• UNESCO Certification

    The Northern Institute of Dance's program is certified by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), ensuring a high standard of educational excellence and cultural enrichment.

  • Collaboration with Brazil Company Promodanca

    The Northern Institute of Dance has partnered with Promodanca from Brazil, led by director Mauricio, to create a unique international exchange program. This collaboration allows advanced dancers from the Northern Institute to train and perform in Brazil while bringing talented Brazilian dancers to Prince George. It enhances professional skills and fosters cross-cultural learning, enriching the global ballet community.

  • Registered Charity

    The Northern Institute of Dance, a registered charity in Prince George, BC, provides high-quality training and professional opportunities for young dancers, regardless of their financial background. The institute funds essential resources like theater rentals, costumes, and international exchange programs, promoting cultural exchange and community engagement. Through generous donations, it continues to nurture aspiring dancers and enrich the local and global dance communities.

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If you're passionate about ballet, please send us a message, and we will assist you in signing up. We offer programs starting from age 4.

Training the next generation

Dancers who have trained with us have entered world-renowned ballet schools and companies.

Recently, Nina Marom was accepted into the full-year program of the National Ballet of Canada in 2022. Moreover, Sylvie Swanson has been selected for the National Ballet School summer program in 2024. She will also represent Canada in the World Ballet competition scheduled to be held in Orlando, Florida in April 2024.

2024-2025 Season

Training the next generation

2024 Summer Program

The Northern Institute of Dance is thrilled to announce its Summer Program 2024, offering an intensive and immersive experience for aspiring dancers. This year's program features a diverse curriculum designed to enhance technical skills, artistic expression, and performance abilities. Participants will receive high-quality training from world-renowned instructors.

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June 16th at Vanier Hall

Swan Lake Suite and Mixed Program

Join us for a magical evening showcasing the beautiful Swan Lake Suite and a mix of captivating dance performances. $25 per ticket, June 16th 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm, at Vanier Hall, 2901 Griffiths Ave Prince George, BC

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Our Story

The Northern Institute of Dance (NID), located in Prince George, BC, is a prestigious ballet school dedicated to fostering professional-level dancers. NID offers high-quality training, focusing on building professional productions within the northern BC community. The institute supports dancers through various programs, including opportunities to work with the junior company Promodanca in Brazil and perform with professional dancers. Led by two professional dancers, NID combines technical excellence with a commitment to community enrichment and artistic development.

Testimonials

  • ★★★★★

    Dedicated Teachers

    “This ballet school has been monumental from day one. Constanza and Miguel pour their heart and soul into the training and performances as well as create a welcome environment for all of their students to thrive.
    Worth their weight in gold!"

    Halle Hart

  • ★★★★★

    Best decision we ever made!

    "Best decision we ever made. My daughter first started with little dance experience and has since flourished beyond our dreams in the short time that she has been there. Miguel and Constanza have created such a warm, creative and welcoming environment that makes the kids absolutely love being there."

    Kayla Woyciehouski

  • ★★★★★

    Best Training i Received!

    "Best training I received in my eleven years of dancing. They cater to every child. Amazing environment and support around the students. I am so grateful to have this kind of professional training in locally in Prince George."

    Eden Litnosky