Ballet Spartanburg and COVID-19

Postponed: The Write Moves, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ballet & Bond on Wall Street


 A new season for everyone. 

Ballet Spartanburg' s 2019/2020 performance season is exciting, new and filled with fun for everyone. In October, the season begins with the epic ballet of The Snow Queen, a Frozen Adventure, based on Hans Christian Anderson's fairytale and of course, the foundation for the Disney mega animated film, FROZEN. This ballet will delight the entire family. Ballet Spartanburg is the first ballet company in South Carolina to present, The Snow Queen, so join us for this premiere. Next, our season swings right into Spartanburg's Christmas holiday family tradition, The Nutcracker in December. In February, enjoy Chopin, Champagne and Ballet in our Ballet Spartanburg's studios with Embrace 2:14. Under the direction of choreographer, Lona Gomez, this one-hour evening will leave you breathless with the beauty of the classical genius Chopin's music, the elegance of ballet and the enchantment of the evening's setting with candlelight, champagne and hors d'oeuvres. In March, The DanSynergy Series continues to explore collaborations with community artists and musicians. This season, The Write Moves will bring the art of the written word to the stage in collaboration with The Hub City Writers Project and Hub City Press as well as the some of Spartanburg's fabulous physicians, who love to show everyone their rock and roll skills on the stage.  In April, we present the last ballet of the season, A Midsummer's Night Dream. Shakespeare’s most famous, lighthearted and funny tale of young love, is full of magical beings, mischief and mayhem.  #embracetheseason      #lovewhereyoudance      #balletspartanburg           



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Ballet Spartanburg Receives 2018
Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award

Ballet Spartanburg has received the 2018 Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award. This award is given each year by the South Carolina Arts Commission to recognize exemplary artists and arts organizations for the State of South Carolina. “Each recipient of these Verner Awards is an outstanding ambassador for our state and contributes greatly not just to the arts community, but the overall quality of life.  As the Arts Commission nears completion of its 50th anniversary celebration, we are honored to recognize organizations and individuals who live out the service, commitment and passion that helped the arts here thrive throughout the last half century." S.C. Arts Commission Chairman Henry Horowitz.

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