We are finding new creative ways to keep our dancers doing what they love - Dancing!
Concert In The Park will be happening! And Fall Semester offerings will be announced as soon as possible.
Ashland Regional Ballet / Opus II Dance Studio has successfully re-opened in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the State of Ohio and City of Ashland. Summer Dance is Happening!!
Ashland Regional Ballet / Opus II Dance Studio will begin to slowly re-open our studio in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the State of Ohio and City of Ashland.
We may be temporarily closed but that doesn't mean the dancing has to stop! To help our dancers keep moving and stay in shape at home we will be offering online videos to help keep you dancing. We hope this will help. We know dancers gotta dance!
Opus II Dance Studio will be closed for 2 weeks beginning on Monday March 16th. We will re-evaluate our situation to return to classes as more information comes in. We will attempt to keep our information updated on our website, and our student bod
Here are your dance updates for March 2020.
Dancing into the Spring Semester at Opus II & Ashland Regional Ballet
Here are your dance updates for January 2020.
Here's What's Happening In December at Opus II Dance Studio and Ashland Regional Ballet
Dancers are busy with a full schedule of classes, and cast members are preparing for The Nutcracker.
Thanks for the great turn out for the 32nd Annual Choreography Showcase! Everyone who was a part of the show should be very proud of what you accomplished. Thanks for a great show and thanks to the parents and loyal fans for showing such great suppo
Thanks for the great turn out for the Nutcracker Audition! Next up - Choreography Showcase!
Sunday September 22, 2pm at Opus II Dance Studio in Ashland
As we say good bye to Summer, we are eagerly awaiting the launch of a new dancing school year!
Saturday August 24 is the Registration Deadline for the Fall Semester.
We are closed for a short end of summer break. Thanks to all who participated and provided help and support for our dancers at the Concert in the Park! It was a lovely evening.
From daily class to costume fittings the Ashland Regional Ballet and Opus II Dance Studio dancers, faculty, and staff have been working hard preparing for our Dance Concert in the Park
Ashland Regional Ballet and students of Opus II Dance Studio will present a Dance Concert in the Park at 8pm on Sunday August 11 at the Guy C. Myers Memorial Bandshell at Brookside Park in Ashland. Admission is free. Prior to the performance the Ashland Regional Ballet Board of Directors will host its annual Picnic in the Park ...
Dancers at Opus II Dance Studio & Ashland Regional Ballet celebrate Christmas in July.
Mandatory water and "fan" breaks gave our dancers the help they needed to dance through the heat wave. Summer Intensive continues next week with the addition of the 2nd session of our Special Class. It will be a very big week at Op
Ashland Regional Ballet held auditions this week for new company dancers. Congratulations to our new Apprentices who will now join the ranks of ARB. Great Job!!! We are glad you are dancing at Opus II Dance Studio!
Our Summer Dance Intensive is off to a good start with a new class of dancers donning pointe shoes for the first time (Great job, Girls!!), and our first guest teacher of the summer, Mariana Perez.
Last week our dancers wrapped up the final day of June Mini-Mester with Red, White & Blue day. We will be closed during 4th of July week with Summer Intensive beginning on July 8th! Fall Registration will begin after our July session is up and
Our first Children's Dance Camp/Class of the season was a great success with many talented children having a chance to learn ballet steps and learn about the ballet "The Firebird". They gave an informal performance on the final day for family and f
Our first Children's Dance Camp/Class of the season is off and dancing this week. The first day got off to a great start with lots of wonderful children joining the class. Ashland Regional Ballet company members help teacher Ann Marie Benshoff with the