Moscow Ballet’s Mission is to bring the highest level of Vaganova ballet to audiences of all ages in cities large and small across North America and to provide opportunities for arts enrichment, community engagement and educational outreach in the local communities that it visits.
The International company performs 150+ engagements annually. The Moscow Ballet dancers include graduates of the Bolshoi, Mariinsky and Perm ballet academies and are “Honored Artists” and winners of the top International Ballet Competitions.
“Moscow Ballet...a hot ticket” The New York Times
“Virtuosity...fleet authority... bravura expertise” Los Angeles Times
“Sterling style” Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Sponsor Moscow Ballet’s acclaimed performance/s and/or the Moscow Ballet branded Community Engagement programs “Dance with Us”, “Musical Wunderkind,” “New Horizons – A Children’s Program for Life” which annually offer over thousands of children the opportunity to experience live dance, music, art, and culture side-by-side with company members.
Sponsoring a performance in your city will:
- Bring high-quality classical ballet to audiences across the United States and Canada
- Provide community engagement and cultural education opportunities in over 130 cities
- Generate young audiences’ experiences of live, acclaimed dance
- Foster the vitality of local theatre districts by increasing cultural activity
- Click for the Moscow Ballet Deck of Capabilities.
Contact (413) 499-1733 or [email protected]
Create a Risk-free, and High Revenue Producing, Fundraising Event with Moscow Ballet that offers the opportunity to entertain supporters, attract new supporters and earn revenue, all in one event! Expenses such as theatre rental, travel, visas, and advertising are covered. Beneficiary organizations can offer a minimum number of 50 tickets to the acclaimed performances for a set fee and charge a Gala Ticket price to the donor group.
Moscow Ballet, produced in North America by Talmi Entertainment, has over a 30 year history in developing performance-based fund-raisers for non-profit organizations.
Contact (413) 499-1733 or [email protected]
~ Free the Captives a Houston community-based non-profit
The fledgling organization, in its first year, raised $28,000 toward their building in a performance based fund-raiser with Moscow Ballet. Free the Captives Founder/CEO Julie Waters comments, “The doors, that opened [as a result of the partnership] to expand our services for the girls, are amazing! [Moscow Ballet] truly made a difference”
~ Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in cities across the U.S.
Moscow Ballet Ballerinas worked hands-on with founders Marie and Donny Osmond fundraising for the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals with a Moscow Ballet Russian Tea Party and Auction. In addition, Moscow Ballet ballerinas traveled the US visiting children in Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals raising public awareness of the program.
~ Recovery Acres Society in cities across Canada
Director Dr. John O’Reilly, Executive Director of 1835 House and Chairman of the Recovery Acres Society Board of Directors sold over 20,000 tickets annually for 5 years in Calgary, Regina, Edmonton, Saskatoon and more Canadian cities, featuring the classic Moscow Ballet repertory Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, Great Russian Nutcracker, Cinderella andSleeping Beauty raising millions of dollars and gaining new supporters for Recovery Acres Society.
Testimony: “It is our pleasure to highly recommend Moscow Ballet to charitable and business communities. We [Recovery Acres] successfully raised sufficient funds from Moscow Ballet’s performances and other sources to break ground for a new facility which will cost approximately $20 million. Moscow Ballet increased the prestige visibility and prominence of Recover Acres substantially. Moscow Ballet provides a turnkey, world class ballet company and fundraising campaign that responsibly answer and provide both acclaimed artistic performances as well as human services fundraising assets.” Dr. John O’Reilly, Recovery Acres, Calgary.
~ Graduate Hospital of Philadelphia fundraiser at the Academy of Music
Moscow Ballet’s performance sold-out the famous Academy of Music raising net income of $250,000 for the Graduate Hospital.
~ Multiple Sclerosis Society of Pasadena fundraiser at the LA Chandler Music Center which raised $250,000 net for the MS Society of Pasadena. It starred America’s sweetheart ballerina Cynthia Gregory and included Linda Ronstadt performing her new album at the time “When you Wish Upon a Star.”
~ Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital fundraiser at Atlanta’s historic Fox Theatre sold-out 4500 seats at Atlanta’s Fox Theater, netting $100,000 for the Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital. First Lady Roselyn Carter chaired the event.