Welcome to Ballet Center of Houston, one of the Houston area’s finest dance studios, is recognized for its high-quality classical ballet instruction and dance education, offered to students aged three to eighteen. Adults with no experience and professional dancers are also welcome.
Founded in 1994 by nationally acclaimed teacher-choreographer Victoria Vittum, Ballet Center of Houston has trained students who have gone on to dance professionally with American Ballet Theatre, Miami City Ballet, Colorado Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Dayton Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Alabama Ballet,Texas Ballet Theater and other companies; or continued their dance training in college at Southern Methodist University, University of Oklahoma, University of Kansas, University of Houston and the University of Texas, to name a few.
Whether students are interested in pursuing a career in dance, or experiencing the art form, we offer the best possible training at all levels to help them grow and become more confident about themselves as dancers and people.
The 2014-2015 season will introduce a new Jazz program.  All children form the ages of 8-18 are welcome to enroll.

We encourage you to visit our facility and observe or try one of our classes.

Samples of our classes can be viewed on our YouTube Channel by following the link below, or on our main page under the Blog tab.

INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTICE:  None

Summer Hours:

Summer and Fall Registration is going on now!  Please use the link above to register online.

June 1-7 office is closed but we can be reached by email info@balletcenterofhouston.com

June 8-19 Monday-Friday office hours 8:30-4:30pm (Summer Intensive program)

June 23-July 30 Tuesday-Thursday office hours 4-9pm (Summer classes in session)

July 31-August 14 office is closed but we can be reached by email info@balletcenterofhouston.com

August 15 – Fall Season begins!

Visit our YouTube Channel.

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View this spotlight of our studio by Houston on the Move  Ballet Center of Houston on Vimeo

Ballet Center Of Houston from FMR on Vimeo.