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BECOME ONE of CAROLINA BALLET’S PRECIOUS JEWELS

In appreciation of your support, all Precious Jewels receive complimentary admission for two to the Ballet’s donor room during intermission. Please see below for additional benefits.
 

Crown Jewel ($25,000+ Annually)

Diamond benefits plus:
Private Dinner for 8 with the Artistic Director and Select Dancers
 

Diamond ($10,000+ Annually)

Ruby benefits plus:
Framed Annual Company Photo
 

Ruby ($5,000+ Annually)

Sapphire benefits plus:
Donor’s Choice of Autographed Pointe Shoes or Dancer Photo
Acknowledgment Under Your Dancer or Program Sponsorship
Invitation to the Studio and Lunch or Dinner with Your Dancer
Opening Season Studio Reception
 

Sapphire ($2,500+ Annually)

Emerald benefits plus:
Complimentary Parking Pass
Acknowledgment under Performance Sponsorship
 

Emerald ($1,000+ Annually)

2 Complimentary Mezzanine Tickets to the Performance of your Choice
Admission for 2 to Dress Rehearsal Wine & Chocolate Reception

 

For more information on becoming a Precious Jewel or donations on any level, please contact Jill Diaz, Director of Development, at (919) 747-8457 or jdiaz@carolinaballet.com.

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Dancer SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Dancer sponsorship opportunities begin at the $5,000 level.

ENRICHMENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Enrichment sponsorship opportunities begin at the $2,500 level and include sponsoring

Performances
Live Music
Costumes
Community Outreach
Education

 

To learn more about sponsoring one of our talented artists or enrichment opportunities, please contact Jill Diaz, Director of Development at jdiaz@carolinaballet.com or 919.747.8457.

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Carolina Ballet would like to thank the following government agencies, corporations and foundations that gave generous annual gifts from January 1, 2012 to August 31, 2013.  * indicates Multi-Year Pledge.

 

$100,000+

                

 

 

 

Capitol Broadcasting Company*
Duke Energy Progress*
PNC Foundation*

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$50,000-$99,999

The Shubert Foundation

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$25,000-$49,999

 

 

   

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina*
E. T. Rollins, Jr., and Frances P. Rollins Foundation
The John William Pope Foundation

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

$10,000-$24,999

  

 

              

 

                                 

 

Fenwick Foundation*
Hillsdale Fund
The Jerome Robbins Foundation
Rex Healthcare
Silverback Foundation
Williams Realty and Building Co., Inc.

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$5,000-$9,999

                                     

 

             

 

                       

 

                

 

Association of Corporate Counsel
AutoPark Honda Leith VW Nissan
Belk, Inc.
CapTrust Financial Advisors
McGuireWoods LLP
Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, LLP
PNC Bank
Wake Stone Corporation
Wells Fargo
William Bass Charitable Foundation

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

$2,500-$4,999

                       

 

                                

 

                      

 

Credit Suisse
The Cypress of Raleigh
Deloitte
First Citizens Bank
Impact Orthopaedics
North State Bank*
Paragon Commercial Bank
Saks Fifth Avenue
Smith Anderson, LLP
Walter S. Mander Foundation

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

$1,000-$2,499

                                              

 

                       

 

Araneda & Stroud Immigration Law Group
The Kyser Foundation
Lexus
Midtown 115 Bar and Grille
NC Solar Now
Nomacorc
Red Hat, Inc.
SWA Consulting, Inc.

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$500-$999

                        

 

           

 

Bagwell & Bagwell
Chase Community Giving
Moffat Pipe, Inc.
Nicole’s Studio
Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP

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Corporate In-Kind Partners

Carolina Ballet would like to thank the following corporations who gave generous in-kind gifts from January 1, 2011 to August 31, 2013.

