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How To Get Ballet Sponsorships

Ballet dancers are amazing to watch.  Theyíre light on their feet, can do leaps and jumps, and can make stories come alive through dance.  Although ballet dancers make everything look so easy, but put in tons of hours of practice in order to make that happen.  While ballet dancers donít need much sporting equipment, the shoes and costumes that they require are expensive.  Lessons can also be expensive, so it always helps if you can get sponsorship.  Below are three ideas to help you find ballet sponsorship. 

Look for scholarships

There are all types of dance schools out there, from the prestigious and exclusive to those that are less well-known, but still have exceptional dance instructors.  There are often application fees and the process can be stressful, but if you pick and choose wisely, you can end up with a full or partial scholarship to the dance school of your choice.  Look into state schools as well.  Unlike dance schools which cater exclusively to dancers, state schools have a variety of majors and therefore there is often less competition for the scholarships. 

Choreograph some routines

Chances are that there are a couple of small dance institutes around your town.  Look at local community centers or high schools and see if they need a choreographer for some of their routines.  Often dance schools need more choreographers during competition season.  High schools may often need choreographers for their musicals.  If youíre good at choreographing, chances are that they will ask you back to do more routines in the future. 

Organize dance lessons Many little children are enrolled in dance classes in grade school.  Community centers often rent out rooms.  With a little bit of advertising and flyers, you could have a couple of classes a week.  Make sure you put on a show at the end of the classes for the parents.  Parents will love to see what their children have learned in ballet class. 

If this sounds like something that interests you, consider contacting one of our sponsorship consultants to find out more information or read about our ballet sponsorship proposal plan.

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