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Circus Harmony taking new students

The not-for-profit Circus Harmony, located on the third floor of City Museum in downtown St. Louis, is recruiting students ages 3 and above to develop the next generations of circus artists.

ST. LOUIS – Circus Harmony, the non-profit circus school located at City Museum in downtown St. Louis, is inviting the adventurous to fly into fall.

Circus Harmony fall class registration is now open. Parents with children — or even the parents themselves — who are interested in making their debut are encouraged to review the schedule.

Those who take classes can learn to “defy gravity. We could all use a little levity right now!” said Circus Harmony Director Jessica Hentoff.

Circus Harmony offers classes and clubs for ages 3 to adult, at all levels and in a variety of circus disciplines.

There are aerial classes for all ages. Unicycle and Juggling Clubs can be joined by the whole family together. There is even a Basic Circus Arts class for adults. Classes are held at City Museum.

Those interested can get more information and register for fall classes by visiting

Circus Harmony also offers pre-professional circus training. Members of their youth performance troupe, the St. Louis Arches, are currently in Germany working with Circus Circuli.

“You never know where Circus Harmony’s flying children might land,” Hentoff said. “A number of their alumni are currently touring the world with various circus companies, including Cirque du Soleil and 7 Fingers.”

Circus Harmony is St. Louis’ only social circus, and strives to teach the art of life through circus education, working to build character and expand community for youth of all ages, cultures, abilities, and backgrounds.

Through the teaching and performing of circus arts, they help people defy gravity, soar with confidence, and leap over social barriers all at the same time. To learn more, visit

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