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Events

Ballet Hawaii has an exciting list of events throughout the 2015-2016 season.

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Summer 2016

Ballet Princess Camp

 

Ballet Class, Story Telling, Show & Tell, Arts & Crafts, Dress up, Tea Party, Snack, and a lot more!

  • Monday – Friday, June 6-10,  and June 13-17 4-6 year olds, 9:00-12:00pm
  • Limited space available so register today!
  • $250.00 for the week.
  • $50.00 non-refundable registration fee due with application.
  • Tuition balance due on May 1.
  • Classes will be taught by Miss Giselle and Miss Raven.
  • Cancellation or Refunds: For cancellations up to 2 weeks prior to the beginning of camp, 75% of the tuition is refunded. $50.00 registration fee is not refundable. No refund will be given for cancellations after the 2 week deadline. If a camp does not fill, BH reserves the right to cancel and will issue a full refund for the session including the registration fee.

 

Ballet Hawaii Spring Showcase 2016 at the Hawaii Theatre

 

Presenting our Spring Showcase 2016 on May 14 at 7:00p.m. and May 15 at 1:00 p.m.and 4:30 p.m. at the Hawaii Theatre. Saturday evenings performance features excerpts of classical ballets and original works performed by students from Ballet Hawaii’s per-professional training program. These performances are the culmination of weeks of study and daily rehearsal. Every student at Ballet Hawaii performs in the Spring Showcase recital with new choreography by their talented and dedicated instructors including Regina Ahlgren, Minou Lallemond, Giselle Laurie, Laurie LaCour, Raven Matsushita, Mareva Minerbi, Heidi Putteril, Susan Quong, and Yvonne Yanigahara.

 

 

No city can be great without culture and the arts. And to make a city loved by its people, it must be lovable since no city can be complete without dance.

― Frank Fasi, Former Mayor, City & County of Honolulu