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Welcome to the Niagara Royalettes Website!

 

Welcome to the new dance year! Make sure to follow our Facebook and Instagram accounts to keep updated on all the fun we're having week to week!

We offer affordable prices that are too good to pass up! For one hour of classes, it's only $7 a week. As you add on more classes, the hourly rate decreases. See the chart below for more info. Your registration fee for signing up for classes is only $25.

Hours of Class (weekly) Weekly Rate
1 hour $7/hr
2 hours $6/hr
3 hours $5/hr
4 hours or more $4/hr

 

The Niagara Royalettes performed in the Pulaski Day Parade in Cheektowaga. Thanks to Derek Gee of the Buffalo News for capturing this great image!




**Specialized Instruction and Affordable Prices!!**

We currently offer classes in:

  • Baton Twirling
  • Tap
  • Jazz
  • Ballet
  • Pointe
  • Hip-Hop
  • Tumbling
  • Zumba┬« Fitness

Beginner to Advanced Classes for anyone from Pre-School to Adults!


The Niagara Royalettes Majorettes Baton and Dance Studio has been in existence for 40 years under the direction of Judy Evans. Judy and her staff would like to formally invite all those (including all ages, races, genders, talent levels and abilities) who are interested in the art forms known as baton twirling and dance to participate in the teachings at our studio. Baton twirling and dance create many opportunities for all those involved, including self expression, creativity, social interaction, promotion of health and wellness, and the enhancement of self-confidence. At our studio, we encourage anyone and everyone who is interested in and/or love to dance/twirl to join us and have fun sharing in these wonderful and unique art forms.

 

“To dance is to be yourself; larger, more beautiful, more powerful. This is power on earth and it is yours for the taking.” --- Agnes DeMille

 

 

Niagara Royalettes Baton and Dance Studio
118 87th Street
Niagara Falls, New York 14304
(716)283-7717

 

 

Last Updated: September 20, 2018