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Continuing its mission to bring ballet to the people, Ballet Manila took center stage at the Riverbanks Center in Marikina last July 26, 2019
Tuloy ang Saya-wan marked a successful collaboration between Ballet Manila and Academy One to raise funds for ballet scholarships.
Ballet Manila joined the nation in celebrating the Philippine Independence Day through a dance concert organized by the National Commission on Culture and the Arts and the SM Mall of Asia.
18. Smile! Laugh! Have a sense of humor.
To Piqué is to describe a movement where a transfer of weight occurs.
In a society that worships love, freedom, and beauty, dance is sacred. It is a prayer for the future, a remembrance of the past and a joyful exclamation of thanks for the present.
Evidently, Pia and Mark are up to the challenge of being Ballet Manila’s principals, as well as any task that would take them beyond their comfort zones.
While he is not yet leaving the company, Rudy De Dios will be relinquishing his position as principal dancer when the next season begins in September.
16. Learn to listen – to the music, to your body, to your teachers, to your partners and yes, to your critics.
Eight Ballet Manila dancers are moving up the ranks including two to principal position.
In this clip are some of the most memorable moments of Deux.
All sorts of surprises have been thrown at Jessica Pearl Dames’ way ever since preparations for Deux, Ballet Manila’s season finale, started.
Much like his previous collaborations with Ballet Manila, The Winding Road – which will premiere in the company’s season finale Deux – is very close to his heart, especially since the songs used is music he began listening to as a boy
20 Questions returns with Ballet Manila soloist Jasmine Pia Dames.
The Aliw Awards Foundation named Ballet Manila artistic director Lisa Macuja-Elizalde as the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Two years since its premiere, prima ballerina Lisa Macuja-Elizalde's Cinderella returned to the stage and enchanted its audience once again.
Ballet Manila artistic director Lisa Macuja-Elizalde is excited over the return of Cinderella, her first full-length choreography which premiered in 2016.
Three shows, two new Medoras and Gulnaras, all in one weekend
What gives this adventure ballet its heart is the friendship between the two female leads: Medora and Gulnara.
Pia says the pirate ballet also demands its female leads to be completely warmed up as soon as they enter the stage.