Neoclassical ballet

Pittsburgh Ballet Theater presents a free performance at Hartwood Acres

The Pittsburgh Ballet Theater is pleased to announce the return of its annual Ballet Under the Stars show on Sunday, June 26, two months earlier than it usually takes place. The family event takes place in the Middle Road concert area in Hartwood Acres Park. The free outdoor event, part of the Allegheny County Summer […]

Neoclassical ballet

Smuin Ballet brings vibrant dance performances to Mtn. View | Get out of

South Bay audiences should jump at the chance to see Smuin Ballet’s dynamic final program of the season, “Dance Series 2: PS Forever Smuin,” this week in Mountain View. The show debuted in San Francisco last month and comes to the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts for five performances Thursday through Sunday. The […]

Neoclassical ballet

David Hallberg joins the cast of Australian Ballet’s KUNSTKAMER, broadcast live worldwide on June 10

Broadcast live from the Arts Center in Melbourne and available to audiences around the world on June 10, Australian Ballet presents Kunstkamer, one of the most ambitious contemporary dance productions to ever appear in the company’s repertoire. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.australianballet.com.au/the-ballets/live-on-ballet-tv. Originally created for pioneering dance company Nederlands […]

Classical ballet

Joyce Theater will honor Pride 2022 with a queer reimagining of classical ballet

Dancers Cemiyon Barber & Taylor Stanley. (Photo: Marc Safran) The Joyce Theater Foundation has announced that it will honor the conclusion of Pride 2022 with the Joyce Theater debut of acclaimed movement artist Christopher Williams. Williams’ series of queer interpretations of renowned classical ballets will be performed at the Joyce Theater from June 28 to […]

Neoclassical ballet

Boston Ballet Announces 59th Anniversary Season

Boston Ballet’s 2022-23 season at Citizens Bank Opera House will include world premieres by William Forsythe and Nanine Linning, a pair of works by George Balanchine, the return of ‘Don Quixote’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and, of course, the company’s annual Nutcracker production. “My Obsession” (October 6-16) will combine Balanchine’s “Apollo” and “Allegro Brillante” with Helen […]

Neoclassical ballet

New English Ballet Theater announces summer festivals and shows

After a two-year hiatus, the NEW ENGLISH BALLET THEATER is back! The company, founded by its dynamic artistic director, Karen Pilkington-Miksa, is delighted to announce a series of summer festivals and theater performances in June and July. NEBT’s program is designed to delight existing and new fans with exciting new works, repertoire favorites and electrifying […]

Neoclassical ballet

Boston Ballet studies the “MINDscape” of dance

In 2016, Boston Ballet entered into a five-year partnership with William Forsythe which brought us “Pas/Parts”, “Artifact” and, in 2019, “Blake Works I” and the world premiere of “Playlist (EP)” . The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted that collaboration, but the program the company opened Thursday at Citizens Bank Opera House picks up “Blake Works I” […]

Romantic ballet

The St. Monica’s Ballet has received a financial boost from the province

The Premier of RailRoad announced Wednesday that the province is financing the development of the St. Monica’s Ballet’s campus in downtown Florida. The province contributes 8 million dollars to the RWB’s 29 million dollar campus modernization and extension plan’s second phase. Additional funding One government official said Wednesday that the RailRoad government would provide slightly […]

Neoclassical ballet

Westside Ballet to Introduce Culver City Dance Students to Russian Guest Artists (Escapees) – May 7

May 4, 2022 Five local dance students from Culver City are set to share the world-class wide stage with accomplished professional guest artists in their first spring performance since June 2019. Santa Monica’s Westside Ballet is going beyond its traditional realm to explore the week -end of Mother’s Day “New Horizons”. On Saturday evening May […]

Neoclassical ballet

SF Ballet program 6 motley wonders

As cherry blossoms blush and daisies soften in the sun, Bay Area spring offers a warm welcome to new beginnings. However, San Francisco Ballet’s 2022 season takes a tender look at the past as we approach the end of Helgi Tomasson’s titanic 37-year tenure as Artistic Director and Principal Choreographer. Tomasson’s reverence for the past […]

Contemporary ballet

Smuin Contemporary Ballet Announces First-Ever Intensive Summer Camp for Pre-Pro Dancers

Smuin Contemporary Ballet has announced its first-ever Early Bird Summer Intensive Course for pre-professional dancers. This four-day program, open to dancers aged 14 to 22, allows students to dive deeper into their art, learning directly from the artists of the Smuin company. A comprehensive course for dancers who have intermediate/advanced training, Smuin’s Early Bird Summer […]

Neoclassical ballet

REVIEW: Australian Ballet’s ‘Kunstkamer’ – Dance Australia

Joan Sutherland Theatre, Sydney Opera HouseReview left on April 29 Kunstkamer is a large-scale work with more than 40 dancers which received its world premiere in October 2019, on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Netherland Dance Theatre.and anniversary. A planned 2020 tour by NDT was canceled due to the outbreak of the […]

Neoclassical ballet

Kingsport Ballet will pay tribute to its outgoing artistic director | Sunday stories

KINGSPORT — After 20 years with Kingsport Ballet and more than 60 years contributing to the field of classical ballet around the world, Valeria Sinyavskaya is retiring. Kingsport Ballet Company will celebrate Sinyavskaya’s legacy and achievements with several events throughout the month of May, starting with the Ballet and Bubbly fundraiser at Allandale Mansion on […]

Neoclassical ballet

Kunstkamer (Australian Ballet)

There are nights at the theater where the stars align to deliver an experience that exceeds all expectations. Friday night premiere Kunstkamer by The Australian Ballet was one of them. To say it was perfect is to do him an injustice. The ability to encapsulate the entire history and DNA of an art form in […]