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Jordan De Pina recently won first place in the senior classical division at the Youth America Grand Prix San Diego regional competition. She heads to Switzerland this month.
Long Beach Ballet Academy is proud to announce that Senior Company Dancer Jordan De Pina has been accepted as one of seven American female ballet dancers to compete at the prestigious Prix de Lausanne in Switzerland February 1-8, 2015.
The Long Beach Ballet will astound audiences this December with multiple performances of The Nutcracker at the Long Beach Terrace Theater on December 14th & 15th, and December 21st & December 22nd.
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The Aquarium of the Pacific and the Long Beach Ballet will present a reprise of their first joint production in November. The ocean-themed ballet Guardians is directed by David Wilcox and choreographed by Johnny Zhong.
Long Beach dancer, 14-year-old Micayla Stone, is the only American accepted into the Royal Ballet School in London.
Long Beach resident and dancer Micayla Stone,14, was recently offered a place at The Royal Ballet School in London.
The Long Beach Ballet will astound audiences this December with multiple performances of The Nutcracker at the Long Beach Terrace Theater on December 15th & 16th, and December 22nd & December 23rd. The 30th Anniversary production will burst with special guest performances and additional surprise treats the entire family will love.
The Aquarium of the Pacific and the Long Beach Ballet will present their first joint production on Friday, October 5 through Sunday, October 7 at 7 p.m.
The ocean-themed ballet, Guardians, is directed by David Wilcox and choreographed by Johnny Zhong.
In celebration of Long Beach Ballet’s 30th Anniversary, the Classical Ballet of Guangzhou from China will perform David Wilcox’s rendition of “Cinderella,” the ballet that he choreographed specifically for this Chinese Ballet company in 2005.
Long Beach Ballet will astound audiences at the Terrace Theater/Long Beach Performing Arts Center this Saturday December 17th,, and Sunday December 18th,with their classic rendition of The Nutcracker. Presented by the Long Beach Ballet, four performances of the celebrated tale are scheduled.
Film, dance, acting, or singing, if your child yearns for the spotlight then camp can be their ticket to a summer of fame.
Whether drama or dancing, summer camp for the performing arts are often filled with the magic of theater and professional instructors that offer children real-world experience about “the business.”
Several teen and youth summer programs promise students in Long Beach a chance to express their creativity this summer.