$50,000-$99,999

Capitol Broadcasting Company
Clean Design

$25,000-$49,999

Centerline Digital
Clear Channel Communications
Ingram Collection, LLC
The News & Observer Publishing Company
O2 Fitness
Synergy Spa
Vision Point Marketing
Wake Living Magazine

$10,000-$24,999

Alfred Williams & Company
celito.net
The Herald Sun
Dr. Mary Huelsbeck
Midway Plantation
MMI Public Relations
Northampton Consulting
Photographer’s Education & Resource Center
Rich, Smith, & Tart General Denistry
Ruggero Piano
Theo Davis Printing
Triangle Disc Care/Dr. Michael L. Hall
William Ivey Long Studios
YAY! Advertising

$5,000-$9,999

Anna Baird Choi/Allen, Pinnix & Nichols, P.A.
Armes Photography
Brower Chiropractic Center
Capital Chrysler Jeep Dodge
The Chocolate Boutique
Chris Walt Photography
Frameworks
Jewels of Light Healing
Live Work Play
Nomacorc
Our State Magazine
Pulse Pilates
Releve Dancewear
Triangle Downtowner Magazine
Viceroy Hotels & Resorts
Waste Management

$2,500-$4,999

The Angus Barn
Boom! Magazine
Carolina Parent Magazine
The Container Store
Curtain Bluff
Legacy Lighting / Cat Valand
McClatchey Broadcasting Co.
Neuse River Printing & Graphics
Ora Designers/Fine Jewelers
Outreach NC Magazine
Raleigh School of Ballet
Tumbling Colors, Inc.
WCPE–The Classical Station
Whole Foods Market
Wingshooting Destinations

$1,000-$2,499

Allen, Pinnix & Nichols, P.A.
American Dance Festival
Cutawhiskie Creek Outfitters, LLC
Diamonds Direct
Flanders Art Gallery
Footlights
The Fresh Market
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Healthtrax Fitness & Wellness
The Independent Weekly
The Jewish Federation of Raleigh-Cary
Marine Max
Mitchell’s Catering and Events
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
North Carolina Opera
North Carolina Symphony
Progress Physical Therapy
Raleigh Marriott City Center
Saks Fifth Avenue
Triangle Arts and Entertainment
Vaughan’s Fine Jewelry
The Webb Farm
WUNC FM

$500-$999

18 Seaboard
Artspace
Artworks – The Studio, Inc.
Atelier N Fine Jewelry
Bailey’s Fine Jewelry
Barnsley Gardens Resort
Bevello
Blue Water Spa
Cardinal Club
Contemporary Art Museum
Dance Etc.
Driver MindBody
Eatman’s Carpet and Interiors
Fleur
HR Hunting
Kristen’s Shoe Boutique/Kristen’s Place
La Farm Bakery
Luxury Apparel Group
N.C. State College of Textiles
NC Solar Now
Nicole’s Studio
North Carolina Theatre
North Raleigh Florist
Peter Millar, Inc.
Poole’s Diner
The Raleigh Denim Workshop
Raleigh Plastic Surgery Center, Inc.
Salon Blu
Scout and Molly’s Boutique
Seaboard Studio 123
The Umstead Hotel and Spa
Vermillion
Worth Collection
Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP

$250-$499

Acquisitions, Ltd.
Aesthetic Solutions
Bacio Salon
behrends by design
Caffe Luna
Capital Properties of Raleigh
Carolina Gym
Carolina Premium Outlets
Davenport At Bevello
Fearrington House Inn-Restaurant-Spa
Fly Salon
Gena Chandler
J. McLaughlin
Jim Gallucci Contemporary Art
John Silver Gallery, Inc.
Juliet Barrus Gallery
Knick Knack Paddy Whack
The Lollipop Shop
Lorien Hotel & Spa
Mignonne Gavigan
Neal Goodwin Photography
North Carolina State University
On the Square Restaurant & Wine Store
Palm Beach Vintage Jewelry
Richard B. Hardy Custom Clothier and Shirtmaker
Second Empire
Theatre Raleigh
Von Kekel Salon
Wake Plastic Surgery
Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club
The Wine Feed

$100-$249

Anne Crawford Custom Shopping
Audrey Echt, MD Dermatology
Balanced Body, Inc.
The Ballet Burn
The Body Shop
Burnie Batchelor Studio
Cafe Helios
Charlotte’s Inc.
City Kitchen
Commercial Printing Company, Inc.
Courtney Bell Collection
The Cupcake Shop
Davenport At Five Points Florist
Durham Bulls Baseball Club
Evolve Movement
Four Square Restaurant
Gabrielle Handmade Jewelry
Hertzberg Furs
J. Betski’s Restaurant
Jennifer Robertson Photography
John F. Blair, Publisher
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Joy and James Phoenix
Katherine Connell Interior Design
Kinetic Fitness Studio
L & M Consultants
LadyFingers Catering
Mandolin
Marbles Kids Museum
Nana’s Restaurant
North Carolina Zoo Society
North Hills Club
Organize Wize
Palm Avenue
Physios
PNC Bank
Pure Barre
Quintessentials
Raleigh Dance Theatre
The Refectory Cafe
Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel
Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Simply Divine
Smart Body Pilates
Sue Jett’s Kitchen
Terrazo Trattoria
Tobacco Road Cellars
Tweetsie Railroad
Uniquities
White Dahlia

