The Cache Valley Civic Ballet was formed in 1982 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, choreographers, designers, and musicians, and to provide education in the art of ballet. The company has a repertoire of many full length ballets which are performed in Logan, Utah's beautiful Ellen Eccles Theatre.
The Company consists of about 50 auditioned dancers from the region. Company members must audition annually. The Junior Company consists of dancers from age 10 to 14. The Senior Company has dancers ages 15 and above who have achieved greater performing ability.
Additional parts in The Nutcracker and other ballets are filled through public auditions. Many people in the community have filled roles as children, adults, and character parts.
The CVCB Company is a civic organization, open to all serious ballet dancers from any school. Students interested in performing with the CVCB in upcoming productions are encouraged to audition.
The Cache Valley Civic Ballet-School is the official school of the Cache Valley Civic Ballet-Company. It has been open since 1986. The School offers qualified training in classical ballet to members of the community of all ages and skill levels. The School combines a dedication to ballet and a love of children to provide excellent training and a positive experience.
Cache Valley Civic Ballet-School's students have been accepted by many professional ballet companies and university dance programs, including Ballet West, Atlanta Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet, Houston Ballet, Austin Ballet, Boston Ballet, American School of Ballet, International Summer School Italia, Joffrey Ballet, Ballet Hawaii, University of Utah, Southern Utah University, Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University, Utah State University, University of Wyoming, and more.