Three new dancers join Ballet Memphis in 30th season.
Friday, Aug 19, 2016
Meet the new dancers at Ballet Memphis!
OSCAR FERNANDEZ (Dancer) is from the small village of Cantabria in the north of Spain. He began dance training at the age of 14 and moved to Madrid at the a...
Help keep us on our toes: First ever shoe campaign takes to stage with goal of $30,000
Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013
Along with an athlete’s daily training, the right equipment makes for the perfect performance. For a dancer, that’s the shoes. Did you know:
That most of our female dancers wear pointe shoes...
Sometimes a Great Tribute Has Nothing to Do With the Subject By ALASTAIR MACAULAY, New York Times
Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012
October 30, 2012
MEMPHIS — The Mississippi River, famous in song and literature, has also
inspired choreography. At the end of Kansas City Ballet’s “T...
A river runs (vaguely) through it. River Project review by Christopher Blank
Thursday, Oct 25, 2012
The first thing you might expect from Ballet Memphis' "River Project" — a program of three new dances inspired by the Mississippi River — are strong allusions to an actual river.Visual touches such as...
Moods, movement of the Mississippi interpreted in dance By Christopher Blank
Friday, Oct 19, 2012
Of all the things a Memphis dance company could think to use as inspiration for new choreography, the Mississippi River may seem like an instinctive choice.For ages, it has inspired artists, writers, ...
Delta Switching "The River Project" at Playhouse on the Square by Chris Davis
Thursday, Oct 18, 2012
Avulsion. No matter how it's applied, the word means ripping something apart. In the specific case of "The Second Line," choreographer Julia Adam's multifaceted contribution to The River Project for B...