20 January 2015 by Andrew Hanebutt
16 January 2015 by Andrew Hanebutt
Ballet Idaho is pleased to offer our 2015 Summer Intensive for students at the Intermediate/Advanced levels and between the ages of 11 and 17. The program will run 3 weeks, Monday – Friday 10:00 – 5:00 with a two week minimum requirement. Classes will include: Ballet, Pointe, Conditioning, Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop and Dance Composition. Instructors will be distinguished faculty from Ballet Idaho and throughout the Treasure Valley. Dancers will finish with an informal concert on Friday, July 3rd in the early evening, showcasing all of their hard work and creativity. For information on available accommodations, please contact us directly.
Please note that the addition of classes and levels will be determined by enrollment and technical range of dancers. Our full schedule promises to be both rigorous and rewarding, so we hope you join us in the City of Trees this June!
Audition Date & Time:
Saturday, April 4th 12:30 – 2:00 Studio A
DVD/Youtube auditions also accepted – Please call for details
Ballet Idaho (ESPAA)
501 S. 8th Street Boise, ID 83702
Audition/ Registration Fee:
$950.00 – 3 Weeks
$750.00 – 2 Weeks
Option # 1: Early Bird Special
Option # 2: Payment Plan For information on payment plans, contact Leslie: firstname.lastname@example.org
A completed Registration packet is due with your first payment. These will be available online and at the front desk of Ballet Idaho. Thank you.
For more information
208. 343.0556 × 27
208. 343.0556 × 26
14 January 2015 by Andrew Hanebutt
Ballet Idaho will be hosting auditions this weekend for two summer intensive programs. Be sure to read the information below for registration times and details!
Nutmeg Ballet, Torrington, Connecticut
Audition Date: Friday, January 16th 6:15 pm – 8:15 pm, Studio 1 ESPAA
Registration: 5:30 pm
For more info: http://nutmegconservatory.org/ballet-programs/professional-summer-programs/
Bournonville Workshop with the Masters, Ogden, Utah
Audition Date: Sunday, January 18th 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm, Studio 1 ESPAA
Registration: 12:00 – 12:30
For more info: www.imagineballet.org
09 January 2015 by Andrew Hanebutt
Ballet Idaho’s January Newsletter is here! Read about our upcoming events and performances this Winter and keep caught up with us around town. We are also thrilled to be presenting Mosaic/Rubies/Pirates! this upcoming February. Tickets are available and can be purchased through The Morrison Center.
21 December 2014 by admin
We hope you enjoyed the show! Due to the highest Nutcracker attendance in Ballet Idaho history (!!!), we have run out of playbills… We apologize for the shortfall but are also thrilled with the support of our favorite holiday classic! You may access the playbill The Nutcracker Playbill here or email Andrew, email@example.com, to pick up a printed copy in the office after the holidays.
Warmest holiday wishes,
18 December 2014 by Andrew Hanebutt
It is almost time for Ballet Idaho’s The Nutcracker, December 19-21, 2014 at the Morrison Center. The show is scheduled to last approximately two hours, including intermission.
The show will start promptly at the scheduled time! Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of management.
We encourage patrons to pick up tickets well in advance of the performance if possible. Will-call tickets are available daily at our box office.
MORRISON CENTER BOX OFFICE
M-W and Friday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
On performance dates, the Box Office is open 2 hours prior to show time. We find it best practice for our patrons to arrive at least 40 minutes prior to show time to pick up tickets.
The Morrison Center Box Office is a Toys For Tots collection site. Please bring your new, unwrapped toy that will bring a less fortunate child, from right here in the Treasure Valley, this Christmas.
Please be advised:
-The Morrison Center reserves the right to search all bags.
-Clutches or purses no larger than 14×14 are permitted.
-Large purses, tote bags, backpacks and fanny packs are strongly discouraged and prohibited for most shows.
-Outside food and drink are not allowed into the Morrison Center. Only bottled water is allowed in the main hall.
-Morrison Center is a smoke-free environment. No vaping allowed.
-An update to Boise State University’s Policy: Section XII, Campus Safety and Security, took effect on July 1, 2014. Please be advised that the Morrison Center facility has been designated as a guns-free environment.
Parking is included with admission for events held in the Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts. For more information visit:
If you have any questions please call 426-1110 or 426-1609.
See you at the theatre!
10 December 2014 by Andrew Hanebutt
Ballet Idaho is performing at the Idaho Stampede Halftime Show! Come out to support us and purchase your ticket in advance through the Ballet. A portion of every ticket we sell will be donated back to Ballet Idaho. Join us in downtown Boise on Tuesday, January 27th at 7pm. The Centurylink Arena will come alive with a piece choreographed by Ballet Idaho company dancer, Daniel Ojeda.
Ballet Idaho is selling tickets for just $13. Please call or Click to the order form to purchase your tickets today. Every ticket purchase made through us will help benefit Ballet Idaho!
To order tickets, call Andrew in the Ballet Idaho office at 208.343.0556 ×20 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also print and submit the order form here
05 December 2014 by Andrew Hanebutt
Ballet Idaho’s December Newsletter is here! Read about our upcoming events and where we will be around town during this holiday season. We are also thrilled to be presenting The Nutcracker December 19, 20, and 21st! Tickets are available and can be purchased through The Morrison Center.
24 November 2014 by Andrew Hanebutt
20 November 2014 by Andrew Hanebutt
Boise Weekly sat down recently to talk with Peter Anastos and Robert Franz about Ballet Idaho and the Boise Philharmonic. Take this chance to read about some of the history they have shared and how they have built one of Boise’s longest-running, best-known arts organizations!