Company dancers, Eric Hipolito Jr., Kaelyn Magee, and Jackson Dwyer, discuss Artist Relief Fund’s upcoming 5th Annual production of Dancer’s Choice.
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Thanks to you, the School’s Studio Company will grow and train for their next steps in a professional career on a 100% scholarship. Additionally, your continued support allows us to now accept international students through our standing as an official Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) status school.
Did you know that your donations do more than support Ballet Arizona’s mission? Your gifts also help create revenue for other businesses, jobs for Valley residents, and tax revenue for our communities.
Before this iconic ballet returns to Symphony Hall with the Phoenix Symphony next week, venture behind the scenes with Ib Andersen as he provides a deeper look at his production of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece.
Ballet Arizona is the official professional ballet company of Arizona. We are proud to be your friends, your neighbors, and your dancers.
In the words of Artistic Director Ib Andersen, “’Swan Lake’ is about human emotion and the music gives it such everlasting power. If done right, then even cynics will change their minds.
Since 1985, APS has supported Ballet Arizona in numerous ways, including program grants, event sponsorships and strategic leadership. In recent years, APS has championed our flagship outreach program, Ballet Under the Stars.
For me, ballet has always served as a creative and inspirational outlet. Now, ballet has helped me build a greater community as a young professional in Phoenix.
This year marks a very special anniversary for Ballet Under the Stars! Read today’s blog to learn 10 little-known facts that you may not know about this spectacular production.
“My love and passion for the art of ballet exceeds words. Volunteering for Ballet Arizona helps me satisfy that passion.” – Ed Coyoli