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Philadelphia, PA

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Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker 2015  
Friday, December 04, 2015 - 7:30 pm alt
Tower Theater
Suggested parking: 69th & Ludlow, Upper Darby, PA 19082. Buy parking in advance HERE
 

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Tickets on sale for Moscow Ballet’s celebrated Great Russian Nutcracker  at Philadelphia’s  Tower Theatre Fri, Dec 4th


altTickets on sale in Philadelphia for Moscow Ballet’s celebrated Great Russian Nutcracker at Tower Theatre on Friday December 4, 7:30pm. 

The ultimate holiday tradition for the youngest to the seniors in every family, seeing Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker creates holiday memories that last a lifetime. Moscow Ballet’s company of almost 40 dancers is the only internationally touring ballet group to perform to critical acclaim in over 75 North American cities annually. The renowned, award-winning principal dancers and corps de ballet thrill audiences with their expertise, dramatic expression and stunning leaps, drops and turns. The production is known for its dedication to world peace placing Act II in the “Land of Peace and Harmony,” featuring a cannon that shoots roses and a stunning 2-dancer “Dove of Peace” with a 20’ wingspan. All ages feel the spirit of the season at Great Russian Nutcracker performances through the beauty of romantic hand-sewn costumes, 9 shimmering backdrops with authentic splashes of Russian history and fanciful effects such as; life-sized Matrushka (Nesting) Dolls; a 3-headed Rat King and a Troika Sleigh ride through the magical Snow Forest (with falling snow) escorted by Father Christmas and Snow Maiden.

Tickets start at $30.00. Groups of ten or more and Girl Scout troops receive discounts by calling 800-320-1733. Seniors 65+, Military and AAA discounts are available at the theater box office with appropriate identification. For Gold Circle Gift Package and single tickets call Ticketmaster 800-745-3000 or go to www.nutcracker.com/buy-tickets.


Moscow Ballet announces auditions for local student dancers to perform beside the pros in Great Russian Nutcracker!


altMoscow Ballet announces open auditions auditions on Wed, Aug 26, 12noon and Sat, Sep 12, 12noon for local student dancers, boys and girls, ages 7 to 16 years. Selected children will perform beside the professional company in the Great Russian Nutcracker Fri, Dec 4 at Tower Theatre.The auditions will be at Moscow Ballet local host dance studio Pennsylvania School of Performing Arts, 2324 2nd Street Pike, Newton, PA 18940.

Student dancers must have at least one year of ballet training, dress in dance attire and may bring Pointe shoes. Moscow Ballet’s “Dance with Us” program, in its 23rd year, selects student dancers to perform ancillary roles of Party Children, Mice, Snowflakes, Angels, and more. Audition Director Olga Aru  will be in town for several days to lead the audition and to rehearse the selected student dancers. “The true highlight of the night was seeing all the Calgary children who... should be congratulated for their very skilled and enthusiastic participation. It really brought the idea home that the Great Russian Nutcracker is a wonderful chance for children to be in a full-length production and experience first-hand an authentic classical ballet from this uniquely Russian company of remarkable performers,” Calgary Herald, 2014. Register at www.nutcracker.com/youth-auditions/sign-up-to-audition. Tickets and more info at www.nutcracker.com.

For 20 years, Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts, voted the # 1 Best Dance Studio in Bucks County, has served as Bucks County's premier training ground for young dancers and performers.  The award-winning school offers professional-level training in an encouraging, nurturing, and family-like studio environment.PSPA is best known for its renowned young children's dance "Creative" program offering fun classes in The Angelina Ballerina Dance Academy, ballet, hip hop, tap, and Broadway-style jazz, as well as its high quality pre-professional training that has gone on to produce some of Broadway and ballet's top performers today! With class offerings in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, contemporary, modern, voice, and acting taught by industry top professionals, there are endless opportunities to explore for dancers of all ages!


Musical Wunderkind Hae Lee Sue premieres with Moscow Ballet Principal Ballerina in Philadelphia


altFourteen-year-old Juilliard School Pre-College Violist and current student at Curtis Institute of Music, HaeSue Lee started playing the Viola at the age of eight. By nine years old, she entered the Juilliard Pre-College Program with Toby Appel as her mentor. During her time at Juilliard, she won First Place in the New York International Music Competition as well as in the Alex & Buono International String Competition to play at the Weill Hall of Carnegie Hall. HaeSue also performed with New York Ensemble 212 with YoonJae Lee at the Kaufmann Center. HaeSue relocated to Seoul, South Korea in 2010 and continued her viola studies with SoonWha Oh at the Korea National University of the Arts. During this time in Korea, HaeSue won first place in numerous competitions, in which she was acclaimed for her passionate performances. In 2011, Hae-Sue was invited to perform as part of a trio at the Korean President’s “Blue House” session to perform for the visiting King of Malaysia. She was subsequently invited to perform at the Malaysian International Children Arts Festival. HaeSue also performed in the Kumho Prodigy Solo Concert in Seoul, Korea and the Sun Rising Matine Classic Solo Recital at the Korean Culture Center in Paris, France. In 2012, HaeSue was invited to the Dubai Emirates International Peace Music Festival for Young Virtuosos. In 2013 at the age of thirteen, HaeSue performed the Concerto Competition Winner’s Performance at the GMMFS in Korea. HaeSue has since relocated to Philadelphia and is honored to have been admitted to the Curtis Institute of Music and is currently taught by Roberto Diaz and HsinYun Huang.


altIt all started early one summer in 1972 when the first concert and sold out show took place at the Tower Theater. The day after the show, a reviewer from the Philadelphia Daily News wrote, "Philly Finally has its Fillmore," referring to the famous Fillmore East in New York.

Over the next few years, The Tower quickly grew a reputation as having its finger on the "pulse" of what was happening in music.

 

 

 

 


 

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