Ballet Arizona Archives

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“Self-portrait: Distanced” by Roddy MacInnes is among the artworks included in the new “Socially Distanced” exhibition at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.   Arts events are back! If you’re curious about what’s going on in the local arts community, we’ve curated a list of what’s new and noteworthy this month, from season openings to new exhibits and upcoming shows. Madison Center for the Arts Offers Free Tickets to First Responders for First Broadway Show According to its mission statement, the Madison Center aims to...

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The dancers in Ballet Arizona pull off impressive pirouettes, and because of the coronavirus pandemic, they’re pulling off proverbial pivots, too. The organization’s virtual season continues with two new livestreams – Inspire and The Nutcracker Suite. Starting November 7 at 7 p.m., Inspire encompasses four new original ballet works by Ballet Arizona choreographers: “Pas de Sept” (company premiere) by August Bournonville, “Pacopepepluto” by Alejandro Cerrudo, “Inner Layers Pas de Deux” by Nayon Iovino and “Goldberg...

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