On September 5th, 2017, we will begin classes in our new facility. SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts is proud to provide dedicated and supportive education in Dance, Theater, Music, Visual Arts, and Healing ...moreRead more
We are thrilled to have purchased a large two-story building in Webster Groves for our expansion into SkyStone Conservatory of the Arts! Dance Project Saint Louis will be the resident ...moreRead more
Moscow Ballet’s “The Great Russian Nutcracker” will return to the Fox Theatre on Wednesday, November 30th. We are proud to once again be the host studio for the St. Louis ...moreRead more
We are proud to announce that Dance Project will once again be the host studio for the St. Louis Children/Teen cast of the Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker” which is ...moreRead more
We are interested in adding Voice Instruction and Theater Arts to our 2015-2016 curriculum, and we’re looking for instructors who will be able to come to the studio to teach! ...moreRead more
This season brought us many exciting opportunities, beginning with a collaboration with Common Thread Contemporary Dance Company to perform Nutcracker excerpts at the Foundry Art Centre’s “Mommy And Me Nutcracker Tea” ...moreRead more
Art Museum Performance–Our performing ensemble will do a show about French Impressionism at the St. Louis Art Museum on June 8th as part of the museum’s Family Sundays Series and ...moreRead more
We are proud to announce that The Dancing Bear Cottage is open for business!
The Dancing Bear Cottage provides personalized and creative party experiences for children and adults at an affordable ...more
Congratulations to Common Thread Contemporary Dance Company on their remarkable performance of Uri Sands’ “ONE” at New Dance Horizons II. This beautiful piece was inspired by the life of Henrietta ...moreRead more
Recently, Dance Project students Madelyn Wansong and Ines Oulamine auditioned for several summer intensives offered by prominent dance companies in the United States.
We are proud to announce that Ines was ...more