Spring Forward | Presented by Honolulu Classical Ballet
Saturday Apr 19 02:00 PM
Saturday Apr 19 07:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $20.00
General Admission: $25.00
About the Performance:
After a highly successful first performance last fall at the Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Classical Ballet is back again in Spring Forward. This will mark the school’s second performance since opening their doors in March of 2012.
Program I at 2:00 pm features all students of the school, with a focus on the younger dancers, ages 3-10. Each level will showcase pieces set to classical music with choreography by the HC Ballet staff.
Program II at 7:00 pm will consist of a varied performance featuring upper level students dancing in works choreographed by some of ballet’s great visionaries of the 19th and 20th centuries. Classical, neoclassical and contemporary works will be showcased in solos and group ensembles.
About Honolulu Classical Ballet
Honolulu Classical Ballet’s mission is to promote the highest degree of excellence in the art form of dance and to foster the greatest potential in every individual. Ms. centuries. Classical, neoclassical and contemporary works will be Beppu and her staff specialize in providing students of all ages and backgrounds with the highest caliber of training, focusing on the individual student, in a nurturing environment where confidence, self-discipline and social responsibility are highly encouraged.
Founder and artistic director Romi Beppu is a former principal ballerina with a notable resume and accomplishments. She has worked for nationally ranked companies such as American Ballet Theatre, Boston Ballet and Ballet West. She has performed internationally and locally and has been featured in local, national and international media such as the New York Times, Boston Globe, Salt Lake Tribune, Midweek, Dance Magazine and Pointe Magazine. Ms. Beppu and her staff have been working diligently with students as young as 3 years of age, who have just begun their first steps into the world of dance, to older students who are looking to study the art form more seriously. Some of these dancers aspire to become professional ballerinas.
For further information on classes at Honolulu Classical Ballet, visit:
www.hcballet.com. Or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 808-421-7201
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