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- Swan Lake 2018
2021/2022 Season > Photo Gallery > 2017/2018 Swan Lake 2018 Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu LAB Ensemble Bianca Bulle & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle & LAB Ensemble Petra Conti, Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu LAB Ensemble Bianca Bulle & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle & LAB Ensemble Petra Conti, Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu LAB Ensemble Bianca Bulle & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Petra Conti & Kenta Shimizu Bianca Bulle & LAB Ensemble Petra Conti, Kenta Shimizu Christensen and Neary after Petipa & Ivanov / Tchaikovsky Previous Gallery Next Gallery All photos by Reed Hutchinson Click on image for a fullscreen presentation.
- The Nutcracker 2016
2021/2022 Season > Photo Gallery > 2016/2017 The Nutcracker 2016 SarahAnne Perel, Zheng Hua Li & LAB Ensemble SarahAnne Perel & Javier Moya Romero Bianca Bulle, Dustin True & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani Joshua Brown SarahAnne Perel Elizabeth Claire Walker & LAB Ensemble Robert Mulvey, Jeongkon Kim & Samuel Akins Julia Cinquemani & Tigran Sargsyan Allyssa Bross & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani & Kenta Shimizu SarahAnne Perel, Zheng Hua Li & LAB Ensemble SarahAnne Perel & Javier Moya Romero Bianca Bulle, Dustin True & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani Joshua Brown SarahAnne Perel Elizabeth Claire Walker & LAB Ensemble Robert Mulvey, Jeongkon Kim & Samuel Akins Julia Cinquemani & Tigran Sargsyan Allyssa Bross & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani & Kenta Shimizu SarahAnne Perel, Zheng Hua Li & LAB Ensemble SarahAnne Perel & Javier Moya Romero Bianca Bulle, Dustin True & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani Joshua Brown SarahAnne Perel Elizabeth Claire Walker & LAB Ensemble Robert Mulvey, Jeongkon Kim & Samuel Akins Julia Cinquemani & Tigran Sargsyan Allyssa Bross & LAB Ensemble Julia Cinquemani & Kenta Shimizu Who Cares? – Balanchine / Gershwin Previous Gallery Next Gallery All photos by Reed Hutchinson Click on image for a fullscreen presentation.
- Public Relations | Los Angeles Ballet
Public Relations Shari Mesulam , The Mesulam Group For Public Relations inquiries and information, please contact Company Press Releases READ NOW Press Releases 2022/2023 SEASON REQUEST ACCESS Press Photos firstname.lastname@example.org 2022/2023 Season > Public Relations Public Relations LAB OUTREACH PROGRAM A Chance to Dance (ACTD) ACTD is presented two Sundays each month during Los Angeles Ballet’s season at LAB Center. LAB dancers teach free ballet classes, alternative dance/fitness classes, and more! All ages are welcome. VIEW ACTD SCHEDULE LOS ANGELES BALLET 2022/2023 Season Los Angeles Ballet is delighted to offer a season of breathtaking contemporary masterworks, Los Angeles and LAB Premieres, a World Premiere from Melissa Barak - LAB’s new Artistic Director, and LA’s holiday tradition, The Nutcracker. Subscriptions On Sale Now. DOWNLOAD SEASON BROCHURE
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- Nutcracker Tea FAQ | Los Angeles Ballet
FAQ Nutcracker Tea! FAQ Nutcracker Tea! How many Total Guests are at each performance? Capacity is reduced by approximately 20% this year Current layout is for 94 seats, with a maximum capacity of 108 We anticipate having no more than 120 individuals (including staff and dancers) in the Ballroom at one time Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Beverly Hills November 20 & 21 Occupancy Is this an Indoor Event? – Yes! As in the past, Nutcracker Tea! will take place inside the 2nd Floor Astor Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria, Beverly Hills Guests will ride an elevator to the 2nd Floor and be escorted directly to their designated table Your table will include only your guests (see below) Access to Upstairs Lobby will be limited Seating What is the Maximum Number household/pod seated at one table? There will be only one party seated at each table Upon arrival, guests will be escorted directly to their table What are the Sizes of the tables ? There are 3 sizes of tables: Bistro Table can seat 1, 2 or 3 guests 6ft Banquet Table can seat 4, 5, or 6 guests 66” Round Gala Table can seat 7, 8, 9, or 10 guests Social Distancing How is LAB Managing Traffic Flow and providing for social distancing this year? Upon entrance, guests will be escorted directly to their assigned tables Crafts will be done at your table (see below) Before the program, children will be invited up to the stage, and each will have a special spot upon which to sit and watch Are we doing Crafts this year? Yes! This year we are eliminating the craft room – but not the crafts! Crafts will be wrapped individually and placed at your place-setting for each child (or adult who wants one) to create at their seat Materials will not be shared There will be no glue or mess How will LAB manage social distancing during Boutique, Shopping, Mystery Boxes, Pics with Santa & Nutcracker characters, etc? The lobby area is where many activities take place Access to lobby will be controlled Will LAB