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BalletX – Ten Years On

BalletX – Ten Years On

photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal I can still remember the first time I saw BalletX.  It was almost 5 years ago, and I had just moved to Philadelphia. As a relatively inexperienced dance critic […]

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Review – BalletX  Winter Series 2016

Review – BalletX Winter Series 2016

photo by Alexander Iziliaev by Kat Ricter for The Dance Journal If there’s one thing that always impresses me about BalletX, Philadelphia’s home-grown contemporary ballet company, it’s the fact that Founder and Artistic/Executive Director Christine Cox is always trying something […]

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BalletX’s Third Season of Dance eXchange ends with Final Performance at the Prince Theater on Jan 26 & 27th

BalletX’s Third Season of Dance eXchange ends with Final Performance at the Prince Theater on Jan 26 & 27th

Photo: Alexander Iziliaev/Courtesy of BalletX BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, is proud to announce the culmination of its third year of Dance eXchange, the company’s in-school dance education program, in two professional showcases at the Prince Theater. In the 2015-2016 school […]

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BalletX: Sizzling Despite the Snow

BalletX: Sizzling Despite the Snow

by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal BalletX is, to put it frankly, on fire.  Their winter series, which features the contemporary, quirky choreography for which the young company has become known, runs through Sunday providing Philadelphian’s with the perfect […]

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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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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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Matthew Neenan downshifts for ‘There I Was’

Matthew Neenan downshifts for ‘There I Was’

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Earlier this month BalletX dancers Chloe Felesina, Francesca Forcella, Jaime Lennon, Caili Quan, Andrea Yorita had their pointe shoes ready for a  rehearsal for Matthew Neenan’s ballet There I Was. It is on […]

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Fonte muses in time for Beautiful Decay

Fonte muses in time for Beautiful Decay

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal photo by Marcia Breuer BalletX artistic directors Christine Cox and Matthew Neenan like to work with choreographers who push the company in different directions and this approach has been key in building their […]

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Three World Premieres by diverse choreographers for BalletX’s Spring Series 2013

Three World Premieres by diverse choreographers for BalletX’s Spring Series 2013

BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, continues its 2012-2013 Season with a showcase of three exciting World Premieres on April 17 – 21, 2013 at The Wilma Theater, where BalletX has enjoyed its honored status as the Resident Dance Company for […]

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