Programs

Programs in the Children’s Division, Youth Division and Adult Open Division are offered year-round. The Pre-Professional Division and Trainee Program take place during the academic-year only. The summer intensives and summer camps are offered in the summer only.

The schedule of classes for all divisions, except Trainee Program, is intended to accommodate the academic schedules of our students. Classes for year-round programs are generally held in the evenings and require a year-long commitment. Adult Open Division classes are on a drop-in basis and do not require pre-registration.

For information for our international students visit our International FAQ page.

 

The Joffrey Academy of Dance is always looking for experienced, talented faculty members with strong classical ballet backgrounds interested in teaching in the Children’s, Youth, Pre-Professional and Adult divisions. Interested candidates – please send a resume and cover letter to reception [at] joffrey [dot] org  

 

Programs/Divisions

Studio Company

The Joffrey Studio Company is a scholarship program of the Joffrey Academy of Dance, Official School of The Joffrey Ballet. The Joffrey Studio Company consists of up to 10 outstanding students selected by the Joffrey Ballet Artistic Director and Head of Studio Company and Trainee Program. Joffrey Studio Company participants will train alongside dancers in the Trainee Program of the Academy and participate in daily classes Monday through Saturday. Led by Ashley Wheater and Raymond Rodriguez, the Joffrey Studio Company will be taught and rehearsed by Academy Faculty, Academy Directors, and the Joffrey Artistic Staff.

 

Students in the Joffrey Studio Company will have the opportunity to be selected to perform with the main company at the Auditorium Theatre, as well as perform in the Academy’s performance series at Joffrey Tower and additional opportunities around Chicago.

 

The Joffrey Studio Company and Trainees have successfully performed on some of the most prestigious stages, including Lincoln Center in NY, Auditorium Theatre, Harris Theater, Cadillac Palace and MCA in Chicago, Music Hall in LA, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as well in the collaborations with the Chicago Symphony and with the Cleveland Orchestra. 

 

The individualized training and performance opportunities provided by the Joffrey Studio Company offers students unique insight into the life of a professional dancer, assisting students in preparation for a professional career in dance and helping them expand their technique and artistry.

 

Selection for the Joffrey Studio Company is by audition only. Students may be asked to join the Trainee Program in the Academy for one to two years prior to being selected for the Joffrey Studio Company, or may be asked to join the Joffrey Studio Company from an Academy audition.  

 

International students, visit our International FAQ page.

Trainee Program

Approximately 17-21

The Joffrey Academy Trainee Program is a one to two year program for students ages 17 and older who are preparing for a professional dance career. Students are selected to participate in the Trainee Program by invitation from The Joffrey Ballet Artistic Director, Ashley Wheater, and the Head of Studio Company and Trainee Program, Raymond Rodriguez. The Trainee Program is a rigorous program in which students train in ballet and other dance disciplines. Trainees rehearse and perform classical and contemporary works from The Joffrey Ballet’s extensive repertoire and have the opportunity to work with world-renowned guest choreographers.

 

Graduates of the Trainee Program have found positions with professional dance companies dancing successfully with The Joffrey Ballet, American Ballet Theater, New York City Ballet, Staatsballett Berlin, Dresden Semperoper,  Estonian National Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Complexions, Cincinnati Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Atlanta Ballet, Milwaukee Ballet, Memphis Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, Texas Ballet Theatre, BalletMet, North Carolina Dance Theatre, Pittsburg Ballet Theatre, Polish National Ballet, Slovak National Ballet, Ballet West, Royal New Zealand Ballet, Alabama Ballet, Ballet Austin, Ballet Nebraska, Oklahoma City Ballet, Colorado Ballet, and more.

 

The Joffrey Studio Company and Trainees have successfully performed on some of the most prestigious stages, including Lincoln Center in NY, Auditorium Theatre, Harris Theater, Cadillac Palace and MCA in Chicago, Music Hall in LA, The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as well in the collaborations with the Chicago Symphony and with the Cleveland Orchestra. 

 

The personal attention and guidance by Joffrey Academy Faculty will help prepare each student for his/her dance future. Trainees who are invited back for a second year and complete two consecutive years of study in this program will receive a certificate of training upon completion of their second year.

