September 5th, 2013
RICHMOND BALLET ANNOUNCES NEW HIRES, PROMOTIONS, FOR 30th ANNIVERSARY SEASON Richmond Ballet and Richmond Ballet II welcome new faces RICHMOND, VA – Richmond Ballet is pleased to announce that both Marty Davis of Los Angeles, California, and Elena Bello of Jersey City, New Jersey, have been invited to join the Ballet’s professional company for the 2013-14 season. Lauren Archer, Jesse Lyon, Melissa Robinson and Sarah Joan Smith will join the ranks of Richmond Ballet II, the Ballet’s second company, this season. Marty Davis joins Richmond Ballet after six years with…
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August 29th, 2013
STUDIO ONE TO LAUNCH 30th ANNIVERSARY SEASON New Philip Neal Ballet, Phoenix Rising, to premiere; Bow Out to return RICHMOND, VA – Richmond Ballet is set to kick off its 30th Anniversary Season with the first installment of this year’s Studio Series, Studio One, October 1-6, 2013, at the Richmond Ballet Studio Theatre with a new ballet from Philip Neal, and a popular favorite, Val Caniparoli’s Bow Out. After a celebrated, 23-year career at New York City Ballet, Neal returns to Richmond once again to set a new original work,…
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July 18th, 2013
Here are a few images from The School of Richmond Ballet Summer Intensive 2013.
July 9th, 2013
Richmond Ballet Minds In Motion Team XXL performed at the third annual RVA Fireworks on the James with SPARC and the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra. This FREE performance took place on Brown’s Island and was generously sponsored by Dominion and MeadWestvaco. Thanks again for coming to watch the performance, RVA! Photos provided by Ryan Ripperton.
June 1st, 2013
INNOVATION SOARS IN RICHMOND BALLET’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON 2013-2014 Includes Both Cutting-Edge Works and Classic Ballets Richmond, VA – Richmond Ballet celebrates its 30th season this year, and with this landmark year comes a spectacular lineup of both contemporary and classic ballets. “We are thrilled to be bringing our region a collection of works that includes world premieres from innovative choreographers, as well as treasured classics,” says Stoner Winslett, Artistic Director of Richmond Ballet. “The group of dancers we have now marks this as a golden age of ballet…
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