As 2018 comes to an end, we’re taking a look back at some of the year’s highlights!
Ballet Arizona opened the doors of Symphony Hall to children and families from across the Valley to celebrate our favorite holiday tradition!
Learn how you can deepen your connection and sustain the future of Ballet Arizona by becoming a Legend.
Today, The Nutcracker is one of the most popular ballet performances in the world. But you may be surprised that critics in the 1800s and composer Pytor Tchaikovsky would’ve never predicted this. Here are some additional facts about The Nutcracker ballet you may not know.
The Nutcracker ballet is based on two tales: The Nutcracker and the Mouse King by German author E.T.A. Hoffman and a French version of this tale, The Nutcracker of Nuremburg, written by Alexander Dumas Pere.
The holiday season is officially here! So here is your 101 guide to everything you need to know about attending Ballet Arizona’s “The Nutcracker”.
Executive Director Samantha Turner, discusses our entrepreneurial approach to not only surviving but thriving as a performing arts organization in our community.
With the holiday season right around the corner, we put together the ultimate Ballet Arizona gift guide so that you can share the magic of ballet with friends and family throughout the year!
This fall, we are partnering with six under-served schools across the Valley, and establishing mini-residency programs. Over the course of 12 classes, 3rd -5th grade students, are going to be introduced to ballet and work with our professional and studio company dancers.
Stretching is the best way to warm up your muscles before any type of exercise. It doesn’t matter if you’re brand new to ballet or a seasoned pro, every dancer should begin with a few stretches to loosen up before class, rehearsal, or a performance.