After 2020’s virtual end-of-year performances, studio owner Chasta Hamilton decided to go big with her recital plans this year. The result: A three-day event run like an outdoor music festival, complete with 14 shows, plus concessions and festivities.
Last winter, Ballet Academy of Pittsburgh made the bold decision to postpone its annual Nutcracker. The result: an out-of-season (but no less festive) production with fewer COVID restrictions and some unexpected benefits.
Should the availability of vaccines (most recently for 12- to 15-year-olds) and new mask guidance from the CDC change anything for your studio? Yes and no.
Master classes at local studios have taken on new importance as conventions and intensives continue to be limited. Here’s how to make sure your program serves your students—and has sound business backing.
Everybody wins when a dance photographer partners with a dance retailer to offer local studios a revenue opportunity. Get inspired by Artistry Reimagined’s creative concept.
After the mostly unprofitable virtual and distanced recitals of 2020, 2021 is the year to make up for lost revenue with these clever, studio-owner–approved tips.
A savvy social media strategy for your recital can boost ticket sales, arm studio families with essential information—and maybe even pay off in new fall enrollment.
An unlikely alliance involving 4 competing studios is helping them stay the course through COVID-19 and beyond.
This year, studio owners will get another crack at planning pandemic recitals. Use these 6 tips to do so on a budget, so you don’t have to sacrifice profitability.
A scholarship program can allow you to keep financially struggling families in the fold. Here’s how to create one without compromising on revenue.