 

Trainee Program Auditions

Admission into the Trainee Program is by audition only. Auditions for the Trainee Program are held during the Summer Intensive Audition Tour, with the possibility of a second audition in early spring. Students interested in the program after the scheduled auditions have passed should contact Joffrey Academy Reception (reception [at] joffrey [dot] org).

 

Performing Opportunities

A Fall Production, a Spring Production, and a year-end presentation are performed in the Black Box Theater at Joffrey Tower. Additionally, Trainees perform world premiere works choreographed by the winners of the annual Winning Works Choreographic Competition. Trainees may also be selected to perform in The Joffrey Ballet's season at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, including the Joffrey Ballet's annual Gala performance.

 

Past productions have included The Blue Bird of Happiness, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and Coppélia, performed in the Black Box Theater at Joffrey Tower, the city of Chicago's Classics in the Park, performed at the South Shore Cultural Center, Firebird, performed with Chicago Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra and Nutcracker Suite, performed with the Cleveland Orchestra. Other exciting opportunities included an apprentice exchange program with Semperoper Dresden (Dresden Ballet) and Palucca School (Germany) and an exchange program with the Royal Danish Ballet and American Academy of Dance in Paris (France).


International students

The Joffrey Academy is now offering M1 visas for international students. To learn more, please visit our International FAQ page.


“This program allowed me the opportunity to transition from a student mentality into more of a professional mentality, largely due to the professional manner in which we were treated throughout the year. Not only was the training successful in improving strength and clarifying technique, but the approach taught me to embrace the artist aspects of dance which my dancing lacked.” - 2009-2010 Trainee

Pre-Professional Program

Approximately 10-18

The Pre-Professional Division at the Joffrey Academy of Dance is designed to meet the highest artistic standards. Led by Karin Ellis-Wentz, Head of Pre-Professional Programs, the artistic staff trains dancers to develop a strong foundation in classical ballet. With the discipline and confidence cultivated at the Joffrey Academy, students can pursue careers as professional dancers, or find success in other fields. As part of the Pre-Professional Division, students participate in a full schedule of evening dance classes, and perform in the Joffrey Academy’s annual Fall and Spring productions. Past productions have included The Blue Bird of Happiness, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Coppélia.


Audition

Placement in the Pre-Professional Division is by audition only. Students are encouraged to attend the International Audition Tour and audition during the Summer Intensives. If you are not able to attend the Audition Tour, the Joffrey Academy accepts video auditions. In-class auditions during the Academic year are available at the discretion of the Artistic Team. 

Audition Information

Audition Dates

 

Schedule and Important Dates

2016-2017 Pre-Professional Division Schedule

First Semester: September 6, 2016 - January 22, 2017

Second Semester: January 23 – June 4, 2017

 

Pre-Professional Program Packet

Click here to download our 2016-2017 Program Packet!

 

Required Class Attire

Joffrey Academy’s dress code is designed to encourage unity, discipline, and improved concentration among our students. All students in Pre-Pro III – VI and Trainees are required to wear the assigned Motionwear leotard in the color assigned to their level. The teacher may ask a student to sit and observe class if they are not in the correct attire.

Ballet, Pointe & Repertoire (Levels III – VI)

Women

Motionwear pinch front camisole leotard in required color (listed below) silkskyn, style 2516

White  ¾” hip alignment belt or ¾” elastic

Bloch Adaptatoe convertible tights in pink (PNK), style T1935L or Body Wrappers convertible tights in theatrical pink (TPK), style A31

Body Wrappers black chiffon wrap skirt,style P981

Pink canvas split sole ballet slippers

Pink pointe shoes.


Men

Body Wrappers short sleeve "snug-fit" pullover tshirt in white, style M400

Body Wrappers convertible tights in slate gray, style M92

Thin white ballet socks

White ballet slippers

Nude dance belt


Jazz (Levels III – VI): Black jazz shoes

Modern (Levels V – VI): Bare feet

Character (Levels IV – VI): Women: Black character shoes in 1.5" heel, Natalie black character skirt (below the knee), style N8108 or Body Wrappers black circle skirt (below the knee), style 511


Leotard Colors by Level:

Level III: Maroon

Level IV: Hunter Green

Level V: Royal Blue

Level VI: Perfect Plum


Required Performance Attire (Levels III – VI)

