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The Nutcracker at the Riverview Arts Centre 🩰

December 9, 2023 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

Saturday, December 9th, 2023 @ 7:00PM
Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 2:00PM

A classical ballet performance of the timeless Christmas tradition of – The Nutcracker.

$20 – $35

5066072791

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400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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The Royal Winnipeg Ballet School’s Audition Tour

November 2, 2023 @ 9:00 am 11:30 am

Each year, Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School visits cities across Canada and the United States in search of talented dancers to join two of our full-time Professional Division programs: the Ballet Academic, and The Anna McCowan-Johnson Aspirant Programs. Virtual auditions are also offered.

For more information and to register please visit rwb.org/audition

Details

Date:
November 2, 2023
Time:
9:00 am – 11:30 am
Cost:
$50
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Website:
https://www.rwb.org/school/professional-division/audition/

Organizer

Royal Winnipeg Ballet School
Phone
204.957.3467
Email
school@rwb.org
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Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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Dance Fredericton Celebrates 30 Years 🩰

June 3, 2023 @ 1:30 pm 3:30 pm

Dance Fredericton Celebrates 30 Years
Quest for the Sun & Special Guests
Saturday, June 3 | 1:30 pm

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“Quest for the Sun” is a remake of a full length story ballet that includes all of the Dance Fredericton dancers. Our “Special Guests” Act 2 is highlighted by original choreography by both teachers and students. Our Special Guests are Liam Caines and Yayoi Ban from The Royal Winnipeg Ballet performing an original contemporary piece.

$18 – $30

(506) 457-2538

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400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Pisuwin 🩰

May 27, 2023 @ 8:00 pm 10:00 pm

From award-winning director and choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy, and multi-disciplinary artist Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet (Possesom) Paul (Wolastoqiyik, Sitansisk First Nation), Pisuwin is an epic first ever Wolastoq story-ballet set to the soaring music of Polaris Prize and Juno award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher (Wolastoqiyik, Neqotkuk First Nation).

A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece reflects on the current state of dis-ease in our world, illuminating a path to wholeness and rebalance. The project features eight dancers and blends indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy and contemporary audience. Electronic sound, industrial landscapes and digital projection, juxtaposed with Wolastoq visual motifs of the spiritual and natural world, create the indigenous cosmology within which the story takes place. “Why does the water no longer quench our thirst?” Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness.

MAY 12-27, 2023 — Atlantic Tour

400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Pisuwin 🩰

May 23, 2023 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm

From award-winning director and choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy, and multi-disciplinary artist Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet (Possesom) Paul (Wolastoqiyik, Sitansisk First Nation), Pisuwin is an epic first ever Wolastoq story-ballet set to the soaring music of Polaris Prize and Juno award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher (Wolastoqiyik, Neqotkuk First Nation).

A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece reflects on the current state of dis-ease in our world, illuminating a path to wholeness and rebalance. The project features eight dancers and blends indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy and contemporary audience. Electronic sound, industrial landscapes and digital projection, juxtaposed with Wolastoq visual motifs of the spiritual and natural world, create the indigenous cosmology within which the story takes place. “Why does the water no longer quench our thirst?” Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness.

MAY 12-27, 2023 — Atlantic Tour

400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Pisuwin 🩰

May 18, 2023 @ 7:00 pm 9:30 pm

From award-winning director and choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy, and multi-disciplinary artist Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet (Possesom) Paul (Wolastoqiyik, Sitansisk First Nation), Pisuwin is an epic first ever Wolastoq story-ballet set to the soaring music of Polaris Prize and Juno award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher (Wolastoqiyik, Neqotkuk First Nation).

A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece reflects on the current state of dis-ease in our world, illuminating a path to wholeness and rebalance. The project features eight dancers and blends indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy and contemporary audience. Electronic sound, industrial landscapes and digital projection, juxtaposed with Wolastoq visual motifs of the spiritual and natural world, create the indigenous cosmology within which the story takes place. “Why does the water no longer quench our thirst?” Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness.