Developed with the Support of the PNC Foundation

 

 

Carolina Ballet is honored to be a part of PNC’s Grow Up Great early childhood initiative. The Ballet’s program Grow Up Great with the Arts is currently in its second year. This initiative is a collaboration with the North Carolina Museum of Art and the Wake County Public School System’s Office of Early Learning. The Ballet and Museum bring creative movement and visual arts experiences into Title I Pre-K classrooms to enrich the learning and school readiness of high-need students. This year, the program will reach over 250 students in fourteen classrooms throughout Wake County.

The Ballet’s nine-week creative movement residency brings dance teaching artists into classrooms to work closely with teachers and students. Creative movement fosters a variety of early academic skills and provides all students a new way to access knowledge. The curriculum is designed to help students develop literacy, numeracy, critical thinking, social, and motor skills. In addition, the program provides educators with new instructional strategies and support in using the arts as a teaching tool.

        

The creative movement residency curriculum is based upon the Early Learning Standards for North Carolina Preschoolers and was designed to complement what teachers are already doing in their classrooms. The program uses developmentally appropriate creative movement activities to explore real-world topics in depth. Students are actively engaged throughout each lesson, which follows a consistent routine. Lessons include an introduction, warm-up, and several focus activities, before ending with a “ballet bow” that introduces elements of pre-ballet and serves as a closing.

“I love kinesthetic learning and this takes it to an even better level… with creative movement they are able to express themselves. It also works on 21st century skills. I like that we introduced real life things into the lessons.” –GUGA Participating Teacher

"This program challenged me to leave my comfort zone. I enjoy moving and dancing with my students, and I now feel like I have a way to make movement activities more purposeful to teach and reinforce different concepts." - GUGA Participating Teacher

This program is supported by the PNC Foundation.

Get the inside scoop

At select performances, Carolina Ballet dancers, choreographers, designers, staff, or other special guests will engage in a Pre- or Post-Performance discussion to take you inside the world of a professional bellet company.

Talks are free to the public.  Seating is limited; reservations required.  Please contact our Box Office for reservations or more information: 919.719.0900.

 

Balanchine's Rubies Pre-Performance Talk

Saturday, October 26, 2013 1:30 pm
Overtures Room, Fletcher Opera Theater

Carolina Ballet’s Costume Designer Kerri Martinsen will be discussing the making of the costumes for Balanchine's Rubies in-house.

 

Vivaldi's The Four Seasons Pre-Performance Talk

Saturday, February 22, 2014, 1:30 pm
Overtures Room, Fletcher Opera Theater

Guest: TBD

 

Romeo & Juliet Pre-Performance Talk

Saturday, March 22, 2014, at 1:30 pm
Overtures Room, Fletcher Opera Theater

Guest: TBD

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Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Durham, May 3, 2014

Performance Sample

Robert Weiss crafted this production of Sleeping Beauty in 2008, set to the magnificent Tchaikovsky score, and closely following the choreography of Marius Petipa, while incorporating the personal, almost magical touch only he can deliver. The result is a fresh and thoroughly fiery fairy tale experience replete with stunning scenery and spectacular costumes. The addition of a massive, stage-filling dragon that the Prince must kill before reaching the sleeping Princess Aurora brings a stunning element of fantasy to wow both children and adults alike.

Performance Sample

Robert Weiss crafted this production of Sleeping Beauty in 2008, set to the magnificent Tchaikovsky score, and closely following the choreography of Marius Petipa, while incorporating the personal, almost magical touch only he can deliver. The result is a fresh and thoroughly fiery fairy tale experience replete with stunning scenery and spectacular costumes. The addition of a massive, stage-filling dragon that the Prince must kill before reaching the sleeping Princess Aurora brings a stunning element of fantasy to wow both children and adults alike.

