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January 2009

On Stage Next

February 12-15 only

"remarkably deep and original" —The New York Times

Read more about this groundbreaking production, see photos, video and more!

A Valentine's Value Offer: 2 orchestra tickets for $50

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Black and White

News from Boston Ballet School

Boston Ballet School's North Shore Studio located in Marblehead, MA opens Monday, February 2.

Learn more. Meet the faculty. Enroll.
North Shore facilities

Behind-the-scenes: An interview with Mark Wax, corps de ballet

Mark talks about New Year's resolutions, his inspirations and what he's excited about for the spring season!

Read the interview.
Mark Wax

Boston Ballet on the Move

Boston Ballet soloist, Misa Kuranaga, traveled to Lincoln Center on January 14 to perform with New York City Ballet as a guest artist in their tribute to the 75th Anniversary of the School of American Ballet. Kuranaga will perform the role of "Russian Girl" in George Balanchine's Serenade. She is one of eight alumni of SAB returning to perform.

Meet Misa
Misa Kuranaga in Serenade

Dance Talk

Boston Ballet visits Harvard Thursday, February 5, 7:30pm, for an exclusive sneak peek performance and panel discussion focused on Jirí Kylián's Black and White program.

More information about this and other events.
Black and White's Falling Angels

Thank you from Boston Ballet

Before the last performance of The Nutcracker, Boston Ballet School students performing in the production donated a gift of $550 to Boston Ballet's Share the Magic program. Their generosity is just one example of the spirit of Nutcracker season. Thank you to all for a successful 2008 Nutcracker.

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Header image: Falling Angels by Eric Antoniou. From top to bottom: Nederlands Dans Theater 1 photo by Daisy Komen; aerial view of North Shore Studio facilities; Mark Wax by Sabi Varga ©Varga Images; Misa Kuranaga and Kimberly Uphoff in Serenade, choreography by George Balanchine ©The George Balanchine Trust, photo by Gene Schiavone; Falling Angels by Eric Antoniou; The Nutcracker by Rosalie O'Connor.

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