Women: Motionwear black camisole leotard (style 2516), nude camisole leotard, nude trunks, Bloch Adaptatoe convertible tights in pink (style T1935L) or Body Wrappers convertible tights in theatrical pink (style A31), pink ballet slippers, pink pointe shoes


Men: Body Wrappers black and white fitted tshirts (style M400), M. Stevens white and black tights (style 1099) or Body Wrappers black and white tights (style M92), white and black ballet slippers, nude dance belt

 

Additional Dress Code Guidelines

  • Uniforms should be kept clean and neat. Dancewear is to be kept laundered and in good repair. Holes and frayed edges must be mended. 
  • Warm-up attire may not be worn during class, including shirts, legwarmers, skirts, etc.
  • Jewelry should be minimal: only small earrings at the teachers' discretion. No watches or bracelets.
  • Shoes should be neatly sewn with like color thread. No safety pins.
  • Hair should be pulled up securely in a neat bun. No large hair accessories please.
  • Please mark clothing, shoes and dance bags with the student’s name and class level.
  • Dance shoes should never be worn outside the building.


Dancewear Stores

Allegro Dance Boutique 
2114 Central Street 
Evanston, IL 60201

847.733.8460

and

104 S. Cook Street

Barrington, IL 60010 

847.277.1009


Motion Unlimited 
218 S. Wabash, Suite 270 
Chicago IL, 60601 
312.922.3330

Discount Dance Supply 
800.328.7107 
www.discountdance.com


Class Etiquette

Pre-Professional students further develop discipline and respectfulness in the classroom by actively practicing these student expectations.


Summer Intensives

approximately 7-21

Summer Intensive Audition Tour 

The 2017 International Audition Tour dates are now available! To audition for Joffrey Summer Intensive Programs in person, come to one of our Audition Cities, or submit a Video Audition. For more information, visit our Audition Tour webpage.


Online registration is now open for the 2017 International Audition Tour! Register here.

 

Additional Information

 

General Audition Information

Admission into the International and Junior Summer Dance Intensives, Dance Lab, Studio Company and Trainee Program is by audition only. Summer Intensive auditions are open to all students ages 7 to 21+. Click the Auditions link for more information!

 

"Thank you for giving my daughter an irreplaceable gift, hours of dance under the guidance of true artists who showed daily that they believed in these young dancers. She has come away from Joffrey with more fire in heart to become a professional dancer someday. Joffrey has placed her one step closer.” - Parent of a 2013 program participant

 

“This was by far the best intensive my daughter has attended. The quality of the instruction was terrific, and the accommodations and food services were also good.” - Parent of a program participant

Summer Camps

Children's, Junior, Youth and Teen Dance Camps

Summer Camp Registration will open on February 1, 2017

Register online: https://online.spectrumng.net/Joffrey

*Please note – Our online system is currently experiencing issues for those using google chrome. It is recommended that you use a different internet browser or clear your google chrome history before registering. Below is a link with instructions on how to clear your google chrome history. 

http://www.refreshyourcache.com/en/chrome-27/ 

 

Children's Camp
Dates TBA

Enroll your child in a fun-filled week of  creative movement. Camps include one hour of engaging activities such as mime, music, costumes and props. There will be a final in-studio presentation for the parents on the last day of camp.

Tuition: TBA
Registration Fee: TBA

Creative Movement (Ages 3-4) 

Pre-Ballet (Ages 5-6) 

 

Junior, Youth and Teen Camps

These one week camps are fun, educational and challenging for young dancers. Ranging from Ballet to Hip Hop, each class will be engaging, aerobic and recreational. Families will have the chance to see a final presentation on the last day of camp.

Tuition: TBA
Registration Fee: TBA

Junior Camp (Ages 7-8)

Youth Camp (Ages 9-12) 

Teen Camp (Ages 13-16)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children's Division

Approximately 3-9

At the Joffrey Academy of Dance, nurturing a love of dance at a young age sparks a true passion for the art form. The Children’s Division builds a strong dance foundation by focusing on correct posture, placement, discipline, coordination, strength, flexibility and musicality.

