Ballet Austin Tickets
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Ballet Austin: The Nutcracker tickets at Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall,Austin,TX on 12/18 7:30PM
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Ballet Austin: The Nutcracker tickets at Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall,Austin,TX on 12/19 7:30PM
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Ballet Austin: The Nutcracker tickets at Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall,Austin,TX on 12/20 2:00PM
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Ballet Austin: The Nutcracker tickets at Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall,Austin,TX on 12/20 7:30PM
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Ballet Austin: The Nutcracker tickets at Long Center For The Performing Arts - Dell Hall,Austin,TX on 12/21 2:00PM
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Ballet Austin is as dynamic and distinctive as the city it is situated in. It is a place where people from all ages and races are welcomed to take part in the company’s mission to democratize and innovate dance. They have their bustling headquarters in downtown Austin at the Butler Dance Education Center and Community School where the artistic director of Ballet Austin is actively engaged in bringing the audience and dancers together. The company’s rich history is spanned over 57 years during which time it has stayed true to its commitment to educate and ensure lifelong well being, as well as presenting acclaimed ballet productions in its home city and the rest of the country with Ballet Austin tickets a revered commodity among people possessing fine taste and love of dancing.
The New York Times has called Ballet Austin as “a company with big ambitions”; and they cannot be more right. The company has 22 professional dancers who are recruited by Stephen Mills through a 30-city annual auditioning tour. It is Mills’ idea of bringing diversity in the styles of dancing and he works closely with the dancers to bring the best out of them. Mills has received praises for his work from all over, calling his work “whimsical and fantastic”, “effortlessly striking” and “meaningful”.
Among the largest ballet companies in the country, Ballet Austin comes at number 15. Moreover it’s one of the largest companies which operate a training facility with a fully functioning ballet. Over 900 students learn to dance each year at Ballet Austin’s official dance school, Ballet Austin Academy. Ballet Austin II is the apprentice company of Ballet Austin which is a dance academy for people who want to hone their dancing skills in a highly professional environment. This apprentice company was formed in 1999 and has produced a handful of emerging artists on the national level.
Another associate of Ballet Austin is the Butler Community School which was established in 2007 and provides opportunities to thousands of people to learn different kinds of dancing throughout the year. The school also homes a Pilates Center, a top-ranking institute offering yoga. Ballet Austin is also the founder of Joe R. and Teresa Lorenzo Long Center for the Performing Arts.
Ballet Austin has taken part in a number of international ballet events which includes its visit to Paris, Montreal, Slovenia and Italy. Led by Mills, the company gave seven sold-out performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in 2002 at the Kennedy Center. Following this success, Kennedy Center commissioned Mills to produce “The Taming of the Shrew”. The ballet made its premier in 2004 in Washington D.C. It was a big hit and brought Mills the title of “the bard of ballet” by The New York Times. In 2005, the company performed at the Joyce Theater in New York City for a week to praises from audiences and critics. Anti Defamation League honored Mills with the Audrey & Raymond Humanitarian Award in 2005 for his work on “Light/Holocaust & Humanity Project”.
Ballet Austin does not simply rely on traditional ballet but also includes an equal amount of modern dance which makes it appealing to many different kinds of audiences. Works by Twyla Tharp, George Balanchine, Septime Webre, David Nixon, David Parsons, Dwight Rhoden and Ulysses Dove are included in the repertoire of the company. Moreover, the company has done collaborations with the composer Graham Reynolds and artist Trenton Doyle for a production named “Cult of Color: Call to Color” in 2008.
The company has achieved a lot in a short span of time and it is constantly growing. Audience get to watch all the wonderful ballet performances from the 287-seat state-of-the-art AustinVentures Studio Theater; an in-house facility that offers an urban, intimate environment to enjoy the shows. Because of its affordable prices, Ballet Austin tickets are a favorite commodity of people who want to enjoy a quality ballet performance without spending a lot of money.