March 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm
May 17, 2020 - Due to the Coronavirus, this performance has been cancelled. 

December 15, 2019 at 7:00 pm

December 31, 2019 - Two performances 6:00 and 7:00 pm

99 South Broadway
Saratoga Springs, New York 12866


The National Museum of Dance is located at 99 South Broadway in Saratoga Springs, New York within the Saratoga Spa State Park. It is easily accessible from the Northway (Interstate 87), a short drive from Albany International Airport, the Albany-Rensselaer and Saratoga Springs Amtrak rail stations, and approximately 3.5 hours from New York City, Boston, and Montreal by car. 

From Interstate 87 (Northway) Exit at 13N. Heading north on Route 9, continue for approximately 3 miles. The museum is located on the west side of the road, just past the Saratoga Spa State Park and Lincoln Bathhouse. 

From Western NY Take I-90 to exit 28 at Fultonville, to Johnstown and Route 29 to Saratoga Springs, or exit 27 at Amsterdam, Route 67 East to Ballston Spa and Route 50 North to Saratoga Springs. 

National Museum of Dance

Did you know?


Ludwig Van Beethoven


Beethoven was very temperamental and would end performances if he became aware of anyone in the audience talking. Beethoven’s deafness was the result of lead poisoning, and lead poisoning was also the cause of Beethoven’s death in 1827. 


Johannes Brahms


Brahms was an outdoorsy sort of person. When he wasn't travelling around Europe for concert tours, he was fond of travelling to the hills of Italy for walking holidays and to retreat for solitary composing.


Brahms thought Beethoven's symphonies were so great that he took over 20 years to write his own.

Although he began composing his first symphony in 1854, it wasn't premiered until November 1876, twenty-two years later. 



Antonin Dvorak


Dvořák studied organ, violin and piano. He played viola in the Bohemian Provisional Theatre Orchestra, performing in restaurants and at balls. In 1871, he resigned from the orchestra to concentrate on composing, scraping a living by teaching the piano.


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