 

Schedules

Fall Semester: September 6, 2016 - January 22, 2017

Children's Division Fall Semester Schedule

Spring Semester: January 23 - June 4, 2017

Children's Division Spring Semester Schedule Coming in December!

 

Placement

The Joffrey Academy Faculty evaluates and places student in the appropriate level based on age and ability. Students are continually evaluated throughout the year and placement is at the discretion of the Joffrey Academy Faculty.

 

Registration

Fall Semester Registration is currently closed. All students interested in registering for classes should do so for the Spring Semester, which begins on January 23, 2017.

Register here: https://online.spectrumng.net/Joffrey

To register, you will need to know your login credentials or create a guest account (new students only). Contact reception [at] joffrey [dot] org with login questions.


Spring Semester Priority Registration (for current students) will follow the staggered schedule below:

 

Wednesday January 4 at 10:00AM CST

Toddler & Me, Creative Movement I, Creative Movement II, Little Movers: Boys’ Dance

Thursday January 5 at 10:00AM CST

Pre-Ballet I, Pre-Ballet II, Children’s Ballet I

Friday January 6 at 10:00AM CST

Ballet IIB, Ballet IIA, Children’s Jazz

 

Spring Semester Registration (for new students): Tuesday January 11 at 10:00AM CST

 

The Joffrey Academy strongly recommends that registration be completed online.

 

Attire

Toddler & Me
Girls Required: Solid pink leotard, pink footed tights and pink ballet slippers. NO skirts.
Parent: Comfortable clothes that allow movement.

Creative Movement – Pre Ballet
Girls Required: Solid pink leotard, pink footed tights and pink ballet slippers. Recommended: Mirella camisole leotard style M207C and Canvas split sole ballet slippers.
Boys Required: White fitted t-shirt, black shorts, white socks and white ballet slippers.

Little Movers: Boys’ Dance
Boys Required: White fitted t-shirt, black shorts, white socks and white ballet slippers.

Ballet I
Girls Required: Pink camisole leotard, ¾” hip alignment belt or ¾” elastic, pink footed tights and pink ballet slippers.
Recommended: Mirella leotard style M207C, Canvas split sole ballet slippers.
Boys Required: White fitted t-shirt, black shorts, white socks and white ballet slippers.

Ballet II
Girls Required: Light Blue camisole leotard, ¾” hip alignment belt or ¾” elastic, pink footed tights and pink ballet slippers.
Recommended: Mirella leotard style M207C, Canvas split sole ballet slippers.
Boys Required: White fitted t-shirt, black shorts, white socks and white ballet slippers.

Children’s Jazz I 
Girls Required: Solid colored camisole leotard and black jazz shoes. Optional fitted black dance shorts or jazz pants.
Boys Required: Solid color fitted t-shirt, black shorts/jazz pants, and black jazz shoes. 

Youth Division

Approximately 9-16

The Youth Division at the Joffrey Academy of Dance brings high-quality, Joffrey training to students at all levels in a variety of disciplines. Beginning students can discover their passion for dance, while intermediate and advanced students can enhance their training. Students from the Youth Division may have the opportunity to advance to the Pre-Professional Division by audition.


Youth Division ballet classes are geared for ages of approximately 9-17 years old.

 

Schedules

Fall Semester: September 6, 2016 - January 22, 2017

Youth Division Fall Semester Schedule

Spring Semester: January 23 - June 4, 2017

Youth Division Spring Semester Schedule Coming in December!

 

Registration

Fall Semester Registration is currently closed. All students interested in registering for classes should do so for the Spring Semester, which begins on January 23, 2017.

Register here: https://online.spectrumng.net/Joffrey

To register, you will need to know your login credentials or create a guest account (new students only). Contact reception [at] joffrey [dot] org with login questions.

 

Spring Semester Priority Registration (for current Youth students):

Friday January 6 at 10:00AM CST


Spring Semester Registration (for new Youth students):

Tuesday January 11 at 10:00AM CST 

 

The Joffrey Academy strongly recommends that registration be completed online.

 

Youth Pre-Pointe and Pointe Placement Class and Registration: Students interested in being approved for Pre-Pointe or Pointe should attend a placement ballet class. Please fill out a Trial Class Form and bring it with you to the placement class. Students wishing to take Pre-Pointe or Pointe must register for 2 Youth ballet classes per week, including the Youth Ballet class immediately preceding the Pre-Pointe or Pointe class. 

