Ohman School Of Ballet-Summer Dance

"Adventures in Ballet" 2012 Summer Performance, Hofstra University

Now in its 34th year, the Ohman School of Ballet was founded by Frank Ohman, former soloist of New York City Ballet and is one of the few remaining direct links to the legendary

George Balanchine. The school opens its doors to all students who wish to study classical ballet and also serves as a training ground for promising young dancers. It is a not-for-profit, non-recital, state-of-the-art facility with 3 spacious studios with convenient location and ample parking. The school, together with its company New York Dance Theatre, presents the largest Nutcracker production on Long Island annually at Hofstra University, as well as spring/summer performance opportunities. For the very young student (beginning age 3) classes are taught by our early childhood dance education specialist. Formal ballet classes are offered at 5 levels from beginner to advanced in a nurturing atmosphere with an expert teaching staff headed up by Frank Ohman. While instilling joy and appreciation for this art form, it also builds confidence and focus in children that stays with them into adulthood. The primary goal of the Ohman School of Ballet teachers is to make each child the best dancer that he/she can be.

Summer Programs:

  • Offering Summer evening classes from July 8 - August 16 (all levels) and a
  • Summer Intensive Camp July 29 - August 9 Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
  • Camp includes ballet technique class daily, turns and jumps, pointe or pre-pointe, Pilates, Yoga, Jazz/Musical Theater, Tap, and more. Ages 8 and up

2015 OPEN HOUSES
Come visit Ohman School of Ballet to learn about our summer dance programs. Call to schedule an appointment to meet with us and learn more about about our dance programs.


Meet the Director

Frank Ohman is an internationally known dance professional, choreographer, and teacher. After three years with San Francisco Ballet, he joined the New York City Ballet in 1962. During his 22 years as a soloist with NYCB, he danced many leading roles and worked with famous choreographers. His other interests include painting and most recently he co-authored a book with Emily Berkowitz; a biography entitled, Balanchine’s Dancing Cowboy. The Frank Ohman School of Ballet located in Commck is celebrating its 36th year in teaching and its 33rd Nutcracker.