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BalletX Announces 2014-15 Series

BalletX Announces 2014-15 Series

Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet and Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, announces its2014-15 Season. Deemed as “maturing from a Philadelphia treasure into a national recognized paragon” by The Philadelphia Inquirer, BalletX is proud to present a season that highlights […]

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Neenan blazes in Sunset

Neenan blazes in Sunset

Photography by Alexander Iziliaev.; Pictured: Chloe Felesina, Zachary Kapeluck, and company by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Choreographer Matthew Neenan unveiled his BalletX summer program Sunset, 0639 Hours, a long-form narrative ballet, to a sold out opening night at […]

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"Sunset, o639 Hours" Chooreography by Matthew Neenan, Photo by Bill Hebert

A Sneak Peek – Sunset, o639 Hours by BalletX

A quick sneak peek from BalletX’s world premiere of “Sunset, o639 Hours” an evening-length ballet with original music by the award-winning New Zealand composer Rosie Langabeer and choreographed by Matthew Neenan. The Performances run from July 9th through the 13th […]

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A glimpse inside rehearsal with BalletX for their SummerSeries show

A glimpse inside rehearsal with BalletX for their SummerSeries show

Hi Everyone – this column brings you a quick glimpse inside BalletX’s latest production “Sunset, o639 Hours” an evening length ballet and world premiere by BalletX Co-Artistic Director Matthew Neenan with original music by the award-winning New Zealand composer Rosie […]

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BalletX – SUNSET, o639 HOURS – A World Premiere by Matthew Neenan

BalletX – SUNSET, o639 HOURS – A World Premiere by Matthew Neenan

Flying Boat, New Zealand. Photo by Matthew Neenan. BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet company and the Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, concludes its 2013-14 Season with a full length world premiere ballet by BalletX Co-Artistic Director Matthew Neenan […]

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BalletX to perform at The Porch at 30th Street Station

BalletX to perform at The Porch at 30th Street Station

BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet and Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, presents a free lunchtime performance on May 21st from 12:00-1:00pm at The Porch at 30th Street Station. This performance is part of a series presented by University […]

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BalletX partners with Andrew Jackson School for a new afterschool dance outreach program

BalletX partners with Andrew Jackson School for a new afterschool dance outreach program

Photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev BalletX, Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet, announced the launch of Dance eXchange, a new afterschool dance outreach program with Andrew Jackson School in South Philadelphia. Beginning in March 2014, the program is designed to use dance as […]

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BalletX promotes Tara Keating to Associate Artistic Director

BalletX promotes Tara Keating to Associate Artistic Director

BalletX announced that Tara Keating, BalletX Ballet Mistress & Artistic Coordinator, will be promoted to Associate Artistic Director effective immediately. Ms. Keating has been an integral part of BalletX since the Company’s founding in 2005. As a dancer with the […]

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BalletX young choreographic hearts for VDay

BalletX young choreographic hearts for VDay

by Lew Whittington for The Dance Journal Photos by Bill Hebert In the late January deep freeze 50s crooner Nat King Cole’s toasty hit L-O-V-E filled the rooms at the Performance Garage as BalletX dancers worked on jaunty unison for […]

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Sometimes dance is music and music is dance – Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer, Chloe Felesina

Sometimes dance is music and music is dance – Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer, Chloe Felesina

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Photo credit for Chloe Felesina: Alexander Iziliaev Both dance and classical music fans filled the downstairs multi-level World Café on Super Bowl Sunday, no less, for the potent pairing of Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas […]

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