2023 Winter Recital

You're Invited to our Winter Recital! This recital is open to all recreational, preschool, after school, and pre-team students. Our Winter Recital is a great opportunity to showcase your child's skills. They will feel like a star when they receive their medal and are able to perform in front of an audience in their limited edition Reflex Recital leotard!

When:

December 16th

11:00am
1:00pm
3:00pm

Where:

At our Azalea Park Location
6753 Curtis St. Orlando, FL 32807

Price:

Required Purchases:
$71
 per athlete (includes entry, medal, and leotard)
$8 per Spectator

Optional Purchases:
$2 per carnation (while supplies lasts, purchase at the door)
$2 for a shout out- purchased at the door.

Important Notice! Recital Spectator tickets must be purchased separately. No spectator tickets are included with entry cost.

Entry Tickets

These tickets are for the athlete only. Click your time slot below to get started!

Purchase 11:00am Student Entry
Purchase 1:00pm Student Entry
Purchase 3:00pm Student Entry

Deadline

The deadline is December 1st at 12:00pm. There will be NO exceptions to this policy to allow time for leotard and medal orders to arrive. Space is limited!

Spectator Tickets

Winter Recital Gallery

What to Expect:

With our new TeachTix purchases option, you are able to select the seats that work best for you. You will be given a QR code which will be scanned the day of the event. Seats are purchased on a first come, first serve basis and per TeachTix policy, no refunds may be issued.

Please arrive 15-30 minutes early with your athlete and all of the spectators in your group for check-in and to make additional purchases such as shout outs and carnations.

While you find your seats, your child will join group stretches and be placed with a small group with two coaches to guide them through the recital. They will showcase their bar, beam, vault, and floor skills!

While we will have a photographer to capture the overall recital, we encourage that you take your own pictures. Please do not use flash as it can be distracting and even dangerous for our athletes.

See you there!

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