Ballet Arizona is excited to welcome its newest company dancer from Havana, Cuba!
At any classical ballet school across the country, you’ll adhere to a curriculum designed to enhance your classical ballet technique. You might learn any combination of classical ballet movements, postures, positions, and history. Each ballet school is different and offers a unique community for dancers to learn the fundamentals of classical ballet.
Celebrate the Arizona premiere of George Balanchine “Emeralds”, and with a one-of-a-kind emerald pendant, created by Glenna Gibbons of G.G. Gems, Inc.!
This year instead of giving one of the traditional Mother’s Day gifts of flowers and chocolates, why not give a unique gift that will create memories that will last a lifetime?
Diamonds, rubies, and emeralds, oh my! Take our quiz and find out which precious gemstone you are from George Balanchine’s iconic ballet Jewels.
George Balanchine also known as “The Father of American Ballet” is arguably one of the most influential people in ballet as we know it today.
We sat down with Ballet Arizona company dancers Colleen Buckley and Lydia Relle to talk about their choreographic endeavors for the 6th annual production of Artist Relief Fund’s Dancer’s Choice.
Before a ballet class or dance exercise, it’s important to loosen up the muscles you will be using in class. Warming up before a dance class should include a small workout and some stretching, but don’t overstretch.
Famed as one of the best literary works in the world, learn the ballet take on this adventurous story!
Going en pointe for the very first time is one of the most exciting times for a dancer. There is however so much to learn so we are sharing our 5 top tips for beginners en pointe!