BAYE Performances

BAYE Concert

Saturday, April 18, 2020
Ives Theatre at the Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center

A concert-style dance performance showcasing original and classical repertoire set by ABAA faculty and guest choreographers. This diverse dance concert presents classical, neo-classical, and contemporary ballet, jazz, and modern dance in a fun and engaging combination.

ABAA students recieve a complimentary ticket with the purchase of an adult ticket!

Student Choreography Showcase

Thursday, October 17, 2019
12:00 pm
ABAA Studio 2

The BAYE Student Choreography Program connects ABAA dancers in new ways, as they learn from their peers and collaborate on projects.  In this application-based program, each student choreographer is connected with a faculty mentor, dancers, rehearsal space, and technical support to create original art.

BAYE students are encouraged to take part in at least one student choreography piece as a dancer during the year. This provides an excellent opportunity to learn new choreography, perform more, and support each other as fellow artists. The Student Choreography Showcase is a great way to see and support these emerging artists.
The Student Choreography Showcase also features previews of some pieces in the spring BAYE Concert!

Défilé

Sunday, May 17, 2020
Ives Theatre at the Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center

BAYE dancers have the opportunity to perform a selection of repertoire at both Défilé student showcases. Not only do BAYE dancers gain an additional performance opportunity, they can take pride in presenting these pieces to a wider audience and engaging our youngest students.

The Nutcracker and Spring Ballet

December 20 - 22, 2019
Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota

March 20 - 21, 2020
Ives Theatre at the Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center

BAYE dancers receive the opportunity to dance in multiple roles in our annual "The Nutcracker" and roughly semi-annual spring ballet (A Midsummer Night's Dream Ballet). Additional rehearsals for these roles take place during regularly scheduled BAYE rehearsals.

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