Moscow Ballet

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Performances

Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker 2014  
Sunday, December 21, 2014 - 3:00 pm alt
Sunday, December 21, 2014 - 7:00 pm alt
The Wiltern Theatre  

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Moscow Ballet’s award-winning dancers bring the holiday season to life in Los Angeles, CA !


altMoscow Ballet’s acclaimed Great Russian Nutcracker will be at The Wiltern Theatre on Sunday, December 21st at 3:00 PM, & 7:00 PM.

Exclusive to the Great Russian Nutcracker is the stunning Dove of Peace, with 20ft wingspan, and created by 2 dancers moving as one; Russian folk legends Father Christmas/Ded Moroz and Snow Maiden/Snegurochka who escort Masha and Nutcracker Prince to the Land of Peace and Harmony; life-sized Matrushka Dolls; and whimsical 10ft tall silk puppets. New in 2014 is an authentic Russian Christmas puppet play and Masha’s magical Toy Cabinet. Wearing intricately detailed costumes, many with shimmering Swarovski crystals, the award-winning principal dancers and corps de ballet bring Tchaikovsky’s master score and the holiday season to life!

Groups of ten or more and Girl Scout troops receive discounts; call 800-320-1733. For VIP and single tickets call Ticketmaster 800-345-7000 or go to www.nutcracker.com/buy-tickets


Local Audition Information Coming Soon for Moscow  Ballet's 2014 Performances!


altBeverly Hills Ballerina and Dance Academy is located in the heart of Beverly Hills. The Academy offers a variety of dance styles for ages 18 months to 18 years of age in a professional and recreational environment. The highly trained teachers focus on self-esteem and positive reinforcement for young dancers. The studio first teaches the necessary fundamentals for: Classical Ballet, Lyrical, Modern, Contemporary, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Rhythmic and Dance Gymnastics. Once the building blocks of dance are learned, then the magic, imagination, and expression of dance can truly be developed. Studio programs emphasize self-confidence, fitness, self-awareness, self-expression and performance skills.


“Musical Wunderkind” the South Bay Children's Choir (SBCC) performs live in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker as part of the ballet’s arts enrichment program and mission.


altMusical Wunderkind” the South Bay Children's Choir (SBCC) performs live in Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker as part of the ballet’s arts enrichment program and mission.The local boys and girls perform the vocal accompaniment, written for children’s voices, to the melodic “Waltz of the Snowflakes” at the end of Act I. The SBCC welcomes patrons by performing their repertoire in the lobby before curtain.

The South Bay Children's Choir (SBCC) is a select group of talented young singers sponsored by El Camino College (ECC) in Torrance, California. Comprised of over 125 boys and girls ranging in age from 7 to 17, these young singers come from over 25 communities in the Los Angeles and South Bay areas, from Long Beach to the south and Santa Monica to the north. Co-founded in 1996 by Artistic Director Diane Simons and the late Dr. Jane Hardester, the choir performs annually in the Marsee Auditorium at El Camino College, and has appeared at many other venues throughout the southland, including Royce Hall at UCLA, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in the Los Angeles Music Center, Segerstrom Hall in Orange County, and the Armstrong Theater in Torrance.  Artistic Director Simons earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music at UCLA and has conducted choirs at both high school and elementary school levels, as well as teaching voice. She presents workshops both for singers and for teachers and has been active as musical director for community theater. She is an active member of the American Choral Directors Association, and is serving a six-year term on the Western Division Board as representative of Children and Youth Choirs.


"Elegant... Expansive... Brimful with feeling."
New York Times


altOriginally the Warner Brothers Western Theater when it first opened in 1931, the Wiltern Theatre reopened as such a few years later. The theater was sold in 1956, and by the late 1970s the building had fallen into disrepair—a local group of historic preservationists saved the building from demolition on two occassionas.

Following several years of renovations, the theater reopened to the public in 1985. Today, the Wiltern hosts live performances and concerts, as well as televised events and has served as a location for several feature films.


 

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