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Order your Spring Performance DVD Today!

After seeing the footage from this year's show, we decided to extend the Spring Performance DVD order until June 23rd!\n\nClick below to watch footage from this year's show!\n\nTo order your DVD contact the School Office at pbtschool@pittsburghballet.org

PBT School Student Yoshiaki Nakano Wins Silver Medal!

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School student, Yoshiaki Nakano won the Silver Medal at the World Ballet Competition in Orlando, Florida this past weekend. \n\nYoshiaki was part of PBT School's Graduate Program this past year, and was offered a contract with our company, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre for the 2010-2011 season! \n\nCongratulations to Yoshiaki!

PBT is a Google Favorite!

We are now a Google Favorite. Less than 1% of all U.S. businesses are a Google Favorite! Visit our Google Local listing and give us a review!

Adult Open Classes

Adult Open Classes are happening now as regularly scheduled. Click below to view the class times.

Studio Renovation!

Our studios are getting brand new floors this week! All Adult classes are cancelled until Saturday June 5th. Please contact the office with any questions! pbtschool@pittsburghballet.org

Spring Performance 2010

A performance featuring more than 180 students of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School’s Student and Pre-Professional Divisions, presented on stage at the beautiful Byham Theatre in Downtown Pittsburgh.\n\nFriday, May 28th, 7:00pm – $25.50 Adults; $21.50 Children under 12\n (Additional ticket fees may apply)\n\nStudent Division students take the stage in the grand processional and in Carnival of the Animals, a work conceived and choreographed by PBTS Principal Anastasia Wovchko, with musical score by Camille Saint-Saëns and narrated by WQED Radio Personality Anna Singer.

Pittsburgh Named Most Livable City Again!

“Did you know Pittsburgh is consistently ranked among the ‘Best Places’ and the ‘Most Livable City in the U.S.’ by such notable authorities as Rand McNally's Places Rated Almanac, Forbes Magazine, The Economist, and U.S. News and World Report?\n\n"Pittsburgh has a really great cultural scene. We have a great ballet and a great symphony that travels the world and performs to packed houses, and there's a restaurant scene that's much more diverse than it ever was when I was growing up," says Wendy Hermann, director of student services for master's programs and a Pittsburgh native.

Pre-Professional Showcases 2010

A weekend of performance and creativity featuring the talented students of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School’s Pre-Professional Division, presented at Point Park University’s George Rowland White Performance Studio.\n\nFeatures students of the PBTS Pre-Professional Division in performances of new, classical, and contemporary works. Programs may include excerpts from Tarantella, Études, Flames of Paris, Le Corsaire, the Pas de Trois and Rose Adagio from Sleeping Beauty, and premieres from PBTS faculty member Alan Obuzor and renowned choreographer, Viktor Plotnikov.

Parents, students, dancers & PBT friends

Do you have a passion for the arts and love talking to new people? Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and SD&A Telemarketing are looking for enthusiastic people to sell subscriptions for the upcoming season. The telemarketing campaign will run from June through October but it is not necessary to work the entire campaign. Hours are 5-9 pm Monday through Friday and Saturday 11 am-3 pm, with a commitment of 16-24 hours each week. Telephone or sales experience preferred. The compensation is $8/hour plus commission. Must be 18 or older. Hiring immediately.

PBT School Acquires New Dorm for High School Students - Byham House

The acquired building is located at 3501 Liberty Avenue in Pittsburgh’s Lawrenceville neighborhood. The property was the former rectory for St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, which is now the Church Brew Works restaurant. The three-story 7,000 square foot building is ideal for conversion into a student dormitory. PBT\nwill renovate the facility to provide dormitory-style housing for as many as 16 high school aged students at PBT School.

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