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Robert Weiss crafted this production of Sleeping Beauty in 2008, set to the magnificent Tchaikovsky score, and closely following the choreography of Marius Petipa, while incorporating the personal, almost magical touch only he can deliver. The result is a fresh and thoroughly fiery fairy tale experience replete with stunning scenery and spectacular costumes. The addition of a massive, stage-filling dragon that the Prince must kill before reaching the sleeping Princess Aurora brings a stunning element of fantasy to wow both children and adults alike.

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Robert Weiss crafted this production of Sleeping Beauty in 2008, set to the magnificent Tchaikovsky score, and closely following the choreography of Marius Petipa, while incorporating the personal, almost magical touch only he can deliver. The result is a fresh and thoroughly fiery fairy tale experience replete with stunning scenery and spectacular costumes. The addition of a massive, stage-filling dragon that the Prince must kill before reaching the sleeping Princess Aurora brings a stunning element of fantasy to wow both children and adults alike.

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Robert Weiss crafted this production of Sleeping Beauty in 2008, set to the magnificent Tchaikovsky score, and closely following the choreography of Marius Petipa, while incorporating the personal, almost magical touch only he can deliver. The result is a fresh and thoroughly fiery fairy tale experience replete with stunning scenery and spectacular costumes. The addition of a massive, stage-filling dragon that the Prince must kill before reaching the sleeping Princess Aurora brings a stunning element of fantasy to wow both children and adults alike.

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The most tragic love story ever told. Carolina Ballet is proud to once again feature the beloved tale of Romeo & Juliet. This age-old story comes to life with choreography that is “thrillingly right for every moment, from the ribald humor of the street dancers to the aching romance of the star-crossed couple and to the angry rivalry of the feuding families.” (News & Observer, May 1999) This is a not-to-be-missed show full of edge-ofyour-seat moments and beautifully choreographed dances, showcasing the highs and lows of true love.

Also showing in Raleigh, March 13-30, 2014

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We are thrilled to announce our 2014-2015 season, once again bringing the Triangle innovative new works, proven
masterpieces and classic expressions of passion and artistry. Since you are a valued subscriber, we want to be sure you are able to keep your seats, and if you renew your subscription before March 21, 2014 we will gladly guarantee those seats. If you desire a change, our staff would be happy to assist you in securing a new seat for this exciting season before seating is made available to the general public.

Firebird, September 11-28, 2014

Carolina Ballet is excited to open our 17th season with the beloved Russian folktale, Firebird. This mesmerizing ballet is set to the groundbreaking score by Igor Stravinsky and choreographed by our very own Artistic Director, Robert Weiss. This program will also feature new ballets by Zalman Raffael and Robert Weiss.

 

Dracula, October 9-26, 2014

Back by monstrous public demand, Dracula returns to the stage to entice and""hypnotize audiences once again. Lynne Taylor Corbett’s stylish and passionate retelling of Bram Stoker’s classic tale of love and horror is sure to have you on the edge of your seat. Coupled with Edgar Allan Poe’s Masque of the Red Death with choreography by Robert Weiss, this is an evening of the macabre filled with beauty, fear and sensuous artistry.

 

A Balanchine Evening, February 5-22, 2015

Honoring the legacy of America’s greatest choreographer, we are proud once again to present a program of George Balanchine’s choreographic mastery. Balanchine is a legend who crafted not only a vision for the stage, but charted a new course for the entire art form. Over the years we have introduced Triangle audiences to 22 Balanchine ballets, and this year the lineup is highlighted by The Four Temperaments.

 

Master Composers: Music for Dance, March 5-22, 2015 

During the past fifteen plus seasons, Robert Weiss has been inspired to create new work to several of the most famous scores in the musical canon – Handel’s Messiah, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Grieg’s Piano Concerto and just recently, Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, among others. Next spring, Weiss and Raffael will create an evening inspired by the dance music of the great composers including Mozart, Bach and Beethoven.

 

Swan Lake, April 16-19, 2015 

Throughout the centuries of classical ballet, no work more completely defines the art form than Swan Lake. This epic story of love, longing, magic and mystery has become synonymous with ballet itself as it soars to the ethereal heights of Tchaikovsky’s immortal score.

 

Cinderella, May 14-17, 2015

No fairy tale touches us like this classic journey of a girl whose toil and grace are rewarded one night with magic, love, and an enchanted pair of shoes. Zalman Raffael’s ballet, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, funded by a grant from the New York Choreographic Institute, will also have its stage premiere.