Summer Camp Series
Jun
12
Aug 11

Summer Camp Series

  • Latin Ballet of Virginia

Times: Arrival at 8:30 am | Dismiss at 4 pm (Some parents pick the children as late as 4:30 pm) Classes are 9-4pm

Dates: June 12-16: St. Catherine’s Camp
June 19-23: Glen Allen Camp for Junior Company children
July17-28: Dominion Arts Center Camp.
July 31- Aug. 11: Dominion Arts Center Camp

NOTES: 3 Instructors needed for each camp

We would like to reiterate that these will be a Jr. Company intensive program as well, if members of Jr. Company would like to enroll for classes.

 Bailé & Rumba
Sep
16
10:30 am10:30

Bailé & Rumba

  • VMFA

WHERE: VMFA
WHO: Pro Company
NOTES: Performance at 11am (Tentative)
CONTACT: Natalie Feister - 804.340.1573

Please stay after the performance as lunch will be provided.

SunTrust Bank
Oct
5
11:00 am11:00

SunTrust Bank

  • SunTrust Bank

WHERE: SunTrust Bank
WHO: Pro Company and Band Caribe Ensemble
STYLE: Caribbean
NOTES: Event starts at 12pm
CONTACT: Morena Phillips - 804.304.1912

Lewis Ginter Rose Fest
Oct
8
11:00 am11:00

Lewis Ginter Rose Fest

  • Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

WHERE: Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
WHO: Pro Company & Jr. Company
STYLE: Spain and the Amazonia
NOTES: 2 sets - 12:15 and 1:45 pm 45 min each
CONTACT: Donna Dooley - (804) 262-9887, ext. 224


MOMO
Jun
30
6:00 pm18:00

MOMO

  • Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen

WHERE: GACC
WHO: Students and Faculty
STYLE: LBV choreographed dance theater performance for the end of semester featuring interpretations of the Michael Ende book, Momo
NOTES: Performance at 7pm

MOMO
Jun
4
1:00 pm13:00

MOMO

  • Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen

WHERE: GACC
WHO: Pro Company and Jr. Company
STYLE: dance theater performance for the end of semester featuring interpretations of the Michael Ende book, Momo
NOTES: Performance at 2pm

MOMO
Jun
3
1:00 pm13:00

MOMO

  • Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen

WHERE: GACC
WHO: Pro Company and Jr. Company
STYLE: dance theater performance for the end of semester featuring interpretations of the Michael Ende book, Momo
NOTES: Performance at 2pm

MOMO REHEARSALS/TECH WEEK
May
30
Jun 1

MOMO REHEARSALS/TECH WEEK

  • Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen

TECH WEEK

  • NOT Monday memorial week.
  • Tuesday and Thursday run through for all students and faculty.
  • Wednesday 11 am to 2 pm Professional company only.
  • Thursday Dress Rehearsal starting at 6 pm.
Wine Table Tuesday
May
16
5:00 pm17:00

Wine Table Tuesday

  • Quirk Hotel

WHERE: Quirk Hotel
WHO: Pro Company
STYLE: TBD (1 dance)
NOTES: Performance at 6pm/Solomon Plater (Board Member) will be presenting information about LBV
CONTACT: Matt Bradford & Sherry Abedi - 804-644-2010

DETAILS:

Wine Table Tuesdays: Promote awareness and raise a little money for local and national charities.

When: Tuesdays 5pm-7pm.

Where: Quirk Hotel – location in hotel will rotate based on availability of space.

What: Wine tasting with rotating themes with a hosting “wine tender”.

Supporting their non-profit of choice.  $2 from every tasting fee and all gratuities from the event are donated to the non-profit organization.

Promotion: Quirk hotel will promote the wine tasting via social media and our website calendar. The non-profit is encouraged to promote as well.

Wine: Wine descriptions and sell sheets will be available for your guests.  You may provide your own “wine tender”. In the case that you cannot, our staff will pour for you.

Price: $17/person 4 tastings (2-3 oz)

Heart Association Heart Ball - RVA
Apr
22
4:00 pm16:00

Heart Association Heart Ball - RVA

  • Main Street Station

WHERE: Main Street Station
WHO: Pro Company
STYLE: Theme is Silver Anniversary
NOTES: Event from 5 to 10pm

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Main Street Station
1500 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Event Program 
6:00 pm Doors Open, Registration Begins
6:00 pm-7:50 pm Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction
8:00 pm Call to Dinner
8:30 pm-Midnight Live Auction,Open Your Heart Appeal, Dancing 

Checkout opens at 10:30 pm

2016-2017 Richmond Heart Ball

Saturday, April 22, 2017

A Celebration of creating and sharing. Our evening celebrates: our work and mission; our donors and volunteers; and — most importantly — the lives saved and improved because of everyone’s effort. The Heart Ball promises to be an engaging evening of fun and passion bringing community and philanthropic leaders together. Last year, our Heart Ball campaign raised just over $71 million nation-wide allowing us to fund life-saving research and prevention programs in our community and across the country.

