AUGUST FEATURES A
ON OUR COMMUNITY!
Check us out on Instagram and Facebook all month long as we celebrate members of our Ballaro Dance family!
August will feature a "Summer Spotlight" series hosting guest classes, workshops, and pop-ups from artists, collaborators, advisors, and audience members from our amazing community.
We will spread the love as we close out the summer with moments to SEE, MOVE, & SHARE with the talents and knowledge of our community!
Join us this month!
Join us on Thursday, July 16 for a FREE collaborative class co-taught by Marisa f. Ballaro and Kaitlin Simonson, Artistic Director of Lux Mea Women's Chorus!
Part voice and part body, we will explore the connection of sound and movement. No singing or dance experience is needed to attend this workshop.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for link to Zoom.
SEE: Ballaro Dance On The Big Screen
Friday, May 29 -- 8pm EST on Zoom
Join us for our first-ever virtual concert!
We'll take a tour through the Ballaro Dance archives and have a Q&A to follow with the choreographer, Marisa.
Grab a seat on your sofa, and we'll SEE you for this special evening of dance.
RSVP to email@example.com.
Check out our
SHARE tab for details
on how to join us for
For Dance Educators
Tuesday, May 12
All are welcome!
We've been thinking about our Ballaro Dance family the past few weeks, and we hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy. We'd love to stay connected, and here's how:
YAPPY HOUR: With The Ballaro Dance Community
Monday, April 27
6:00pm - 8:00pm EST on Zoom
Stop by to say hi, or stay the whole time!
MOVE With Ballaro Dance
Join us for a Company Class warm-up on
Thursday, April 23 & Thursday, April 30
5:00pm - 6:00pm EST on Zoom
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom link to SHARE at Yappy
Hour, MOVE in Company Class, or to join us for both! All are welcome.
Stay home. Stay safe. Stay connected.
Ballaro Dance is a New York City based modern dance company performing the work of Marisa f. Ballaro.
The dances are about physical space, music, and time. Small gestures are brought to life while making meaning through storytelling.