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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.
You have to love dancing to stick to it. It gives you nothing back, no manuscripts to store away, no paintings to show on walls and maybe hang in museums, no poems to be printed and sold, nothing but that single fleeting moment when you feel alive.
The show aims to raise funds that will help the two groups sustain their respective ballet scholarship programs.
With the celebration of Father’s Day today, seven Ballet Manila artists take a breather from their classes and rehearsals to talk about that one man who has played such a huge part in their lives.
Second of a series: Inspired by the 10-year challenge, the Ballet Manila Archives searched for images featuring some of the company’s artists during their earlier dancing days and more recent ones showing what they look like today.
“Isn’t it awful to be compared to others? But I like it!”
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.
Featured in this brief rehearsal clip are principal dancers Joan Emery Sia and Romeo Peralta, soloist Nicole Barroso, and company artist Rissa May Camaclang.
As it welcomes a new year, Ballet Manila celebrates the highlights of 2018,
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.
When she finally processed that she was going to dance Gulnara in a full-length production of Le Corsaire, she had goosebumps all over.
Ballet Manila brings back the thrilling pirate caper Le Corsaire as the second offering in its “Tour de Force” 23rd performance season.
12. A true partnership is built on trust.
An invitation from the Karmiel Dance Festival led Ballet Manila to its first-ever performance in Israel.
9. Falling down is part of dancing, part of living!