Nutcracker Ballet - Lexington (KY)

Performances
GREAT RUSSIAN NUTCRACKER
Singletary Center of Arts
Saturday, November 30, 2019 - 7:00 pm
T: 859.257.4929

The Gift of Christmas Tour Comes to Lexington Saturday, Nov. 30

Moscow Ballet brings the Gift of Christmas Tour to Lexington with Great Russian Nutcracker performances bringing holiday magic to life and creating unforgettable memories for all ages. The company performs at Singletary Center for the Arts on Saturday, Nov. 30, 7 p.m. 

Moscow Ballet makes Christmas gift giving easy with the holiday performance that delights all ages…from the life-sized Kissy Doll to the fierce, red-eyed Rat King; and the Russian Troika Sleigh bringing Masha through the Snow Forest to the Land of Peace and Harmony which is populated with 10 foot tall dancing puppets, exotic flying birds and dancing couples from the world’s five great heritages.

About Host Studio: Gloria Deo School of the Arts

Gloria Deo School of the Arts founder and director, Sarah Henderson, began dancing in 1996 at the age of 6 and received her early dance training at Kentucky Repertoire Dance Theatre. She went on to study at Bluegrass Youth Ballet and there performed several lead roles including Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcrackerand Aurora inThe Sleeping Beauty. Since conception, Ballet Gloria Deo has performed throughout Central Kentucky at major theaters, universities, schools, churches, and retirement homes. The school offers classical dance lessons for children and adults. The most advanced levels of ballet instruction help students prepare for auditions and aid them in applying to professional dance companies.  Whether a child dreams of dancing in the Nutcracker or is simply interested in enriching their life through classical ballet, Gloria Deo School of the Arts has the perfect ballet class and program for everyone. 

About The Otis A. Singletary Center for the Arts at the University of Kentucky

The Otis A. Singletary Center for the Arts at the University of Kentucky first opened in 1979; it acquired its current name in 1987, in honor of Otis A. Singletary, the university’s eighth president and longtime advocate for the performing arts. The venue hosts hundreds of events each year, from student programs and community events to a variety of cultural and performing arts productions.

A part of the College of Fine Arts and essential to the UK School of Music, the Singletary Center for the Arts presents and hosts artistic, cultural and educational events for the University community, Lexington community and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.