Tag: Ballet

Of Mice & Music - A Jazz Tap Nutcracker | Tapestry Dance Company | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Join The Tradition — Tapestry Dance Company’s ‘Of Mice & Music’ Returns for Another Year

It’s Nutcracker season once again and, as Austin knows, that means it’s Ballet season. But add a touch of swing and jive to the classic story of Clara & her Nutcracker, and you’ve got Tapestry’s 10-season celebration of local artists and the traditional tale with Of Mice & Music – A Jazz Tap Nutcracker, running December 13 – 23 in Rollins Studio Theatre. We heard from Artistic Director Acia Gray about this season staple. Read More ›

MOMIX: Opus Cactus | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Modern Motion — Long Center CEO Cory Baker Shares What She Loves About MOMIX

With our growing excitement to see the captivating vision of MOMIX: Opus Cactus, on our stage April 18, we wondered — what is it about modern dance that has us so entranced? We sat down with our President & CEO Cory Baker to get the scoop on what MOMIX does best. Read More ›

Tapestry Dance Academy – Get One Month FREE When You Register For The Semester

Register now for the new semester and get one month FREE! Don’t miss out on this great deal. For more information … Read More ›

Salute to Vienna: A Musical Confection

Sometimes we like to think of Austria as the land of singing hills and edelweiss, but it’s a whole lot … Read More ›

Ballet Austin: Giselle

Giselle is considered one of the great Romantic-era ballets, with a lead role so challenging it has been known to make … Read More ›

Ballet Austin’s The Rite of Spring

Power. Precision. Passion. Valentine’s Day weekend. Music by Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky and Schubert. Allegro Brillante – George Balanchine Requiem for a Rose – … Read More ›

Ballet Folklorico: Dancing with Deer

I remember the first time I saw Amalia Hernandez’s Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. I was nine years old and nestled … Read More ›

Ballet Folklorico: a celebration of Mexico’s present and its past

Ballet Folklorico De Mexico isn’t a typical ballet. It doesn’t look like ‘The Nutcracker’ and it definitely doesn’t look like … Read More ›

Ballet Austin: Taming of the Shrew

(an excerpt from the Ballet Austin blog, written by Ballet Austin Company Dancer Michelle Thompson, who is featured in the … Read More ›