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Legend of Sleepy Hollow returns for its third year

Central West Ballet's venture into Halloween tradition makes its third seasonal run this year, hoping to gain a consistant following at the box office.

Artictic Director René Daveluy says the project has gathered enough interest since its premiere in 2015 to warrant repeat performances each season. "We are excited about the prospects of taping into seasonal events and reach a wider audience with themes such as Halloween and well known subjects like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Daveluy goes on to explain, "this ballet has a wealth of beneficial elements that is doing good for our Company and its Academy and Trainee Company, CWB II".

Indeed, Central West Ballet has nurtured the growth of its Academy and its trainee second company over the course of the last five years. "We have seen tremendous improvements in our students with their techique and stage experience since the inception of Legend of Sleepy Hollow", explains Academy Director Leslie Ann Larson, "the ballet contains an extensive school scene and the inclusion of students and CWB II members in the Barn Dance, the main divertissement in the first act".

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Legend of Sleepy Hollow returns for its third year

Central West Ballet's venture into Halloween tradition makes its third seasonal run this year, hoping to gain a consistant following at the box office.

Artictic Director René Daveluy says the project has gathered enough interest since its premiere in 2015 to warrant repeat performances each season. "We are excited about the prospects of taping into seasonal events and reach a wider audience with themes such as Halloween and well known subjects like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Daveluy goes on to explain, "this ballet has a wealth of beneficial elements that is doing good for our Company and its Academy and Trainee Company, CWB II".

Indeed, Central West Ballet has nurtured the growth of its Academy and its trainee second company over the course of the last five years. "We have seen tremendous improvements in our students with their techique and stage experience since the inception of Legend of Sleepy Hollow", explains Academy Director Leslie Ann Larson, "the ballet contains an extensive school scene and the inclusion of students and CWB II members in the Barn Dance, the main divertissement in the first act".

Legend of Sleepy Hollow returns for its third year

Central West Ballet's venture into Halloween tradition makes its third seasonal run this year, hoping to gain a consistant following at the box office.

Artictic Director René Daveluy says the project has gathered enough interest since its premiere in 2015 to warrant repeat performances each season. "We are excited about the prospects of taping into seasonal events and reach a wider audience with themes such as Halloween and well known subjects like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Daveluy goes on to explain, "this ballet has a wealth of beneficial elements that is doing good for our Company and its Academy and Trainee Company, CWB II".

Indeed, Central West Ballet has nurtured the growth of its Academy and its trainee second company over the course of the last five years. "We have seen tremendous improvements in our students with their techique and stage experience since the inception of Legend of Sleepy Hollow", explains Academy Director Leslie Ann Larson, "the ballet contains an extensive school scene and the inclusion of students and CWB II members in the Barn Dance, the main divertissement in the first act".

Legend of Sleepy Hollow returns for its third year

Central West Ballet's venture into Halloween tradition makes its third seasonal run this year, hoping to gain a consistant following at the box office.

Artictic Director René Daveluy says the project has gathered enough interest since its premiere in 2015 to warrant repeat performances each season. "We are excited about the prospects of taping into seasonal events and reach a wider audience with themes such as Halloween and well known subjects like The Legend of Sleepy Hollow". Daveluy goes on to explain, "this ballet has a wealth of beneficial elements that is doing good for our Company and its Academy and Trainee Company, CWB II".

Indeed, Central West Ballet has nurtured the growth of its Academy and its trainee second company over the course of the last five years. "We have seen tremendous improvements in our students with their techique and stage experience since the inception of Legend of Sleepy Hollow", explains Academy Director Leslie Ann Larson, "the ballet contains an extensive school scene and the inclusion of students and CWB II members in the Barn Dance, the main divertissement in the first act".

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Central West Ballet performed an outstanding two performances of the classic romantic ballet Giselle on October 17 and 18 at the Gallo Center for the Arts. Giselle, the famous ballet that is renowned for its seamless integration of storyline, acting and dancing has often been qualified as “the perfect ballet”.

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Central West Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker at the Gallo Center for the Arts was a resounding success with upgrades in sets, costumes and new characters for participating community children. The advertised new Christmas Tree met expectations, with a natural look and beautiful candles, due to the addition of LED lights.This is Artistic Director René Daveluy’s 10th year in bringing The Nutcracker to the stage.

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Let's Dance Part 2 is set to surpass the excitement of last year’s show stopping evening. A two year cycle of a James Irvine Foundation Grant, Let’s Dance! has made an impact on Central West Ballet’s development over the duration of the program. The Company has worked hard on presenting impromptu events around the community including open air markets, art galleries, university campuses, dance studios and various natural congregating environments.

The season finale of CWB’s performances at the Gallo Center is raising the stakes with its third presentation of a Balanchine ballet on the evening program. The show will close with the much anticipated King of Pop, to the dance moves made famous by Michael Jackson.

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