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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.
“Ang every day goal is to be better than yesterday.”
In his welcome remarks, Ambassador Haneda congratulated Ballet Manila on the success of its recently concluded 23rd season, saying how fortunate he was to have watched the final show, Deux, and to have seen the five Japanese dancers perform in it.
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.
An invitation from the Karmiel Dance Festival led Ballet Manila to its first-ever performance in Israel.
While it's enough for most parents to assure that their sons and daughters make it to their dance training, there are those who choose to do more to support their children's dreams.
Ballet Manila received a silver prize for Gerardo Francisco’s Muro-Ami and the Best Dance Artist award for Nicole Barroso in the International Dance Festival 2017 held in Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam.
Ballet Manila is headed to Vietnam to participate in the Vietnam International Dance Festival to be held from September 15 to 23 in Ninh Binh Province.
For Marinette Franco, High Strung accurately captures the challenges of being a ballet dancer – how hard it is to get in, to maintain what one has and to do everything just to be able to do what one loves.
This step in classical ballet means to Develop in Second Position on a Rise.
Brian Ramos Sevilla won the silver medal in the Junior B category of the 2017 Asian Grand Prix held in Hong Kong.
Ballet Manila is fielding twelve dancers in the 2017 Asian Grand Prix (AGP) International Ballet Competition, to be held on August 7 to 11 at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
Strong, fierce, beautiful – these are characteristics that the female corps of Ballet Manila share with the women warriors of Gerardo Francisco's Ibong Adarna.
Ballet Manila 2’s Joshua Enciso, a first-timer in Beijing, says even just walking down a street was already a treat.
Has it been a year? Ballet Manila remembers 2016 in pictures.
In the year that it marked its 21st anniversary, Ballet Manila continued to make its presence felt in the local and international dance scenes.
Bringing home four awards, four scholarships and four sponsorships made for a most unforgettable weekend in the Ballet Manila calendar for 2016.
Ballet Manila happily welcomed back its four student-delegates to the recently concluded 2016 Beijing Dance Performance Series for Dance Schools.
Ballet Manila made a near-sweep of the CCP Ballet Competition’s Junior Category.
Twenty-two Ballet Manila dancers have made it to the Cultural Center of the Philippines Ballet Competition 2016.