When enrolling, these classes will appear together as one line item during the registration process. Note that the second ballet class will have to be added separately.


Attire

Ballet

Girls Required: Black leotard, pink tights that cover the feet, pink ballet slippers Recommended: Mirella leotard M207 (either Child or Adult size) or Motionwear style 2516, Canvas split sole ballet slippers

Boys Required: White fitted t-shirt, black shorts and/or black tights, black shoes

Jazz

Girls Required: Solid colored leotard, black jazz pants, black jazz shoes

Boys Required: Solid colored shirt, black jazz pants, black jazz shoes

Classical Modern Duncan / Contemporary

Girls Required: Solid colored leotard, black footless/convertible tights

Boys Required: Solid colored shirt, black shorts

Hip Hop

Girls/Boys Required: comfortable, form fitting clothing, clean sneakers


Adult Open Division

15 and up


The Adult Open Division is designed for adult dancers of all ages and abilities. Whether a student has years of dance experience or wants to learn dance for the first time, the Academy has the perfect class. All classes are fun, educational, and challenging for working professionals and others interested in dance. The drop-in schedule allows for flexibility and variety, offering a great workout to relieve daily stress.

 

Fall Semester: September 6, 2016- January 22, 2017

Adult Open Division Fall Semester Schedule

 

Holiday Schedule

The Joffrey Academy of Dance will be closed the following dates:

Saturday, December 24

Sunday, December 25

Monday, December 26

Saturday, December 31

Sunday, January 1

Monday, January 2

 

New! Special Advanced Classes

Special Advanced classes taught by Academy faculty will be offered throughout the holiday season in addition to regularly scheduled Adult Classes.

These classes are best suited for Joffrey Studio Company, Trainee, Pre-Professional Levels IV, V, and IV, Youth Ballet IV, and Advanced Adult students.

 

December 19        Ballet                    10:00-11:30 AM            Kyle Seguin

December 21        Ballet                    10:00-11:30 AM            Raymond Rodriguez

December 23        Ballet                    10:00-11:30 AM            Raymond Rodriguez

December 28        Ballet                    10:00-11:30 AM            Karin Ellis-Wentz

December 28        Contemporary        11:30 AM-1:00 PM        Brandon DiCriscio

December 30        Ballet                    10:00-11:30 AM            Kyle Seguin

December 30        Contemporary        11:30 AM-1:00 PM        Brandon DiCriscio

 

Class Prices 

Drop-in Class: $15.00
Professional Drop-in Class*: $10.00
College Student Drop-in Class*: $12.00
10 Class Card: $140.00
Professional 10 Class Card*: $90.00
College Student 10 Class Card*: $120.00

Enrollment-based classes** 
6-week session: $85.00

8-week session: $110 

Enrollment classes cannot be pro-rated if student enrolls after the first week of classes. 

* Must present a valid student ID, union card, letter of verification on letterheard from the institute of employment, or a CPS ID to be eligible

**Intro to Pointe and Classical Modern Repertoire are not drop-in classes. Students must register for the full session. Students must be approved for Intro to Pointe. Approval forms are available at Reception.

 

10 Class Cards

Class Cards are only valid during the semester in which they are purchased. No extensions or refunds will be issued for unused classes.

 

Drop-in Classes

Drop-in classes do not require pre-registration or enrollment. Students may begin at any time during the semester, and take a drop-in class of their choice. This allows the adult student flexibility with their schedule and variety in their dance lessons. Unless otherwise marked as an enrollment class, Adult Division classes are drop-in. Join us at any time throughout the semester for a drop-in class! 

 

Enrollment-Based Classes

Fall Semester Enrollment-Based Classes 

Intro to Pointe *Teacher’s approval required*

Mondays Session 1: 9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, 11/7 (no class 10/31)

Mondays Session 2: 11/14, 11/21, 11/28, 12/5, 12/12, 12/19, 1/9, 1/16 (no classes 12/26 or 1/2)

 

This 8-week series guides students through pre-pointe preparation and basic beginning pointe work. For the safety of the students, it is mandatory that they take two ballet technique classes a week, including the Intermediate Ballet class immediately preceding Pointe.The instructor will need to approve students' enrollment in pointe during the Monday technique class. Please pick up an approval form from Reception.

