photo credit Alexander Iziliaev BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, will reprise Sunset, o639 Hours for the launch of its 11th Season at The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, including 7 performances, November 16-20, 2016. Sunset, o639 Hours is a full-length ballet that has traveled the United States […]Read more ›
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Starting on Wednesday, July 6 through Sunday, July 17, 2016, BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, will present an extended two-week run of itsSummer Series 2016 at The Wilma Theater. The Summer Series brings together two powerhouse choreographers, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Matthew Neenan, with virtual art shop Klip […]Read more ›
Photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev by Lewis J Whittington for The Dance Journal During the curtain-calls for the cast of Matthew Neenan’s “Archiva” with its themes of the seasons of a dancer’s life still floating at the May 15 matinee performance […]Read more ›
Pennsylvania Ballet and Artistic Director Angel Corella will take audiences on a classical yet modern journey with works by three choreographers in A Program of Firsts. George Balanchine’s Serenade, Liam Scarlett’s Asphodel Meadows, and a much anticipated World Premiere from […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet and the Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, continues its tradition of world premiere choreography in its 10th Anniversary Season. Winter Series 2016 (February 10-14) will feature unique works by three distinctive choreographic voices — Trey McIntyre, […]Read more ›
by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Pennsylvania Ballet’s mid-winter bill is carry over programming by former director Roy Kaiser, but new artistic director Angel Corella was able to take full advantage of works by George Balanchine, Christopher Wheeldon and […]Read more ›