invite children up to the Stage for Performance? As in the past, before the dance portion of the program, children will be invited up to the stage Each child will have a special spot upon which to sit and watch the performance excerpts from The Nutcracker Will children be allowed to Dance with the Characters from The Nutcracker this year? Artistic Directors, Colleen and Thordal are strategizing the safest way to enable your children to interact with the LAB dancers Personal Safety LAB and Waldorf Astoria, BH will adhere to the most current COVID 19 mandates as assigned by the State and County. Please visit current guidelines at https://coronavirus.lacity.org Will we be required to wear Masks? At this time, we anticipate that masks will be required for all guests and staff You will be able to remove your mask while sitting at your table Will we be required to show Proof of Vaccination or Negative COVID test? Proof of Vaccination or negative test within 72 hours of event may be required in accordance with the CDC Guidelines Air Filtration What Air Filtration System is used at the Waldorf Astoria, Beverly Hills? Below are the Air Filtration Steps the Waldorf Astoria, BH uses to ensure safety: Outside fresh air first enters through air-handler system located on rooftop The rooftop air-handler unit uses two-stage filtration. MERV 8 pre-filter traps 90% of airborne particles, followed by MERV 13 final filter which traps 98% of airborne particles Event Space: Fresh air from rooftop air-handler (MERV 13) is supplied to event space and is mixed with fresh air from additional filters (MERV 8). Each space has dedicated filters and do not interconnect Guest Rooms : Fresh air from rooftop air-handler (MERV 13) is supplied to guestroom and is mixed with fresh air from additional filter located above balcony doors (MERV 8). Each guestroom has dedicated filters and do not interconnect with other guestrooms
- 2014/2015 Photo Gallery | The Los Angeles Ballet
2014/2015 Photo Gallery Swan Lake The Nutcracker The Sleeping Beauty Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2 The Moors Pavane Sechs Tänze 2022/2023 Season > Photo Gallery > 2014/2015
- The Nutcracker | Los Angeles Ballet
The Nutcracker The Nutcracker is the city’s holiday tradition perfect for celebrating the season. Set to Tchaikovsky’s iconic score, Los Angeles Ballet stays true to the traditions of the holiday story with some surprises! This production is set in 1912 Los Angeles. Throughout the five scenes in two acts are hints and tastes of Southern California - a Spanish style home, calla lilies, bougainvillea, the snowy forests of the Sierras, Venice archways, a moonlit Pacific Ocean and more! The Nutcracker appears in theaters across Southern California, including the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. VIEW the open children's audition at Dolby Theatre. Choreography by Christensen/Neary, Music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky Perfomance Schedule On Sale Now! Royce Hall, UCLA Dolby Theatre Los Angeles Ballet Orchestra Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center Alex Theatre Saturday, December 3 – 6 p.m. Sunday, December 4 – 2 p.m. Saturday, December 10 – 12 p.m. Friday, December 16 – 8 p.m. Sunday, December 11 – 12 p.m. Saturday, December 17 – 12 p.m. Sunday, December 18 – 5 p.m. Thursday, December 22 - 2 p.m. Friday, December 23 - 8 p.m. Friday, Decmber 23 - 2 p.m. Saturday, December 10 – 5 p.m. Saturday, December 17 – 5 p.m. Sunday, December 18 – 12 p.m. Saturday December 24 – 12 p.m., Monday, December 26 – 2 p.m. "...The Nutcracker...distinctive, inspired!..." Los Angeles Times "FOUR STARS" "...Breathtaking effortless lifts..." Los Angeles Daily News BECOME A SUBSCRIBER I WANT TO RENEW 2022/2023 Season > The Nutcracker DECEMBER 3–26, 2022 The Nutcracker Christensen/Neary | Tchaikovsky View Full Season An Evening of Christopher Wheeldon EXCLUSIVE LAB Orchestra at Dolby Theatre Experience Tchaikovsky's spectacular score LIVE exclusively at Dolby Theatre during The Nutcracker December 22-26, 2022. Add The Nutcracker at Dolby Theatre to any subscription. SUBSCRIBE LOS ANGELES BALLET 2022/2023 Season Los Angeles Ballet is delighted to offer a season of breathtaking contemporary masterworks, Los Angeles and LAB Premieres, a World Premiere from Melissa Barak - LAB’s new Artistic Director, and LA’s holiday tradition, The Nutcracker. Subscriptions On Sale Now. DOWNLOAD SEASON BROCHURE
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- Artistic & Administrative Staff | Los Angeles Ballet
Executive Director Brandon Lussier ABOUT Director of Development Rachel Malkenhorst ABOUT Director of Audience Development Julia Rivera ABOUT Box Office Manager Eric Gonzalez ABOUT Production Manager Kirsten Turkle ABOUT Music Supervisor Ali Rezaei ABOUT Adminsitrative Associate Lindsay Rosenboom ABOUT Staff LAB OUTREACH PROGRAM A Chance to Dance (ACTD) ACTD is presented two Sundays each month during Los Angeles Ballet’s season at LAB Center. LAB dancers teach free ballet classes, alternative dance/fitness classes, and more! All ages are welcome. VIEW ACTD SCHEDULE 2022/2023 SEASON Dancers Los Angeles Ballet presents a company of outstanding dancers from local communities and around the world. Learn about each of LAB’s dance artists. LEARN MORE 2022/2023 Season > Staff