MAY 12-27, 2023 — Atlantic Tour

400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Pisuwin 🩰

May 14, 2023 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm

From award-winning director and choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy, and multi-disciplinary artist Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet (Possesom) Paul (Wolastoqiyik, Sitansisk First Nation), Pisuwin is an epic first ever Wolastoq story-ballet set to the soaring music of Polaris Prize and Juno award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher (Wolastoqiyik, Neqotkuk First Nation).

A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece reflects on the current state of dis-ease in our world, illuminating a path to wholeness and rebalance. The project features eight dancers and blends indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy and contemporary audience. Electronic sound, industrial landscapes and digital projection, juxtaposed with Wolastoq visual motifs of the spiritual and natural world, create the indigenous cosmology within which the story takes place. “Why does the water no longer quench our thirst?” Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness.

MAY 12-27, 2023 — Atlantic Tour

400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Pisuwin 🩰

May 12, 2023 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm

From award-winning director and choreographer Igor Dobrovolskiy, and multi-disciplinary artist Nipahtuwet Naka Wespahtuwet (Possesom) Paul (Wolastoqiyik, Sitansisk First Nation), Pisuwin is an epic first ever Wolastoq story-ballet set to the soaring music of Polaris Prize and Juno award-winning composer Jeremy Dutcher (Wolastoqiyik, Neqotkuk First Nation).

A shirtless, muscular dancer with his back to the camera, arms outstretched. Text reads: PIsuwin: A Wolastoqiyik story

Based on a Wolastoq tale, this multidisciplinary piece reflects on the current state of dis-ease in our world, illuminating a path to wholeness and rebalance. The project features eight dancers and blends indigenous storytelling and ballet, redefining this classical form for a diverse, savvy and contemporary audience. Electronic sound, industrial landscapes and digital projection, juxtaposed with Wolastoq visual motifs of the spiritual and natural world, create the indigenous cosmology within which the story takes place. “Why does the water no longer quench our thirst?” Pisuwin pushes us to confront our greed and alienation, while inspiring us to take a different path; one of connection, community and wholeness.

MAY 12-27, 2023 — Atlantic Tour

400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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Gala Ballet Productions presents the Nutcracker 2022 season, December 9 and 10 at the Imperial Theatre. Alanna McAdie and Peter Lancsweerdt of Canada's Royal Winnipege Ballet

The Nutcracker at the Imperial 🩰

December 9, 2022 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

Gala Ballet Productions proudly presents the classic holiday story by E.T.A. Hoffman, set to music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. At the Imperial Theatre in Saint John. Friday, December 9th at 7pm and Saturday, December 10th at 2pm.

Gala Ballet Productions presents the Nutcracker 2022 season, December 9 and 10 at the Imperial Theatre. Alanna McAdie and Peter Lancsweerdt of Canada's Royal Winnipege Ballet.

Once again, The Nutcracker will deliver the magic of the season in this annual holiday tradition for the whole family. Local dancers share the stage with guest principal artists from some of Canada’s most renowned professional ballet companies.

506.674.4100

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400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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Scene from the Nutcracker

Nutcracker at the Capitol ❄

December 9, 2022 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

The Nutcracker is back and better than ever!

Scene from the Nutcracker

The holiday classic Nutcracker ballet, based on E.T.A. Hoffman’s cherished holiday story, is a wonderful dreamscape of childhood reveries, fantastic creatures and magical events, brought to life by Academy dancers and friends in a magical décor and festive ambiance.

Your guides through this magical story are the talented performers who make up the Academy of Classical Ballet Youth Theatre as well as guest performers, both amateur and professional. These brilliant young dancers present a program that will engage you, and surprise you as well as entertain you!

Back by popular demand, the professional musicians of the Tutta Musica orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Antonio Delgado, will be accompanying the production thus creating a spectacular experience for our audience; an event not to be missed!

At the Capitol Theatre, Moncton

Friday, December 09, 7pm, 2022

Saturday, December 10, 2022, 2pm

Saturday, December 10, 2022, 7pm

Sunday, December 11, 2022, 2pm

$12 – $41
400 Whitepine Road
Riverview, NB E1B 4H8 Canada
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