What is ONE @ The Ballet?
Initiated in 2009, One @ the Ballet is a monthly in-studio dance presentation which aims to break the barrier created by the stage, bringing audience one step closer to the dancers. These part-narrative sessions conducted by Artistic Director Janek Schergen will explore a wide spectrum of dance topics which will enable individuals gain a greater insight into the world of dance. From something as detailed as the little rituals dancers perform before they go onstage, to the creative process a choreographer undergoes to create a new work, the audience can expect to enhance their knowledge of dance and also watch our dancers up close and personal as they perform excerpts from our main performance seasons.
27 february, Don quixote
Don Quixote, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa, has become well known as a classical ballet of a unique sort. The music for the ballet is by Ludwig Minkus and the story is drawn from the famous tale of Miguel Cervantes. It was first created for the Bolshoi Ballet in Russia and has now found its way into the repertoire of SDT. It is a ballet that blends memorable characters, brilliant and bravura choreography and a timeless narrative. The production was staged for SDT by Cynthia Harvey. It has sets and costumes designed especially for our own production. We’ll give you a glimpse of the ballet in rehearsal before it goes to the stage for performances.
One @ the Ballet is held once a month on a Saturday from 1pm -215pm.
Singapore Dance Theatre Founder's Studio
Bugis + Mall, 201 Victoria Street, #07-02/03
Please note that children aged 3 and below will not be admitted.
Please email us at email@example.com with the following details.
1) Session(s) that you would like to attend. e.g. 6 June, George Balanchine.
2) Number of places you would like to register for.
3) Mobile number.