Ballet Across America III Dance Theatre Of Harlem Tickets

Formed under the umbrella of two of the seasoned ballet performers Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook, Dance Theatre of Harlem emerged as a ballet school and company in 1969. It is known as the first ever black classical ballet company because of Arthur Mitchell. He was the first main dancer, who was an African American at New York City Ballet. Milton Homer Bryant and Rosenstock also remained attached with Dance Theatre of Harlem thus contributing in making the company known in the art and dance circles. It has given several popular performances and is all set for more exciting ones. If you want to enjoy their unique and entertaining shows then get your hands on Dance Theatre of Harlem tickets. Be sure to get the tickets on time before they sell out.

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Originally making its debut in 1971 with three chamber ballets by Mitchell at New York Guggenheim Museum, the company received several ballets by Robbins and Balanchine during this time. The company gave its debut show in Europe, at the Spoleto Festival. It was also the first black company to perform at Covent Garden and this was in 1981. The outreach program was initiated in 1992 when the company made its tour to South Africa in Dancing Through Barriers tour. As Dance Theatre of Harlem celebrated its 30th anniversary in 1999, it was inducted in National Museum of Dance as well as Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney Hall of Fame. This was surely not an easy task as only the best become part of it, so it is regarded as a big achievement. Virginia Johnson was declared the Artistic Director in 2009 when Dance Theatre of Harlem celebrated its 40th anniversary.

The company offers admission to children who yearn to learn dance through its outreach program Dancing Through Barriers. Preschoolers as well as senior citizens all are part of the program. A Pre- Professional Residency program is offered by Dance Theatre of Harlem at J.F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC for children ranging between ages 8-18. The program continues from October till April with their final performance at John F Kennedy Center’s Concert Hall as part of the Millennium Stage Series. Some financial constraints restricted the activities of the company since 2004. In 2012-13 the company announced the restart of its performances which are keenly looked forward to by the ballet and dance lovers. Do not miss the chance to be there this coming season as the performance promises to be worth witnessing.

Growing after its modest beginnings, the company was much applauded and followed by the black community. After the lapse of almost a decade many thought that the company might not resume again but the revival gave hope to the dance and ballet lovers to relish the time they had been missing all through these years. Get ready and grab Dance Theatre of Harlem tickets this season as the show will mesmerize you for sure. With a particular style and all black dancers, Dance Theatre of Harlem was a company of its own kind. It was unique yet it carried its hall mark features hard to ignore. The company was conceived right after the assassination of King Martin Luther. There was deep influence of Martin Luther’s thoughts which could be seen in the company too. Thus it was one of the reasons why it could not rise up financially. Now it is up and running. The Dance Theatre of Harlem tickets give a chance to the family and friends to sit together and have a quality time witnessing the dance performances. Grab your share now and be the part of this musical journey.

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