City Ballet of Los Angeles

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Happy Holiday 12/15/2023

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11/28/2023

🌟 Next up in our introduction of the 2023 Dance Magazine Awardees is Alicia Graf Mack. A review of Graf Mack’s first five years at the helm of The Juilliard School’s dance division—she is its youngest and first African American head—reveals that her 2018 appointment was an undeniably historic event.

Learn more about Graf Mack and her transformative vision in her Dance Magazine Award profile: https://www.dancemagazine.com/dance-magazine-awards-alicia-graf-mack/ 🧡

For tickets to the awards ceremony on December 4, visit dancemediafoundation.org.


Photo by Gregory Costanzo, courtesy Graf Mack

03/24/2023
Photos from Jacob's Pillow's post 03/24/2023

Yes!

03/24/2023

So looking forward to this won’t you join me in seeing this award winning documentary

Next week join Steven Melendez, Artistic Director of New York Theatre Ballet and star of LIFT, for a special outreach screening and discussion with Robyn Gardenhire, Founder and Artistic Director of City Ballet of Los Angeles, and Mary Recine, producer of this award-winning documentary about ballet and homelessness: LFLA.org/LIFT

02/13/2023

Please join City Ballet of Los Angeles March 19,2023 at The Ebell Club 4:00-7:30 for the celebration of this amazing artist we will have music, dance, and history to share with all. For tickets go to

www.cityballetof la.org under events

08/10/2022
08/10/2022

The late Geronimo Ji-Jaga Pratt, Minister of Defense for the Black Panther Party, said: “Marlon Brando was the best friend the BPP ever had.” He joined their struggles, paid their legal fees, visited Panthers in prison, and did it all quietly, without fanfare.

08/10/2022

In A Landscape ❤️💔 Australian choreographer Tim Harbour's pas de deux follows a man and woman at a critical point in their relationship, taking audiences from the soft edges of the couple’s carefree relationship, to things becoming harder-edged in style and movement when critical decisions must be made.

Book tickets to our Regional Tour: https://bit.ly/TABReg2022

Lilly Maskery and Nathan Brook
Photo: Daniel Boud

The "Balanchine Head," and How to Master It—Including Spotting Front 08/10/2022

The "Balanchine Head," and How to Master It—Including Spotting Front As a teacher and choreographer, George Balanchine—founder of the School of American Ballet and New York City Ballet—finessed even the smallest details. And in his technique, extra-special attention is paid to the carriage of the head, which is both unique and transformational. Whether held forwa...

Timeline photos 08/10/2022

We're proud to announce the latest bombshell speaker to join the December 1 Massachusetts Conference for Women lineup: dancer Misty Copeland, the first African American female principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre.

Copeland has so much to offer attendees as we build back after the setbacks of recent years. Her experience overcoming obstacles, being the "first" and "only," and effectively leveraging her network of friends and mentors to succeed is an inspiration for us all.

Join Misty and the rest of our all-star lineup: https://bit.ly/3A4xoNl

08/10/2022

It’s always when you’re a Rockette 👯‍♀️

08/09/2022

Marking the first collaboration between Bangarra Dance Theatre and The Australian Ballet, Rites was part of a changing political landscape that had an impact far beyond what was presented on stage. 25 years after the debut, Stephen Page, Artistic Director of Bangarra Dance Theatre and choreographer of Rites, comes to Arts Centre Melbourne to discuss the piece.

Hosted by Wesley Enoch, the conversation will give insight into how the work was created, what it meant for performers and audiences alike, and the significance of Rites within the political landscape of the time. Book tickets: https://bit.ly/3JK1gmw

Miranda Coney and Albert David in Rites 1997
Photograph by Jim McFarlane

Photos from Rockettes's post 08/09/2022
Taylor Stanley Takes the Reins With His Own Program at Jacob's Pillow 08/09/2022

Taylor Stanley Takes the Reins With His Own Program at Jacob's Pillow At New York City Ballet, Taylor Stanley is the resident shape-shifter, with an uncanny ability to mold himself to any mood or music. He attracts choreographers like a magnet. They tend to create solos for him that stand apart from anything else in the repertory, like the silken, rippling centerpiece...

08/05/2022

We just added recordings of our six most recent Ballet Connoisseurship seminars to our On-Demand Vimeo library. With this addition, we now offer streaming access to 26 previously recorded sessions of Ballet Connoisseurship! These new courses take a close look at Balanchine's JEWELS and the composer-choreographer connections in ballets such as MOZARTIANA. Speakers include SAB faculty members, alumni, and music historians, and select sessions also include in-studio demonstrations from our SAB students - providing an even more dynamic breakdown of the choreography. View the full library and pick a few to stream at the beach this summer!

Start streaming: https://sab.org/ballet-connoisseurship-on-demand/

Photo: Students from SAB demonstrating an excerpt of their roles in MOZARTIANA, choreography by George Balanchine ©️The George Balanchine Trust.

Photos from Jacob's Pillow's post 08/05/2022
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08/04/2022

Jim Brown was in the US Army.

08/04/2022

https://www.blackhistoryminidocs.com/james-baldwin.html
Novelist, playwright, essayist, poet, human and civil rights activist born on August 2, 1924 was loved by many for his no-nonsense, straight to the point approach in dealing with the social inequities during his lifetime and sadly still exist today. Watch our mini doc on James Baldwin in honor of his birth.

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