International Ballet News

August 21st
AN artist and an athlete rolled into one, Vaudeville Theatre Company's founder and artistic director, Penelop "Penny" N. Ong, is proof that Cebu really is home to many of the most talented and passionate individuals in the world. "I want the Visayas and M…
August 21st
Following the acclaimed premiere in Sydney last year, the Sydney City Youth Ballet and the SYO Philharmonic present 'Together Live 2018'. The triple bill features the power and passion of Paquita, Maina Gielgud's production of Giselle Act II and the new c…
August 20th
Skelton has been a resident of Roanoke for 10 years. She and her husband, Matt, enjoy supporting the arts, and youth and professional sports.
August 20th
A young ballet dancer from Lower Sackville is heading west after being accepted into the professional program at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Aidan Vaudreuil, 13, also received a full scholarship for the program.
August 20th
Saturday night's all-Bernstein program at Tanglewood offered a probable first for the Shed - a troupe of dancers from Boston Ballet, and footloose they were, performing the complete "Fancy Free" ballet, conceived and choreographed by Jerome Robbins and co…
August 20th
Leonard Bernstein, America's best known composer, conductor, author, TV host, music lecturer and pianist, would have turned 100 on August 25. It's certainly cause for celebration not only was he one of the first composers born and educated in the U.S. to …
August 20th
The 2017-18 theater season began underwater. Literally. In late August, 2017, Harvey roared through our Bayou City and lived up to its biblical plague prediction.
August 19th
Invercargill dancers Makensie Waddell, left, Lucy Baynes, Abbey Dermody and Libby Haywood are among 30 from Southland and Queenstown selected to perform with the Royal New Zealand Ballet in Invercargill. Those were the comments of Abbey Dermody to news of…
August 19th
PARENTS be warned: West Australian Ballet's hugely anticipated adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula might be too scary for your little monsters. PARENTS be warned: West Australian Ballet's hugely anticipated adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula might be too…
August 19th
Saturday was a red-letter day twice over for New York dance-goers: the 30th anniversary of the choreographer Frederick Ashton's death and the return to the American stage of the dancer Marcelo Gomes . Ashton, though British, always felt his work was bette…

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