Our Mission

Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Our mission drives everything we do. 
Continue to read more about the American Heart Association

Fiesta de Sol
Apr
6
4:00 pm16:00

Fiesta de Sol

  • Jewish Community Center

WHERE: Jewish Community Center
WHO: Pro Company and Jr. Company
STYLE: Fiesta Del Sol
NOTES: Performance at 6pm

The structure of the night is as follows:

  • 6:30pm Doors open
  • 7pm Welcome and Introduction
  • 7:05-7:45pm Ezibu Muntu
  • 7:45-8 Intermission
  • 8:15 – 8:55pm Latin Ballet
  • 9pm Reception

POA Finale - An Evening of Multi-Cultural Dance

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Join us as we end another amazing year with a unique evening of dance. The Latin Ballet of Virginia (LBV) and Ezibu Muntu African Dance Company will bring their unique culturally influenced styles and companies to entertain and enlighten you. Both companies are based in Richmond and reflect the exceptional depth, variety, and diversity of our arts and culture community.

From the passionate fury of flamenco to tango’s forbidden heat, the polished elegance of classical ballet to the earthen power of modern dance, the Latin Ballet of Virginia uses the expressive beauty of movement to weave the tales and traditions that are the heart and soul of Hispanic culture. The Latin Ballet of Virginia (LBV) combines technical excellence with a soulful depth of emotion and an unwavering commitment to education, diversity and accessibility.

Ezibu Muntu African Dance and Cultural Foundation is a professional organization of dancers, drummers, entertainers and other individuals dedicated to invoking a better educated positive understanding of African culture, values, traditions and cultural arts as a whole. Through exposing the community-at-large to educational and artistic programming based on African culture and art forms, Ezibu Muntu hopes to enrich the diversity of the community and reintroduce basic African concepts of family and community into society.

Dia de la Música
Mar
31
4:00 pm16:00

Dia de la Música

  • Sacred Heart Center

WHERE: Sacred Heart Center
WHO: Junior Company with one or two Pro Company members.
STYLE: Salsa or cumbia, contemporary, flamenco and hip hop
NOTES: Performance at 1:30pm
CONTACT: Suzanne Mallory-Parker - 804.788.4717 x 141

The Richmond Symphony along with the Sacred Heart Center is sponsoring a community day of music called, Dia de la Música on May 21, 2017 from 12 pm – 3:00 pm at the Sacred Heart Center.  We are offering this event as a community event celebrating cultural diversity and inclusion through the arts and would like to invite your Jr. Company to participate.  Can you see if you have any availability to perform on that day?  Let me know as soon as you can.  


Heart Ball Gala - Shelby, NC - TBD
Mar
18
9:00 am09:00

Heart Ball Gala - Shelby, NC - TBD

  • LeGrand Center

WHERE: LeGrand Center
WHO: Pro Company
HOW: $100 per performance
STYLE: Western US/Arabia
NOTES: TENTATIVE
Leaving Richmond at noon
Run Through at 4 pm - Performance at 7pm

Event Program 
6:00 pm Reception and Silent Auction
8:00 pm Live Auction, Open Your Heart Appeal, Gourmet Dinner served
9:00 pm Dessert and Dancing

2016-2017 Cleveland County Heart Ball

Saturday, March 18, 2017

A Celebration of creating and sharing. Our evening celebrates: our work and mission; our donors and volunteers; and — most importantly — the lives saved and improved because of everyone’s effort. The Heart Ball promises to be an engaging evening of fun and passion bringing community and philanthropic leaders together. Last year, our Heart Ball campaign raised just over $71 million nation-wide allowing us to fund research and programs across the country and in your community.

Our Mission

Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Our mission drives everything we do. 
Continue to read more about the American Heart Association

NuYoRican
Mar
17
9:30 am09:30

NuYoRican

  • Cultural Arts Center

School Field Trip Performance

Schools in attendance:

  • Stafford High School
  • Binford Middle
  • Lucille Brown Middle School
  • Ad Astra
  • Fluvanna
Nuyorican
Mar
16
9:30 am09:30

Nuyorican

  • Cultural Arts Center

School Field Trip Performances Begin

Performances are 1 hour/please arrive one hour before the performance

If you guys want to give a shout out to the schools coming:

  • Maggie Walker
  • Manchester High School
  • Washington and Lee High School
Heart Association Heart Ball Gala
Feb
25
8:30 am08:30

Heart Association Heart Ball Gala

  • Moretz Mills, LLC

WHERE: Moretz Mills, NC
WHO: Pro Company?
HOW: $100 per performance
STYLE: Western US/Arabia
NOTES: Arriving at 4


2016-2017 Catawba County Heart Ball

Saturday, February 25, 2017

A Celebration of creating and sharing. Our evening celebrates: our work and mission; our donors and volunteers; and — most importantly — the lives saved and improved because of everyone’s effort. The Heart Ball promises to be an engaging evening of fun and passion bringing community and philanthropic leaders together. Last year, our Heart Ball campaign raised just over $71 million nation-wide allowing us to fund research and programs across the country and in your community.

Our Mission

Building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Our mission drives everything we do. 
Continue to read more about the American Heart Association

Girl Scouts International Thinking Day
Feb
24
6:00 pm18:00

Girl Scouts International Thinking Day

  • Powhatan United Methodist Church

WHERE: Powhatan United Methodist Church
WHO
: Ivana and Roberto
WHAT: 15 minute demo on latin dance
HOW: $50 per dancer guarantee
NOTES: Jo Ann will be manning a table there with you guys. We can ride together

Via the coordinator: The event starts at 7pm but we always have an opening ceremony which doesn't take long. Our live performers will go on after all the opening ceremony stuff is over with. Then you will be free to leave. I will be on the look out for you to arrive.

 I have spoken with the coordinator and she thinks if you arrive 7:15ish that would work.