- Become a Subscriber | Los Angeles Ballet
Please select the Subscription Included a ticket to The Nutcracker, Bloom and The Sleeping Beauty First Name Last Name Email Phone Number Address Choose 2 Subscription Select Bloom The Sleeping Beauty What Section of the House are you interested in? Section A – Center Orchestra Section B – Front Orchestra, Prime Balcony Section C – Main Orchestra, Balcony Circle Section D – Orchestra Ring, Balcony Center Section E – Balcony Side, Rear Balcony, Rear Orchestra Undecided Number of Adults Number of Children Please include any additional information and any special accommodations such as wheelchair seating. SUBMIT Full Season Subscription Thank you for your request to Subscribe to the 2021/2022 Season. Please provide the following information and the Los Angeles Ballet Box Office will contact you to assist you with your Subscription details. DOWNLOAD SEASON BROCHURE Become a Subscriber 2021/2022 Season > Subscribe > Become a Subscriber
- 2016/2017 Photo Gallery | The Los Angeles Ballet
2016/2017 Photo Gallery Modernist The Nutcracker Balanchine 2022/2023 Season > Photo Gallery > 2016/2017
- History | Los Angeles Ballet
LAB History 2022/2023 Season > LAB History To perform outstanding classical and modern ballets that set the standard for dance in Los Angeles, nationally and internationally. To passionately pursue innovation and creativity in performances. To preserve the best choreographic work of the past and become the impetus for the best choreography yet to come. To be an instrument of hope, healing and joy, sharing the gift of dance with the broadest possible audience and in particular, distressed communities. LAB Mission Los Angeles Ballet debuted in December 2006 with its original production of The Nutcracker. Choreographed by Founding Co-Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, it featured a fresh take on the classic, complemented by a Southern California-themed set designed by Catherine Kanner. LAB’s repertoire has focused on Balanchine masterpieces and the revered Bournonville ballets as imparted by Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, Artistic Directors Emeriti . As a répétiteur for The George Balanchine Trust, Ms. Neary, one of the few charged with carrying on the Balanchine legacy, staged and directed LAB’s stellar interpretations of his masterworks. In 2009 LAB presented Bournonville’s La Sylphide , its first full-length classical story ballet after The Nutcracker . In addition to performing the beloved classical ballet standards such as Giselle, Swan Lake, Don Quixote, Romeo and Juliet , and The Sleeping Beauty , Los Angeles Ballet has commissioned 15 new works, two developed out of LAB’s Choreographic Workshop. The purpose of the workshop is to identify and nurture Southern Californian choreographic talent. The Los Angeles Ballet Center, the home of both Los Angeles Ballet and the Los Angeles Ballet School, is located on L.A.’s Westside. The Center’s 12,000 square feet encompass three dance studios, LAB’s administrative offices, a home box office, a physical therapy clinic, a wardrobe department and costume storage. A key component of Los Angeles Ballet’s mission is to “tour” Los Angeles. While rehearsals… LAB regularly performs across the county at multiple venues . In September 2009, the Los Angeles Ballet Guild was established to support the mission of Los Angeles Ballet and provide the assistance to organize a volunteer workforce for performances and special events. The Guild has become an indispensable arm of the LAB support structure. Patrons of the Guild was formed in 2013; its mission is to provide vital support and advocacy for Los Angeles Ballet. LAB’s Power of Performance! (POP!) outreach program has to date provided 50,000 free tickets to underserved and disadvantaged children, seniors, veterans and their families, through collaboration with community partners. An additional LAB outreach program, A Chance to Dance , offers a monthly Community Day at the Los Angeles Ballet Center, where all ages are invited to take free ballet, jazz, and other dance classes and workshops, and to learn about fitness and nutrition from company dancers, staff, and physical therapists. A Chance to Dance Community Day attracts over 100 participants to each event, and fosters the development of a personal relationship between the artists of Los Angeles Ballet and the greater LA County community. LAB History LOS ANGELES BALLET Repertoire Learn about the comprehensive and varied seasons of Los Angeles Ballet since its debut in 2006. Repertoire includes superb stagings of Balanchine repertory, stylistically meticulous classical ballets, and commissioned contemporary works by renowned local and international choreographers. VIEW REPERTOIRE ABOUT Los Angeles Ballet Founded in 2004 by Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, and Executive Director Emerita Julie Whittaker, Los Angeles Ballet is known for its superb stagings of the Balanchine repertory, stylistically meticulous classical ballets, and its commitment to new works. LAB has become recognized as a world-class ballet company. LEARN MORE