Nutcracker! In The Community

NEW HORIZONS

Arts Education is the mission! Ballerinas share International cultural immersion sessions, pro bono and from coast to coast, using interactive exercises which develop healthy diet, movement and creative expression habits for over 6000 children to date.

MUSICAL WUNDERKIND

Ballerinas perform side by side with Concerto Competition winning youth musicians in classic ballet choreography to St. Saen’s The Dying Swan from “Carnival of the Animals.”

Accompany the company live for the “Waltz of the Snowflakes” and welcome patrons to singing repertoire in venue lobbies.

I know from watching my students grow and advance since the very first Moscow Ballet tour, that this is one of the most significant experiences a young dancer can have. It lifts them up and humbles them all at the same time.

I had a great time performing, and was very interested in meeting the dancers and the other members of the troop…I was astonished by the grace and beauty of the ballerina! She was very, very skilled and kind. I appreciate the opportunity to perform with such a prestigious organization.

Award-winning teen violinist Annelle Gregory…[gave] an expressive account of the Saint-Saëns score and Mikhail Fokine’s [choreography to] “The Dying Swan.

Thank you for all that you have done to make the NUTCRACKER! Magical Christmas Ballet event happen. Wow! Svetlana did a great job with the students. Parents have told me that it is all their children would talk about when they picked them up from school. I wish you could have seen the eyes of the children and could have heard the squeals and applause. Please know how much everyone in our school district appreciates this marvelous experience.  Svetlana is definitely a superstar in the eyes of our students and staff.

IN THE SCHOOLS

Engage your school and community in arts education at the highest level. NUTCRACKER! Magical Christmas Ballet Soloists travel the US working with Parent Teacher Associations and school arts programs to share the love of dance and the arts. 

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