Allison Bach

Student Instructor/Choreographer

Allison has studied dance since she was 3 years old, starting with ballet and tap. Her love for ballet has grown over the years into pointe, lyrical and contemporary styles of dance. She also has modern, jazz, hip hop, jazz funk, and musical theater experience.

Her true passion is ballet, and she has studied with some of the world’s finest, including current and past members of the New York City Ballet; Sara Mearns, Megan Fairchild, Megan LeCrone, Harrison Ball, David Prottas, Antonio Carmena, Olivia McKinnon, and Chen Wei Chan. She has also performed twice at the NYC Ballet Gala at the Saratoga Springs Art Center with Ballet in the City. She has worked with BIC for many years and has served as a BIC Steward for the past two years.

She has taken Master Classes with the National Ballet of Cuba, Mark Morris Dance Center, Ballaro Dance and with Arthur Mitchell, founder of the Dance Theater of Harlem.

Allison has participated in several area productions of the Nutcracker Ballet, has danced for two years in Nacre Dance’s Christmas Oratorio, which is one of a few companies in the world that perform Charles Wiedemann’s masterpiece set to the music of J.S. Bach. Allison was also a part of Saratoga city ballet’s recent production of Swan Lake, performing as a big swan. She joined the Empire State Youth Dance Ensemble in 2023 performing at Universal Preservation Hall.

Allison has also been a part of several Shenendehowa summer musical theater productions, such as Matilda jr and Beauty and the Beast jr, playing the Acrobat in Matilda, as well as a silly girl and the enchantress in Beauty and the Beast. She’s also performed several lead dance ensemble roles in musical productions such as Mary Poppins.

Allison has been a competitive dancer since the age of 6. In addition to being a National Champion, she also has received numerous special awards for her technique, passionate performances, and artistry. Allison looks forward to teaching and inspiring the next generation of talented dancers at Spa City Dance and the Arts.