Five of Our Favorite Ballet Trailers

Five of Our Favorite Ballet Trailers

Few things are more powerful for promoting ballet performances than captivating trailers—especially in today’s visually-focused, digitally-connected world.We’ve rounded up some eye-catching ads from seasons past and present that not only make us wish we...

What My Teacher Taught Me: Isaac Akiba

Boston Ballet’s Isaac Akiba and Erica Cornejo rehearsing Yury Yanowsky’s Smoke and Mirrors Before Isaac Akiba became a soloist with Boston Ballet, his Boston Ballet School teacher Kathleen Mitchell taught him that it’s his responsibility to make...

Ballet for Children with Down’s Syndrome

Connecticut’s Greenwich Ballet Academy now offers free adaptive ballet classes for children with Down’s syndrome. Seventeen-year-old student Olivia Thurman created the program after seeing video footage of ballerina Keenan Kampa working with Boston Ballet’s...

Boston Ballet’s Human Sculpture

Last Wednesday, Boston Ballet took part in a special event at the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy. Twelve male company dancers re-created a moving human sculpture from the first movement of Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier, which they...

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