The Indianapolis School of Ballet is proud to offer its Young Men’s Scholarship Program to male dancers of all backgrounds, ages, and abilities. We are delighted to work with young men of all interest levels, from those just discovering ballet to those on a professional track.
We are committed to advancing both professional ballet and dance education in the Indianapolis community. By providing tuition-free dance training to young men, the Indianapolis School of Ballet hopes to make the exploration of dance affordable, attract diverse talent, and expose new audiences to the art form.
The Young Men’s Scholarship Program provides instruction based on the classical teachings of George Balanchine in an environment designed for the continual physical, intellectual, emotional, and artistic growth of all dancers.
Young men in the program will take instruction from Indiana’s premier group of dance faculty, including IB Ballet Master Paul Vitali and IB Founding Member Chris Lingner.
Through the discipline and artistic expression of ballet, our dancers develop artistic abilities, like self-expression, and athletic abilities, such as balance, flexibility, and strength. Our dancers also emerge from the program with a heightened sense of self, confidence, and character.
Pre-Professional Level (1-8) Program | Students ages 7-18
Professional Level Program (PLP) | Students ages 16+
Parents and dancers interested in seeking more information regarding our Young Men’s Scholarship Program are asked to contact Paul Vitali at 317-955-7525 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indianapolis Ballet is a non-profit organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religious creed, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or national origin.