Upcoming Events & Performances

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Music, Tutus, & Movement

Ballet Embody will be performing selections from The Maryland Nutcracker, as well as traditional classical ballet dances and contemporary dance pieces, intertwining a fun and engaging lecture demonstration on how ballet has evolved through the last several centuries. Audience members are invited to ask questions about ballet technique, storytelling, what it's like to be a ballerina, etc. at the end of the performance. 

Friday, September 30, 2022

10:00am-11:00am

Westminster Library

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International Edgar Allan Poe Festival

Maryland's premiere dance project dedicated to representing narratives  and original ideas through the tangible and visible art form of dance.  Founded in 2019, Ballet Embody perform both classical and contemporary ballet with the intention of  entertaining, educating, and inspiring audiences in the Greater Baltimore region. Ballet dancers will interpret Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart. 

 

2:45pm on the main stage 

Saturday, October 8, 2022

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Perfect for dancers who have a strong dad, brother, grandpa, (or significant other/adult friend for those over the age of 18) who is willing to step up for a fun challenge!

 

Class will be taught at an absolute beginner level, and will focus on assisted balances, basic promenades, and coordination in basic assisted jumps. No experience necessary for your dance partner- we'll all learn together!

This is a fun way for non-dancers to learn the challenges of ballet partnering, and for dancers to experience being partnered!

 

Dancers from all studios are welcome.

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The Maryland Nutcracker

Ballet Embody's The Maryland Nutcracker, an original take on the holiday classic, returns to the stage in December 2022. Journey through the wonderful state of Maryland with Clara and her local friends. This second iteration is an expanded version of the production that premiered in 2021.

Save the Date:

Saturday, December 10 at 7pm

Sunday, December 11 at 2pm

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Ballet Embody reimagines a Shakespearean classic, A Midsummer Night's Dream. A story of chaos, love, forgiveness, ride the thrill these overlapping and intertwining storylines.

Save the Date:

Dates & Times Coming Soon