Louisville Ballet Company Dancer Sanjay Saverimuttu hasn’t let studio shutdown keep him from getting creative this summer. Starting in May, when so many of us found ourselves primarily contained to our homes, Sanjay used this time to start an Instagram interview series, done live and then captured for viewing anytime via Louisville Ballet’s Instagram site … Continued
Experience the next stage of dance as Louisville Ballet and our partner, KERTIS, move forward together into the 2020 / 2021 Season of Illumination – a completely digital season. We are on a on a journey, seeking ways to bring dance, art and performance into the future. Our spirit of adventure isn’t new, but this … Continued
Join Louisville Ballet Company dancers Phillip Velinov and Natalia Ashikhmina as they share stories about self isolating at home, distance learning with the family, and their time with Louisville Ballet!Phillip and Natalia have been with Louisville Ballet since 2006. Stay tuned through the end to see some wonderful pictures of the pair through the years! Thank you, Phillip and Natalia, for making this video for us!
Posted by Louisville Ballet on Tuesday, April 28, 2020
Take a trip down Louisville Ballet memory lane with two of our long-time Company Dancers, Natalie Ashikhmina and Phillip Velinov with this made-from-home video filled with images and memories from their time spent together with the Company. Phillip and Natalia have been Louisville Ballet Company Dancers since 2006. Enjoy!
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Posted by Greater Louisville Arts & Culture Alliance on Friday, March 27, 2020
In case you missed it, some of our Company Dancers and production staff collaborated (safely and at a distance) to create this video from their homes just after our studios closed in reaction to the Covid-19 crisis. Thanks to the Greater Louisville Arts & Culture Alliance for posting. Choreography is from “Cold Virtues” by Adam … Continued
A look at the physical demands on a dancer’s body. Physicality of Ballet by Kertis Creative, featuring Louisville Ballet Company Dancers Lexa Daniels, Shelby Shenkman, and Leigh Anne Albrechta.
As part of their 65th Anniversary Season, Louisville Ballet premiered a new Swan Lake – a classical ballet now re-imagined as virtual reality – in the fall of 2016. Artistic & Executive Director, Robert Curan, chose three Louisville-based visual artists – Ryan Daly, Garrett Crabtree and Tiffany Woodard – to help create the designs that, … Continued
Experience a radically beautiful interpretation of this ballet classic. Robert Curran’s SWAN LAKE takes flight Oct. 14-15 ONLY at the historic Brown Theatre. Purchase TICKETS online at kentuckycenter.org or call The Kentucky Center box office at (502) 584-7777. Classical ballet meets laser projection technology for a Louisville Ballet world-premiere experience like you’ve never had before. Choreography … Continued
Footage from this video features music composed and performed by YASSOU, artwork by visual artist and scenic designer Letitia Quesenberry and choreography from Artistic & Executive Director Robert Curran’s world-premiere piece, ‘How They Fade’. Join us for STARS + STRIPES September 9-10 at the Kentucky Center. Purchase your ticket now for this incredible performance experience … Continued
Our 2015-2016 Season was a year of collaboration and new beginnings. And as our Artistic & Executive Director Robert Curran’s first full season of programming for the Company, it was the year that set our course for many years to come. This video captures some of the highlights, especially of our final production, ‘Balanchine’, as … Continued