The Orlando Ballet documentary, Sur Les Pointes, has been chosen to screen as part of the Cannes Short Film Festival this weekend starting September 13.
Enjoy a Christmas classic with the family, when Orlando Ballet and Orlando Philharmonic Present The Nutcracker at Dr. Phillips Center December 17 through 20, 2015.
Filled with thrills and merriment, Orlando Ballet’s annual production of The Nutcracker is a Central Florida holiday tradition. They will be joined by the sounds of a 57-piece orchestra, provided by the Orlando Philharmonic, and led by Dr. John V. Sinclair, artistic director and conductor of the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park.
Orlando Ballet returns to Winter Garden to present Sleeping Beauty at the Garden Theatre the weekend of November 14-15, 2015.
This abbreviated version of the production has been adapted into a one-hour performance in which a wicked fairy casts a spell on the Princess Aurora, who falls into a deep sleep and can only be awakened by the kiss of her prince.
Reason #1436 why I love living in Orlando: Creative City Project, which returns to bring downtown Orlando alive with free art and music Saturday, October 17.
For one night, Orange Ave will be filled with art being brought to life before your very eyes and ears. There will be marching bands and orchestras. There will be aerial acrobatics and dancing. There will be visual artists creating as you watch.
On November 1, Downtown Orlando will come to life with performances and interactive art installations spread across the public spaces of our city center during Creative City Project 2014.
Among the performances you can catch:
All performance spaces are within walking distance, and there will be street performers along the way, too.
Here is a map showing where all of the events will be happening, along with a schedule of performers. For more information, visit the Creative City Project Facebook page.
Ballet fans will want to experience Orlando Ballet Uncorked! at The Abbey on September 24.
This series, in the more intimate setting, includes a night of ballet, with wine, and allows insight into the artistic process and motivations of Orlando Ballet’s Artistic Director Robert Hill.
The performance is followed by a question and answer session with Hill and the dancers.
Tickets are $30 and are available online or by calling 407-426-1739.
In this production, they will be collaborating with the 150 member chorus of the Bach Festival Society, and adding a new choreographed interpretation of the piece. There will also be a live orchestra.
Showtimes are April 12 and 13 at 8pm, and April 14 at 2pm.
Tickets are priced from $20-$90, and are available online and at the box office.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit OrlandoBallet.org.