All tagged Rissa May Camaclang
Continuing its mission to bring ballet to the people, Ballet Manila took center stage at the Riverbanks Center in Marikina last July 26, 2019
20 Questions returns with Ballet Manila soloist Rissa May Camaclang.
Tuloy ang Saya-wan marked a successful collaboration between Ballet Manila and Academy One to raise funds for ballet scholarships.
The show aims to raise funds that will help the two groups sustain their respective ballet scholarship programs.
A practice tutu or rehearsal tutu is just the bare half of the bottom part of a tutu.
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.
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.
Asked if they’re ready to work as soloists, the three admit that they are nervous of the pressures that come with the job; but really, more than anything, they are excited.
“I am a girl of doubt. I always restrain myself so easily.”
Eight Ballet Manila dancers are moving up the ranks including two to principal position.
In this YouTube age where one-minute clips of dancers spinning and executing complicated aerial acrobatics account for most people’s exposure to ballet, teaching the young ballerinas to slow down and focus on deliberate movements was a challenge.
Featured in this brief rehearsal clip are principal dancers Joan Emery Sia and Romeo Peralta, soloist Nicole Barroso, and company artist Rissa May Camaclang.
A fun fact about Ballet Manila company artist Nanami Hasegawa is that she never really lived in the country she was born in.
Ballet Manila marked another milestone when it was invited by the Department of Foreign Affairs Office of Asian and Pacific Affairs (DFA-ASPAC) to perform at its event at the National Museum of Natural History on December 10.
Pointe shoes are a type of shoes that allow the dancer to stand on the tips of their toes while being safely supported in both classical and contemporary ballets.
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.
Ballet Manila brings back the thrilling pirate caper Le Corsaire as the second offering in its “Tour de Force” 23rd performance season.
After alternating as the delightful street dancer named Mercedes in Don Quixote, Ballet Manila principal dancer Abigail “Abi” Oliveiro and company artist Rissa May Camaclang have once again turned heads on stage.
Rissa May Camaclang – who started out as a Ballet Manila scholar – says her Papa has always been supportive of her being a ballerina.