Ohio Conservatory of Ballet

The Ohio Conservatory of Ballet is one of the most highly prestigious ballet schools in Ohio. It was opened in 2000 by couple Inna Stabrova and Dmitriy Tuboltsev. In 2017 Ohio Conservatory of Ballet was awarded Outstanding School Award from Youth America Grand Prix. Both Inna and Dmitriy trained in Russia where they graduated from the renowned State Vaganova Ballet Academy in St. Petersburg. They have both performed in numerous principal roles all over the world, and since their start of teaching, have trained many students to go on to college levels and professional levels of dance.

Our students come from Cleveland, Akron, Green, Wooster, Canton, Ashland and Alliance Ohio to take classes from outstanding faculty that holds diploma of master degree in teaching dance: classical Ballet, pointe, character dance, baroque dance, partnering and more. During the summer session we have students from out of state taking our summer courses in Vaganova method.

  • Address:
    4858 South Main St.
    Akron, OH 44319
  • 330-497-3288
Ohio Conservatory of Ballet Gallery Videos

Chorography by Inna Stabrova, Students of Ohio Conservatory Of Ballet and SYBC inc. Spring Show 2018. number 2 on video is former Inna's student Mr. Spencer. Former Complexion Ballet dancer.

Some of the group numbers from 2016 YAGP, choreography Inna Stabrova, Dmitiry Tuboltsev

Northeast, Ohio Conservatory of Ballet (Akron Cleveland Ohio) Inna Stabrova, Dmitriy Tuboltsev

Inna Stabrova choreography 2007 Northeast Ohio, Ballet, dance studio Akron Ohio

Spring Gala 2013 Ohio Conservatory of Ballet

Youth America Grand Prix, Top 12, 2012

Ohio Conservatory of Ballet

Ohio Conservatory of Ballet

On Saturday, June 2nd, the Akron Symphony Orchestra's (ASO) string quartet and members of the Ohio Conservatory of Ballet surpised artists, gallery staff and community members with Random Acts of Culture at several locations along the Akron Artwalk in downtown Akron. The Akron Artwalk is made possible by The City of Akron and the Downtown Akron Partnership (DAP). Random Acts of Culture (RAC) performances are made possible by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Highlights from our 2011 performance of The Nutcracker

A great performance featuring our students.

Some of our advanced students showcasing their talents.