Landrum School of Performing Arts

Landrum School of Performing Arts

The Landrum School of Performing Arts is a place where many young people can find a second home in the various theater, vocal, and dance programs the school has to offer. The school was founded in 1945 by Frances Landrum in Whitestone, New York and is the oldest dance school in Queens. Landrum was an original member of the “Roxyettes”, better known by their current name the Radio City Rockettes. Annette Vallone, cousin of Councilman Paul Vallone, was a student of the school during her childhood. Then she was eighteen years old, she was asked to take over the school and became the owner and director.

Having just celebrated their 70th Anniversary, the school continues to be a place where children can go to learn and grow together with great teachers as exemplary role models.

Landrum School of Performing Arts

Phone: (718) 767-9787

11-02 Clintonville Street
Whitestone, NY  11357

Annette Vallone gets interviewed by Gregg Sullivan for after the Landrum School of Dance's 70th Anniversary Gale Dance Recital at Queens Collage

Landrum School of Performing Arts Summer Acrobatics Intensive, and see just some of the hard work of the teachers and students at the school. This video features Landrum's owner and director Ms. Annette Vallone as she explains how the students progress over the week long intensive, learn to better work as a team, and overcome their fears so they may soar through the skies!

Special thanks to Long Island City Volkswagen, Pete's Pizzeria & Restaurant, epic4health, and Modern Pet for making this video possible.

Landrum Talk with Landrum Students

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