 

Classical Modern Duncan Repertoire

Saturdays Session 1: 9/17, 9/24, 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22

Saturdays Session 2: 11/15, 11/12, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17 (no class 11/26)

Students will learn original and re-staged choreography of Isadora Duncan during a 6-week series. Students are required to take the weekly Classical Duncan Modern Technique class prior to the Repertoire class.


About Intro to Pointe and Classical Modern Duncan Repertoire Registration:

Intro to Pointe and Classical Modern Duncan Repertoire are enrollment based classes, not drop-in classes. Students must be approved for Intro to Pointe prior to registering. Classical Duncan Modern Repertoire does not require prior approval.

Enrollment is open for Adult Division enrollment-based classes. Students may enroll at Reception. Registration is available until each class is full (capacity: 16 students). The class is filled on a first come, first served basis. Classes cannot be pro-rated if student enrolls after the first week of classes. 


Adult Division Recommended Attire and Shoes

In general, close-fitting clothing that allows the dancer to feel comfortable and allows for proper instruction is recommended. Some prefer to wear a leotard and dance tights, dance shorts or a dance skirt, however this is not required. No costumes or tutus please.


Ballet, Keep Fit Ballet- Ballet shoes or socks

BeMoved- Socks, ballet shoes, or jazz shoes

Classical Modern, Pilates, Yoga - Socks or bare feet

Hip Hop- Sneakers or jazz shoes - no street shoes in the studios please

Jazz- Jazz shoes, ballet shoes, or socks


Studio Late Policy

Our classes require a proper warm up in order to avoid injury, therefore, either Reception or Faculty may ask students to not participate if they arrive more than 10 minutes late. 

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Master Classes

The Joffrey Academy of Dance offers master classes throughout the year in a variety of dance styles. Classes are offered for all ages and levels from beginner to advanced.


Whether you are visiting Chicago for vacation, business, or bringing a group of students to the Windy City, there’s something for everyone at the Joffrey Academy of Dance. The Academy offers drop-in classes for adults of all abilities as well as master classes for dancers of all ages. Classes offered include ballet, modern, contemporary, and more! Enjoy a fun and educational experience at our state-of-the art studios in Joffrey Tower home of The Joffrey Ballet.


Groups wishing to take a class at the Joffrey Academy of Dance can request a master class taught by one of our talented Faculty members by filling out the Master Class Request Form. Information about pricing can be found on the form. 

  

Past Master Classes

Master Class with Christopher Saunders, Senior Ballet Master of The Royal Ballet

Hip Hop Master Class with Dantriell Houston

Michael Clark Co. Workshop

Master Class with David Hallberg

Bollywood Master Class

African Dance on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Don Quixote Master Class

Classical Modern Duncan Dance 

 

Content

Programs in the Children’s Division, Youth Division and Adult Open Division are offered year-round. The Pre-Professional Division and Trainee Program take place during the academic-year only. The summer intensives and summer camps are offered in the summer only.

The schedule of classes for all divisions, except Trainee Program, is intended to accommodate the academic schedules of our students. Classes for year-round programs are generally held in the evenings and require a year-long commitment. Adult Open Division classes are on a drop-in basis and do not require pre-registration.

For information for our international students visit our International FAQ page.

 

The Joffrey Academy of Dance is always looking for experienced, talented faculty members with strong classical ballet backgrounds interested in teaching in the Children’s, Youth, Pre-Professional and Adult divisions. Interested candidates – please send a resume and cover letter to reception [at] joffrey [dot] org  

 

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Joffrey Academy of Dance, Official School of The Joffrey Ballet, is the only training program owned, operated or endorsed by The Joffrey Ballet. The Joffrey Ballet is not affiliated with any other dance training or school program, including the Joffrey Ballet School in New York. The Joffrey Academy, located in the Exelon Education Center at Joffrey Tower in Chicago, Illinois is the only school that follows the organizational mission, training syllabi, and artistic vision of The Joffrey Ballet. No other program, including those holding the Joffrey name, is sanctioned by The Joffrey Ballet. For more information, please contact Academy Reception at 312.784.4600.