Ace Ensemble

The Ensemble Program is designed to give students additional performance opportunities throughout the year. We are a loving and supportive community of dancers, parents, and faculty. Dancers cast into the Ensemble are required to take multiple classes during the week and attend weekly rehearsal to bring their dance training to the next level. Ensemble performers also represent Ace Dance Academy as positive role models throughout the community. Placement and casting into the Ensemble is by audition only and at the discretion of the directors. The Ace Ensemble includes our thriving Solo/Duo/Trio Program as well as the Pre-Professional Program for dancers who wish to focus on a specific goal of professional dance training. Auditions take place each year in the spring. Our greater dance community is striving to provide many types of opportunities at this time, including in-person, virtual live stream, and video submissions. We are thrilled to continue with a fun-filled Ensemble Program in our ever-changing world!


Ace Ensemble 2021-2022 Info - PDF


21-22 Performances & Events


Sept 18      Walnut Festival Twilight Parade & Party

Nov 12       Dupree SDT Auditions (2:00-3:00p)

Nov            Outreach Performance Willows (TBD)

Dec 11        Ace Holiday Party             


Jan             Adjudication Day (Date TBD)

Feb 18-20  Dupree Dance Convention/Competition - Hyatt Regency SF Airport, Burlingame, CA (Please book your hotel reservation for this weekend now. Rooms fill fast!)

Feb 25-27  The Movement Competition - Dublin High School, Dublin, CA

May 6-8      Spotlight Dance Cup competition – Location TBD

July 21-23   Summertime Spectacular - Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL (OPTIONAL)
                   Showcase: Ages 7+
                   Parade: Ages 10+
                   Minimum of 10 Dancers

Write all dates in your calendar! Be sure to include the rehearsal directly prior to a performance as a MANDATORY rehearsal.



To dance is to be out of yourself.
Larger, more beautiful, more powerful.

~Agnes De Mille