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Katherine Barkman was so thrilled when the plane touched down that she could only think of one thing: She was home, finally.
The show aims to raise funds that will help the two groups sustain their respective ballet scholarship programs.
If the journey of the Vaganova ballet method were to be charted from its beginnings in Russia, it would show an unlikely destination in the Philippines that then branches out to other points in the Asia-Pacific region.
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 brings back the thrilling pirate caper Le Corsaire as the second offering in its “Tour de Force” 23rd performance season.
Dance is for everybody. I believe that the dance came from the people and that it should always be delivered back to the people.
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.”
In this episode, we caught up with resident guest artist Katherine Barkman before she left for Jackson, Mississippi to compete in the USA International Ballet Competition.
4. Family support is essential!
To celebrate Mother’s Day, we asked some of Ballet Manila’s artists to share the most important lesson they learned from their mom and what this special woman in their lives has meant to them.
As the literary world commemorates the 402nd death anniversary of William Shakespeare, Ballet Manila celebrates his genius by remembering the company's performances of one of his most-beloved plays: Romeo and Juliet.
Seventy-five dancers from all over the Philippines will participate in the Asian Grand Prix International Ballet Competition Regionals being held for the first time in Manila