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“My love and passion for the art of ballet exceeds words. Volunteering for Ballet Arizona helps me satisfy that passion.” – Ed Coyoli

Performance Spotlight: 2017-2018 Season

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It is because of your generosity and patronage that Ballet Arizona is able to bring ballet to the stage, train aspiring dancers aged 3 to 83, educate students across the valley about the arts, and use dance to connect and inspire people all over Arizona.

Viva la Dance with Natalie Salvione

“Giselle” photo by Rosalie O’Connor

Dance comes in all shapes, sizes and there is no limit to who can experience it and the emotions it brings out of you. As a dancer, dance can bring you pure joy and the incredible feeling of accomplishment when you’ve danced your best on-stage.

Center Stage: “All Balanchine”

Jillian Barrell and Nayon Iovino in Balanchine's Rubies

Take a peek behind the curtain as Ballet Arizona dancers share the physical, emotional and mental strength Balanchine performances demand and what it’s like to learn from one of George Balanchine’s protégés, Ib Andersen.

Behind the Scenes with Ib Andersen: “All Balanchine”

George Balanchine’s Western Symphony ballet performed by Ballet Arizona featuring Nayon Iovino

I continue to do a Balanchine program each year because, in my opinion, he is the number one choreographer that we have ever seen in ballet. There is no one like him; no one is as diverse as him and I don’t think there ever will be.

Welcome to Ballet Arizona's new, official website!
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