$18 students & seniors, 65 & older; $20 adults 19 years & older; recommended minimum age is 2https://hrbdance.org
A blend of exquisite dances featuring the beloved classic Swan Lake Act 2, a ballet composed by Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky once again this year featuring guest artists from Louisville Ballet, Natalia Ashikhmina and Mark Krieger; Gaîté Parisienne, a delightful Parisienne Cancan ballet set to the rousing music of Offenbach; Polovtsian Dances, an exotic and athletic scene from the end of Act 2 of Alexander Borodin’s opera Prince Igor; as well as two new works for HRB’s repertoire, Rising Tide, an exhilarating new contemporary work by JoDee Engle, inspired by the magnificence of the deep blue; and Alarum, an energetic compelling contemporary ballet work choreographed by Kristy Nilsson to the striking music of Ezio Bosso composed for six cellos.
What’s it all About? Talk time with choreographer Kristy Nilsson at 1:30 p.m. prior to each performance where she will give insight to what the audience will experience during Celebration of Dance 2024. HRB is committed to educating audiences of all ages in the art of ballet and dance.
Major funding provided by: Texas Commission on the Arts, the City of Tomball, James Avery Jewelers, Air Innovations LLC, and Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital. Additional season sponsors include: Dance Trends, Victoria Project Cargo, DeHart Properties, Shell Oil Foundation Hero Program, Kluge Tennis Center, Dave Metcalfe Photography, and Shark Movers LLC.