when I brought Culver’s for dinner for my youngest child during a lesson. There is a microwave and refrigerator in the waiting area. (I am willing to share the email for those who are interested)
After My 6yr old was sent out of class crying, my 20 month old was playing with the small dollar store flowers decoration that was on waiting room table.
In the scuffle of leaving while my oldest was crying, my youngest walked out with the dollar store flower. -I didn’t even realize she had it until I was buckling her into her car seat. -
The owner literally walked behind me and opened my car door to demand the flower back. I said I am very sorry and returned the dollar tree flower.
My daughters and myself have felt very unwelcome and uncomfortable. We will not be returning.
I will take my daughter to a school who welcomes all children.
Avoid this place if you want to feel welcome.


Ayelet Shani-Seemann

image This is the 4th year my daughter is dancing with the Academy of Russian ballet. We moved here from another dance studio where she danced for a year and learned - nothing! Here's after just a few months she learned more then an entire year over there. Since then I have seen her grow and improved not only in her dance skills but also in her confidence, self esteem, discipline and even her knowledge of the classical music and the difference classical ballet which we both enjoy. They are putting on a wonderful performance of the Nutcracker every year, where the kids (girls and boys) get to experience what it means to be a part of such big production, not only as dancers but they learn about what it means to work together, see the entire show comes together. A lot of hard work but with a lot of reward as well.
If your child love to dance and want to learn what real dance is - I highly recommend checking them out. You might not see many "fancy" or "shiny" outfits there (it's pure ballet style) but you will find wonderful teachers who really care about doing things the right way and the healthy way.


Bernardine Lai Krauel

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Dori Schlampp

image My daughter has gone to The Academy of Russian Ballet for several years. It teaches the correct fundamentals and technique of classical Russian ballet, using the Vaganova method. Correct technique is stressed. There are several performances a year, and always the classic Nutcracker. My daughter is living her childhood dream!!


Abby Hoyt

image I dance here and love it!!!


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