August 5 @ 2:00 pm - August 13 @ 6:00 pm
Ballet: reimagined, reinvented, redefined.
NYC’s Arch Ballet (A|B) is the brainchild of Artistic Director and Choreographer Sheena Annalise. Founded in 2013, at a time when less than a quarter of U.S. ballet companies were led by women, A|B emerged with a singular mission: to ensure the continuous evolution of ballet, designed for an inclusive and varied 21st century audience.
Innovative concepts, music from electronic dance to neoclassical, and diverse, world-class dancers represent the culture of tomorrow. Technology, visual art, fashion, science, and current cultural ideas imbue each of A|B’s creations to fortify the future of dance by fostering collaboration, curiosity, and creativity at every level.
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To our Arch Ballet supporters, We thank you for your continued support during our performance seasons. Our growing organization relies directly on our community to make it to the stage. Our March 14th performance was canceled, but graciously was funded by Gerry Appelstein and received no loss of hourly pay for our dancers on the
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READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE. ARCH BALLET HAVANA FALL FETE On November 19, contemporary ballet aficionados joined Arch Ballet benefactors and dancers post performance for an intimate fundraising cocktail party and auction at the private Delancey rooftop. Havana fashioned palm trees and modern decor pineapples surrounded the space with lush greenery. Cocktails and conversation were
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READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE. Arch Ballet in Sheena Annalise’s “Two Steps Backward” “Take notice of this creative ballet company, Arch Ballet. The director, Sheena Annalise is forward-thinking to say the least. She has mixed her performances with various classical techniques and modern philosophies to draw the audience into the beauty, message, form, style and pace
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READ THE ARTICLE HERE. Most Inventive New Work Nominees: Oklahoma!, directed by Daniel Fish and choreographed by John Heginbotham William Forsythe’s Playlist (EP) for Boston Ballet Caleb Teicher and Conrad Tao’s More Forever Donald Byrd’s Strange Fruit Pam Tanowitz’s Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures Sheena Annalise’s Chromatic Skies for Arch Contemporary Ballet Winner: Playlist (EP)