Ballet West’s Cinderella Enchants and Delights

February 15, 2013
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We all know the story of Cinderella; the lonely, oft-abused sister is granted a magical night at the royal ball only to lose her slipper on her hurried departure, yet finds true love after the Prince discovers her identity through that lost slipper.  It has for generations delighted children around the world.  This week and..




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Ballet West’s Dracula is Fang-tastic!

November 3, 2011
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When it comes to season openers, you’ll be hard pressed to find anything that comes even remotely close to the excitement and energy of Ballet West’s Dracula! If you missed Dracula, then you missed out. And that’s just a fact.







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Ballet West’s Dracula Chills, Thrills and Makes You Beg for More

October 26, 2011
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Some people think that going to the ballet really sucks! But in the case of Ben Stevenson’s highly acclaimed Dracula, that was pretty much the point. Ballet West’s 2011-12 season opener invited Salt Lake City right into Dracula’s lair, and what we experienced took our breath away!







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The Brilliance of Ballet West and Balanchine’s America

May 11, 2010
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As the curtain raised for Ballet West’s Serenade, the first sound I heard was my own; I caught my breath. And I wasn’t the only one; In unison, the audience inhaled a silent ‘ahh’, which was immediately followed by applause. The combination of Maestro Terence Kern and the Utah Chamber Orchestra’s Serenade for Strings (Tchaikovsky) and the ethereal Ballet West dancers bathed in blue was simply breathtaking. Such serenity, such beauty. It was my favorite ballet moment ever.







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Ballet West’s Swan Lake Simply Stunning

February 24, 2010
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As Ballet West’s Artistic Director, Adam Sklute takes an idea, molds it and presents his labor of love to the ballet patrons of Salt Lake City. As the curtain rises at the Capitol Theatre, the question he likely asks is, “will you see it as I see it?” I answer, how can I not? Adam Sklute clearly has a vision for Ballet West, and I believe it is to bring out the best in the dancers and to bring the best productions to Salt Lake City and beyond.







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