Auditions for dancers age 5-adult are on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 for our performances on December 15th-16th at The Dana Center at St. Anselm’s College. Audition times are between 10:45 and 1:30pm. Please contact Dimensions in Dance at 668-4196 for more information regarding the audition and being in the performance.
Join us on Saturday, September 15th at Canterbury Shaker Village’s Artisan Festival where we will do our fourth annual presentation of “The Craft of Dance Making.”
Ballet Misha Director and Choreographer Amy Fortier will give a brief lecture on how choreographers craft their pieces with a performance by dancers from Ballet Misha.
For more information on the event, please click here.
Save the Date to celebrate Ballet Misha’s 10th Birthday! Join us on Saturday, March 24th at the Manchester Community Music School for a special evening. The evening will begin with a reception and an opportunity to browse our wonderful raffle items, and will be followed by a dance concert of new choreography and repertory works.
Ballet Misha Dancers Max Auger and Lauren Allan perform at the Kelly Stelling Gallery during an Art Pop up with pieces made by the NH furniture maker’s guild, on Saturday February 3rd. Continue . . .
Join us for Dimensions in Dance’s 21st Annual Production!
on May 19th, 2018
at 1pm and 4:30pm at
The Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH.
Tickets will go on sale in April!Continue . . .
Ballet Misha will perform a new piece choreographed by Director Amy Fortier at the Currier Museum of Art’s Parisian Soiree. The piece was inspired by the works of Toulouse-Lautrec that depict the Parisian nightlife of the late 19th century. Continue . . .
Ballet Misha performs their award winning Nutcracker on December 16-17th, 2017 at the Dana Center, St. Anselm College. Continue . . .
Amy Fortier and dancers from Ballet Misha will be presenting The Craft of Dance Making, a talk and demonstration, at the Canterbury Shaker Village Artisan Festival on Saturday, September 16th in the Meeting House at 11am and 1pm.
This year’s theme is Merce Cunningham and his concept of Chance Dances. Join us Continue . . .