Summer Plans from a Couple of Dancers!
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When Ballet Meets Symphony
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The Making of The Rite of Spring
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Contributions At Work: New Works Initiative/in Community
Your support of the New Works Initiative is crucial to the development of our dancers through classical and modern productions, adding a diverse element to both the selection of each season’s productions as well as their performance locations.
Q & A with Dancer Kaelyn Magee/in Meet the Company
Kaelyn Magee was born in Carmel, California and began her ballet training at age seven with local teachers. At age ten, she began studying at the Studio School of Classical Ballet upon invitation from Diane Cypher and Robert Kelley, and soon afterwards joined Santa Cruz Ballet Theatre.
Q & A with Dancer Roman Zavarov/in Meet the Company
Roman entered the Bolshoi Ballet Academy at age 10, and was performing with the Bolshoi Company by age 13. He completed his pre-professional training at the schools of Pennsylvania Ballet and Boston Ballet, joining Boston Ballet II in 2004.