Spring 2013 Recital

Announcement: Our Spring 2013 Recital is scheduled to begin at 3:00 pm on Sunday May 19, 2013, at the school location. (Note the new date.)
The program for the Recital is as follows:

1. Guests’ dance at the Capulet ball from the ballet “Romeo and Juliet”; music by Sergei Prokofiev.

2. Princess Florina’s variation from the ballet “Sleeping Beauty”; music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

3. Variation “Work” from the ballet “Coppelia”; music by Leo Delibes.

4. Lise’s variation from the ballet “La Fille Mal Gardee”; music by Peter Ludwig Hertel.

5. Nikiya’s variation from the ballet “La Bayadere”; music by Ludwig Minkus.

6. Trio Odalisques from the ballet “Scheherazade” by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov.

7. Pearls’ variation from the Ballet “The Little Humpbacked Horse”; music by Cesare Pugni.

8. Gypsy dance from the ballet “Don Quixote”; music by Ludwig Minkus.

9. Russian dance from the ballet “Swan Lake”; music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

All dances will be performed by students of our school. Family and friends are welcome to attend the event. Other interested parties please inquire before attending. (Note that we are open to the possibility of an encore performance at a different location. Please contact us if you have a suggestion.)

Ribbon Cutting 1/9/2013

We thank once again everyone who participated in Inna Ballet’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony that was held on January 9, 2013. This event was announced by Mayor Thomas S. Richards at the City of Rochester website. Commissioner R. Carlos Carballada of the City’s Department of Neighborhood and Business Development spoke at the event, presented Inna Ballet with a commemorative plaque, and tested the height and quality of the ballet barres. Thad Schofield, Project Manager of Economic Development at City of Rochester, and Josh Jensen, Director of Community Affairs at the office of NYS Senator Joseph E. Robach, also wished Inna Ballet to grow and be an asset to the community. Special thanks are to the Rochester’s News 10 NBC for showing the event on the news, and to city photographer Ira Srole for creating memorable pictures.