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noun   mad·ri·gal \ˈma-dri-gəl\



A madrigal is a brief lyrical composition. Its principal theme is love and emotion. A madrigal was typical of the Italian Renaissance.

We are inspired by this definition to create a program within Feijóo Ballet School's curriculum for our emerging dancers.


The Madrigals perform at several community events throughout the year where they showcase their dancing abilities in several genres such as ballet, tap, contemporary and theater dance. Prospective Madrigals are selected by an audition process beginning at the age of 9. Madrigals must be full time registered students at Feijóo Ballet School.  Dancers are required to attend Ballet, Tap and Contemporary. 

The 2023  / 2024 theme is "Familia Madrigal". The show includes pieces that celebrate the hispanic heritage and the movie Encanto.  We get the feel the rythms, vibrant colors and charm of Latin America. This will be the eith season of The Madrigals. Past performances include the SPA's HEB Performance Preludes at Jones Hall, The Houston Children's Festival, Grand Kids Festival by The Grand Opera House in Galveston, The Pasadena Strawberry Festival and several elementary school carnivals in our area. Additionally, The Madrigals perform at retirement homes during the holidays and this past season they were invited again to be cast members in all major performances with the Bay Area Houston Ballet & Theatre.

The Madrigals rehearse on Saturdays from 9:00 to 11:00 AM

We look forward to a wonderful 2023-2024 Season. Any questing regarding Feijóo Ballet School’s The Madrigals may be directed to

For information on how to invite The Madrigals to your community event, please contact us at

The Madrigals 2023 - 2024

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Photo Credit: Rhonda Floyd Photography

The Madrigals 2022 - 2023


Photo Credit: Rhonda Floyd Photography

The Madrigals 2021 - 2022


Photo Credit: Rhonda Floyd Photography

The Madrigals 2020 - 2021

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Photo Credit: Caitlin Cannon Photography

The Madrigals 2019 - 2020

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Photo Credit: Rhonda Floyd Photography

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