"When the news of HB2 came out, it struck at the heart of who I am as a person and an artist. My work has always been inspired by the people and events that impact my life. At this time in our state's history, I feel a calling to speak out for our community...Read More
Keep up to date with all that is happening at the Academy at Terpsicorps, Asheville, NCs newest world class dance studio serving children through adults.
Our holiday show was such a wonderful time of celebrating....Read More
We feel very strongly that all interested students, ages 8 and up, come take one of the classes. Heather Maloy will teach a simple barre and then exercises in center that will display a range of skills that are crucial for determining the level that will be most beneficial for their development.Read More
Join us on the same outdoor stage in Pack Square Park where the Terpsicorps dancers held their rehearsals this year for FREE introductory classes. Taught by Terpsicorps' Director of Outreach, Melissa Wilson, the pre-ballet classes will be 30 minutes long and are perfect for boys and girls ages 3-6 years old.Read More
She said the reason for moving the school to Patton Avenue is simple: The rent is "exponentially cheaper" than in the River Arts District, where, like Sawyer, she rented room in the Switchyards building."Read More
In order to help you make the most informed decision about your child's dance training, the brand new Academy at Terpsicorps is holding 1 more information sessions that can help answer all your questions. Whether you want to know about faculty, performance opportunities, pricing or scholarships, we're ready to help you navigate through the process. Our website is another great resource. Take a peek to learn about our incredible faculty, pre-professional divisions, children's and adult's classes and reasonable pricing. Online registration is officially open!Read More
"The space at 1501 Patton Ave. near Sky Lanes bowling alley includes just under 5,000 square feet of space that the dancers will separate into three studios: a small space for young students, a medium studio for classes and a large space with room for an audience of 40-60 people to watch recitals and visiting professional performers.Read More