NBS sites using technology and innovation to engage, inspire and transform through dance.
Audition locations and dates are now available. Register now to secure a spot!
This program trains students for a successful dance teaching career. In person auditions will be held January 28, 2018 in Toronto. Register now.
Experience "your encounter with grace." - Helen, Adult Ballet Student. Online registration for Term I of the 2017/18 season is open. Classes begin September 5 and end December 18.
Thank you for your amazing energy and commitment to Sharing Dance. We would love to hear from you! Please help us grow and improve by answering a few questions about Sharing Dance Day 2017.
4 Performances, 11 Countries. 21 Schools, 1 Week, April 30 – May 6
Your gift shares the benefits of dance with everyone. Discover how by reading about an innovative project uniting dancers of all ages and abilities in one incredible performance.
The Assemblée Internationale 2017 has brought students and artistic staff from 21 professional ballet schools together at Canada's National Ballet School (NBS) for an intensive seven days of classes, rehearsals, performances, forums and professional development for Artistic Directors. Keep up to date with the latest information surrounding the week-long event.
Learn about the inspiration and process behind Matjash Mrozewski's piece, I Wonder, from AI17.
Jim Robertson and Jim Scott are among NBS' most enthusiastic supporters. Read about why donating to AI 17 was the perfect fit for them.
Inara and Noelle, students at NBS reflect on their observations throughout AI.
Grade 9 student Portia discusses her first AI and what the week had in store.
Student correspondent Emily discusses her AI thus far.
NBS student Emma discusses the variety of styles portrayed in the AI opening performance.
NBS student Jessica recounts her experience watching a class during Assemblée Internationale.
The students at NBS are gaining valuable knowledge from AI17.
Grade 9 student Hamish gives a glimpse into his first day of Assemblée Internationale.
With Assemblée Internationale 2017 rapidly approaching, our student correspondent Emily reflects on her past experience with AI.