International Ballet News

September 16th
Moscow, 15 September, 2014 — theatre Ballet Moscow opens its new theatre season. International contemporary dance and music content becomes a keynote of this season. The ZIL Culture Centre and The Meyerhold Theatre Centre are chosen as main stages for Bal…
September 16th
One of the city's oldest arts organization is announcing that a new person is taking over the position of Artistic Director.
September 16th
Even when they're standing still, ballet dancers are some of the world's toughest athletes.
September 16th
Kalman Solymossy, a pioneering and influential ballet dancer and teacher, has died in Melbourne, aged 84. He was a principal dancer at the Budapest State Opera Company in 1956 and moved to Australia in 1958.
September 15th
Sleeping Beauty will be woken from her slumbers yet again with the Australian Ballet mounting a new multi-million dollar production of the classic 19th-century dance work.
September 15th
Group that caters to all abilities wants to help mothers take care of their infants and themselves at the same time.
September 15th
The NYC Ballet icon on Balanchine, her children and how a strong mother and role models helped her realize a dream and stay balanced.
September 15th
Jane Vann-Bryan, or simply “Ms. Jane” as she is referred to in the dance studio, has one rule for her student dancers: They’re not allowed to say “I can’t.” Vann-Bryan, 58, is a dance instructor and director of the Merced Academy of Dance and the Merced C…
September 14th
Ballet Manila had a good respite from its classical repertoire when it restaged Ryan Cayabyab’s “Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika” in its latest season.
September 13th
Ballet Philippines, the country’s premier classical and contemporary dance company proudly announces the “The Blue Moon Gala” set on September 26 – 27 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines—Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo (Main Theater).

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