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As it welcomes a new year, Ballet Manila celebrates the highlights of 2018,
Three shows, two new Medoras and Gulnaras, all in one weekend
Ballet Manila has performed the full-length Le Corsaire as part of its regular season on seven occasions.
Ballet Manila brings back the thrilling pirate caper Le Corsaire as the second offering in its “Tour de Force” 23rd performance season.
Completing the unique two-part offering of its 23rd season-opener is Iconic 2.0 - a collection of choreographies that are considered as signature pieces of Ballet Manila.
Australian choreographer Simon Hoy’s choreography The Distance Between has, true to its title, come a long way.
Starting June 2018, Katherine became a resident guest principal of Ballet Manila, transitioning from her principal dancer status in the last three years.
In an evening of diversity in dance, the American Stars Gala brought together some of the most noted names in ballet from the United States with the accomplished dancers of Ballet Manila.
Two weeks in Jackson, Mississippi proved to be an historic occasion for Ballet Manila.
Ballet Manila resident guest principal artist Katherine Barkman was named silver medalist and company artist Nicole Barroso bagged a Jury Encouragement Award.
Ballet Manila brings together an exquisite fusion of East and West as it showcases the immense talent of some of today’s brightest and fastest-rising Asian and American dance artists in “American Stars Gala.”
The second full-length ballet of Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, Snow White brings to life this classic fairytale for the holidays.
Lisa Macuja-Elizalde was still wrapping up work last year on Cinderella, her first full-length ballet, when the idea for her next choreography struck her. That early, she already knew she wanted to create her own version of Snow White.
Between the spark of an idea and the lavish stage production are months of planning, preparation, construction, and rehearsals.
Ballet Manila artists are going places quite literally as a number of them have been invited to perform in a variety of engagements abroad.
Principal dancer Katherine Barkman and guest artist Joseph Phillips share their thoughts on random Snow White-related stuff including princely gestures and fairytale moments.
Top advertising photographer G-nie Arambulo took time out from her busy schedule to pursue her other passion: ballet. Not on stage, however, but still behind the camera
After last year’s magical production of her own version of Cinderella, Lisa Macuja-Elizalde steps into her choreographer’s shoes once more, breathing life to another beloved fairy tale in Snow White.
Revisit this breath-taking classic in this montage of photographs featuring the highlights of the last two weekends.
Costumes are an essential ingredient to the beauty of classical ballet.