We believe that the Arts benefit a child's development immeasurably

Wasatch Arts Center is a professional school of dance and music providing an environment rich in artistic expression and talent. We have provided quality education in both dance and music for the past decade. We emphasize the importance of learning proper technique in a wholesome, family friendly atmosphere without the pressures of competitions or immodest dress or movement. Each child excels through learning and growing in the performing arts. Give your child the opportunity to grow in our nurturing and wholesome environment!

  • "The director and dance teachers at Wasatch Arts Center are professional, knowledgeable and concerned about training students correctly."
    Amy, West Jordan
  • "I am very impressed with how much my two daughters have learned in a short amount of time. My girls have danced at a few other studios, and WAC is by far their favorite. "
    Nikole, Riverton
  • "I trust Wasatch Arts! I appreciate their dedication to providing my daughter quality dance instruction, in an uplifting and positive dance environment. Their studio is welcoming and feels like a family."
    Jodi, Riverton
  • "We appreciate the modest costumes, professional staff, and recitals that are on par with any top ballet company.  We are especially pleased that Wasatch Arts Center does not encourage competition among dancers, but allows each child, regardless of skill level, to flourish."
    The Dale Family, Draper

The joy of dance

We believe all can experience the joy of dance and the benefits of disciplining the mind and body that this art form requires. Our primary mission is for the development of our dancer’s technique and to provide a positive atmosphere which builds self-esteem and the love of this cherished art form.

With Family Values at our core, dancers are free to enjoy dance without inappropriate costumes, movement or music. We believe that performances, rather than competitions, provide the best benefit for young dancers. Stage experience is available at our December Showcase and Year-end June Recital, enabling them to develop confidence, poise and stage manners. View our FAQ here.

The benefits of Music Study

Music provides much more than aesthetic benefits. Many studies have demonstrated a link between active music making and increased academic success. One of the best ways to benefit from music is through private lessons. as they help teach your student the proper theory and technique in their chosen instrument. We believe that finding the right teacher can make all the difference with your student's progress. We offer private instruction in violin, viola, cello, guitar, piano, flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, french horn, trombone, and tuba. All lessons are 30, 45, or 60 minutes long and are available for students ranging in ability from beginning to late intermediate. Our starting ages vary between instruments.

Schedule & Fees

2017-2018 Schedule  (Map)

Annual Registration Fee

$30 per student, $50 per family

Tuition Fees

Tuition is based on a 10 month session, not on a per class basis. Tuition payment options include 1) Annual (payment in full at the beginning of the year); 2) Biannual (divided across two semesters); 3) Monthly (divided across 10 months). Please note: Full monthly tuition is required in December and June.

Monthly Tutition Rates (Per Class Length)

45 Minutes........$40
1 Hour..............$45
1.5 Hours..........$64
2 Hours.............$82

Multiple Class/Family Discount: We offer an $8.00 discount, per class, for siblings and/or when adding additional classes.

Recital Fees

We have a December and June Recital. The participation fee is $30 per student per recital and is due November 1st and May 1st. Recital Fees are non-refundable even if the student drops. Recital fee pays for recital hall rental, custodial services, lighting and sound technicians, and other production costs. It does not pay for regular tuition. Each recital fee includes 2 complimentary tickets. Additional tickets can be purchased. Recital DVDs can be ordered for $20 each.

Costume Fee

Costume fees range from $65 - $100, depending on class, and are due October 1st. Costume Fees are non-refundable. The same costume is used for the December AND June Recital. (Costume fees are due at time of registration for those registering after the Christmas recital.)

For any additional questions please contact our helpful staff by phone at 801-253-6323



Summer Classes July 10 to August 18

See schedule at: http://utah-dance.blogspot.com


August 17 & 18th Open House 6 to 8 pm

August 28th, Dance Classes Begin


September 4th, Labor Day, no classes

September 18 - 22nd, Bring a Friend Week


October 1st Costume Fee Due

October 19 – 20, Fall Recess, no classes

October 27, Studio Halloween Party, 6 to 8 pm

October 31st, No classes


November 1st Recital Fee Due

November 13 – 17, Parent’s Observation Week

November 22 – 24, Thanksgiving Break, no classes


November 29 to December 2, Festival of Trees, TBA

December 8 - 9, Christmas Recital, South Hills Middle School

December 15 – 16, Nutcracker, Oquirrh Mountain Ballet

December 18 – January 2, Christmas Break- no classes


January 15, Martin Luther King Day, CLASSES WILL BE HELD


February 12 - 16, Bring a Friend Week

February 19, President’s Day, no classes

APRIL 2018

April 2 to April 6, Spring Break

April 16 – 20, Parent’s Observation Week

MAY 2017

Picture Day, TBA

May, Dance Company Auditions, TBA

May 28, Memorial Day, no classes

JUNE 2018

June 5 - 7, Year End Recital, Bingham High School

June 15, Last day of Classes

JULY 2018

July 9 – August 17 Summer Session

We have a team of truly talented artists. You'll love 'em!

Meet our Faculty and Administrative Staff