Wednesday, November 22, 2017
The Loudoun Ballet Performing Arts Company exists to provide performance opportunity to our talented, relentless, tireless, dedicated ballet dancers who want only to entertain you and take you on magical journeys where you will marvel at the excellence in presentation and storytelling. While only 8-19 years of age, these amazing dancers not only point their feet while wearing tutus, they connect with your heart and imagination leaving you elated and astonished. Serious balletomanes have exclaimed, "This performance is not amateur! It rivals many major productions." We are here for you in Loudoun County.
We invite you enjoy all of the productions of our 2017/18 Ballet Season. Our season is replete with exciting performances and special events. Our October, production of "Deep in the Forest"", a proprietary production written, choreographed, and staged by our Artistic Director, Maureen Miller featuring unicorns, fairies, and mystical magical forest creatures received standing ovations at all performances. The Nutcracker will be fresh and brand new bringing vibrant costumes and stunning choreography for a sparkling ballet experience. In May 2018, "Alice in Wonderland"" will come to life both small and large, and delight audiences as she searches for white rabbits and mad hatters while keeping her head on her shoulders. Whether you are a veteran of the ballet or just peeking in on this art form, we want to delight you through our excellence of dance and storytelling.
We want to thank our Sponsors, Patrons, and Advertisers who generously support our mission to bring the joy and artistry of dance to Loudoun County.
Maureen Miller has owned and directed her own school and is the former Ballet Mistress to D.C. Contemporary Dance Theater. Maureen is the Director of the Ballet Department of the Loudoun School of Ballet.
Andria Jennens has been a dance teacher in our area for more than 15 years. She teaches the very young ballet student and trains the intermediate/advanced students, as well as adult level dancers.
Ms. Startsman is an Artistic Director of the Loudoun Ballet Performing Arts Company as well as the Assistant Director of the Ballet Department at the Loudoun School of Ballet where she leads the Early Release Program for pre-professional training.