CVCB Company Information



The Company Welcome Meeting for all company members and parents is on Sept. 16 at 11:30 AM in the Whittier Gym.  We will give you all the information you will need about being in company.  As part of the meeting, we will be having an Opening Social with light refreshments.  Company Classes will also start on this day, Junior at 10 am and Senior at 1 pm. 

Before the Welcome Meeting, please complete the following:

  1. Read the company contract
  2. Complete the Contact Information Form
  3. Pay your $280 Company Dues. You will receive an email invoice for the dues.

Parents of company members are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting as well. New members will be required to purchase a performance make-up kit. Make-up orders will also be available for any company members needing additional make-up items or kits. Company warm-ups will be available to order. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the welcome meeting.

We look forward to a fabulous year with the Cache Valley Civic Ballet Company!

Important Dates

Sep 9        Ballet Buddies Company Party 9 - 10 am @ Whittier
Sep 16      Company Classes Begin (Junior 10 am, Senior 12:30 pm)
Sep 16       Welcome Meeting - 11:30 am
Oct 28       Photo Day - 9 am Junior - 10 am Senior
Nov 22.      Nutcracker Photo Day - 3 pm @ Eccles
Nov 24-27 Nutcracker
Dec 9.        Sugar Plum Tea - CVSB
Dec 15       Master Class

Jan 8         Spring Semester Starts - CVSB
Mar 23-24 Sleeping Beauty
Mar 31       No Company Class (Spring Break)
May 11       Choreographer's Showcase
May 12      Year-End Performance
May 17      Company Banquet
June 4      Summer Intensive
Oct 26-27 Dracula


The mission of the Cache Valley Civic Ballet is to promote the study of ballet as a fine art, to offer qualified training in ballet and advancement of professional ability, to provide a medium for the development of dancers, and to provide education in the art of ballet.
Depending on available funding, the Cache Valley Civic Ballet (CVCB) offers various scholarships each year (full or partial). Scholarships are made possible by grant funding, donations, or performance revenue. Scholarships will be targeted towards recruiting, retention, and diversifying the company, as well as providing opportunities to company members who would not otherwise be able to participate. All company members are eligible to apply. Basic criteria used by the CVCB Scholarship Committee in awarding scholarships to company members are as follows (the company member must meet one or all of the criteria for consideration of any scholarship):
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A dancer that demonstrates dedication to the art of ballet and/or the CVCB.
A dancer that demonstrates promise in the art and/or to the CVCB.
A dancer that diversifies the CVCB Company.
A dancer that the CVCB would like to retain or recruit.
A dancer that has extenuating circumstances.

To apply for a scholarship, please fill out the PDF application below and email it to





Here are important forms that you will need as a company member. Please bring these to the company welcome meeting.

Make-up Order Form

Medical / Liability Release Form

Media Release Form

Outside Training

The CVCB encourages it's dancers to take advantage of training opportunities to further their dancing education. Below are links to summer intensives, master classes, and other education in our area.

Snowy Range Summer Dance Festival

Ballet West Summer Workshops

Ballet West Summer Intensives

Joffrey Ballet School Summer Intensive

University of Utah School of Dance

BYU Dance Camps