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” The Nutcracker”

December 11, 2021, 5:00pm.

December 12, 2021, 1:00pm.

at Sarasota Opera House.

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Russian Ballet, Inc. proudly presents the traditional Christmas ballet “The Nutcracker” with original choreography by Professor Vadim Fedotov, music by Pyotor Tchaikovsky. Principal Dancers from AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE and NATIONAL BALLET of UKRAINE will share the stage with dancers of the School of Russian Ballet. This spectacular performance with wonderful scenery and beautiful costumes is a great holiday tradition to share with your family, friends, and children of all ages. It promises to bring surprises and wonder to the entire family. This is a “must see” for all ages!  

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The Little Mermaid

Ballet in two act.

To see our original full-length ballet “The Little Mermaid” with incredible International Guest dancers such as Sergii Sidorskiy, principal dancer with the National Ballet of Ukraine, Gretel Batista, ballerina with the Houston Ballet, our former student Matthew Griffin of the Cincinnati Ballet and the students of the School of Russian Ballet, please click on ” ADD TO CART” button to make your payment of $16.00. As soon as your payment is received, we will email you the password to be used with the link below. The show can be seen until November 1, 2021.




SRB MISSION

The School of Russian Ballet’s mission is to share the love and appreciation of classical ballet art with Florida residents and guests via creating live productions in collaboration with international dancers, composers and choreographers and offering world class professional classical ballet training with unique performing opportunities to students of all ages and abilities in Sarasota and Manatee Counties.

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Ballet clothes, pointe shoe fittings, beautiful accessories, and all that ballet dancers need, you can find here:

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Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Art and Culture and the FL Council on Arts and Culture.

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