The School of Ballet Arizona presents Swan Lake

Performance

with Phoenix Youth Symphony Orchestras at Desert Botanical Garden
May 30, 31 and June 6, 2021 – SOLD OUT!

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This inaugural collaborative performance presented by The School of Ballet Arizona and the Phoenix Youth Symphony Orchestras brings the matchless beauty of Swan Lake to the breathtaking Desert Botanical Garden stage. Swan Lake is indeed a tour de force for both dancers and musicians and this collaboration marks the largest and most extensive production undertaken by two youth arts organizations in Phoenix.

Swan Lake is a timeless masterpiece of classical ballet, featuring a moonlit lake, swan maidens, and true love. Accompanied by one of Tchaikovsky’s most famous and memorable scores, Swan Lake tells the story of Prince Siegfried’s love for Odette, a beautiful princess turned into a swan by a sorcerer’s curse. Live orchestral music, elegant costumes, an unparalleled setting and aspiring young talent all come together for a Swan Lake that is sure to enchant audiences of all ages with its story, beauty, and splendor.

This production demonstrates and celebrates the remarkable accomplishments of both organizations and gives audiences the rare opportunity to experience a performance by the next generation of performing artists in Phoenix.

A gourmet picnic menu will be available for purchase including beer, wine and non-alcoholic refreshments.

Due to continued health and safety measures, seating will be socially distant and the general admission section will be assigned seating. As a result of these changes, there is a two-ticket minimum purchase for this year’s performances.

Please note – the performance takes place at the Schilling Events Plaza, the Garden’s event space located just outside the main entrance.

Ballet Arizona Box Office: 602.381.1096
Hours: Monday – Friday from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
2835 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

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