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Help us celebrate the beauty, power and elegance of ballet.

Get involved in daily ballet class

Why not learn some moves before World Ballet Day? Watch videos from participating companies and learn the steps that will be practised in each company’s class on the day.

Show us your dancing shoes! Upload a video of you dancing along on the day and tag it with #WorldBalletDay, and your clip could be viewed by millions worldwide.

The Australian Ballet Ballet Master Tristan Message leads you through the first three exercises of class in this video with the help of dancers Nathan Brook and Sarah Thompson.

The Australian Ballet
Ballet Master Tristan Message leads you through the first three exercises of class in this video with the help of dancers Nathan Brook and Sarah Thompson.

The Royal Ballet Brian Maloney teaches five steps from barre work with Royal Ballet dancers James Hay and Meaghan Grace Hinkis.

The Royal Ballet
Brian Maloney teaches five steps from barre work with Royal Ballet dancers James Hay and Meaghan Grace Hinkis.

San Francisco Ballet Felipe Diaz teaches dancers Ludmila Bizalion, Diego Cruz, Isabella DeVivo, Esteban Hernandez, Jahna Frantziskonis and Wei Wang.

San Francisco Ballet
Felipe Diaz teaches dancers Ludmila Bizalion, Diego Cruz, Isabella DeVivo, Esteban Hernandez, Jahna Frantziskonis and Wei Wang.

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Bolshoi Ballet
Watch Ballet Master Boris Akimov practice with dancer Ana Turazashvili. (Available from Saturday 1 October)

The National Ballet of Canada Aleksandar Antonijevic takes us through the first five exercises of the class with dancers Miyoko Koyasu and Laurynas Vejalis.

The National Ballet of Canada
Aleksandar Antonijevic takes us through the first five exercises of the class with dancers Miyoko Koyasu and Laurynas Vejalis.


Join the Conversation

The day of the event you can chat with other ballet fans, while you watch the broadcast, here on worldballetday.com. You can also submit questions for the dancers or comments about the broadcast through Twitter. Just tag your posts with #worldballetday.