Join Ballet Misha as they celebrate their fifteenth anniversary in this fun concert of new choreography!
Ballet Misha returns to the Audi on April 1-2 for a celebration of its fifteenth anniversary with a concert of new choreographic works by NH based choreographers. Special Guest Company Saving Grace will perform in the April 1st concert.
Saturday, April 1st at 7pm and Sunday April 2nd at 2pm
Thursday, June 1st, 2023
Join us for an extraordinary evening at Alnoba when the dancers of Ballet Misha perform in, on and around pieces from our renowned outdoor sculpture collection.
You’ll enjoy a self-guided tour of the Alnoba grounds as you encounter professional dancers interacting with the red lobster rope folds of Orly Genger’s Going, Going, Gone, the playful angles of Beezy Bailey’s 1000 Year Dance Cure, or the geometric elegance of Dewitt Godfrey’s Up and Away – and more.
This event sold out in a matter of days last year! We are pleased to bring it back to Alnoba for another one-night-only engagement this summer.
Photos by Matthew Lomanno
Join us for this magical, holiday classic the whole family will love, and see why our Nutcracker was named the “Best Art Event of the Year.” Performances are Saturday, December 17th at 1pm and 6pm, and on Sunday, December 18th at 11am and 3pm.
Join Dancers from Ballet Misha at the John Hay Estate at the Fells for a unique afternoon of sculpture and dance on Sunday, September 18th from 1-3pm.
Reflecting this summer’s sculpture theme of Stillness and Motion, dancers from the professional dance company Ballet Misha (of Manchester) will return to the John Hay Estate at The Fells this summer to perform an exploratory collaboration between sculpture and dance. Visitors follow a self-guided tour of the grounds where they will see dancers performing improvisational dance inspired by the sculptures. Dancers will interact with the sculptures, exploring the dynamics of stillness and motion. Several of the sculptors and gallery artists will be present to discuss their work. Guests can move through the exhibits at their leisure to see the dancers, sculptures and art, and meet the artists. Bring a picnic to enjoy in the garden, on the veranda, or in the pavilion.
Members: free, Non-Members: included in regular admission fee.
Ballet Misha is thrilled to be partnered with The Palace Theatre, The Currier Museum of Art, Studio 550, The Manchester Community Music School, and Bookery of Manchester for this week long arts event in Manchester September 12th-18th. Ballet Misha and students from Dimensions in Dance will be performing on Saturday, September 17th outside of the Palace and we will have special free classes and offerings throughout the week! Follow this awesome event!
Ballet Misha explores the ideas of the elements at Alnoba on Friday, May 13th. Join us for this exhibit of sculpture, film, and photography.
Ballet Misha will perform at Kimball Jenkins in Concord, NH as part of the Capital Arts Festival.
Capital Arts Fest Evening Soiree
presented by Red River Theatres & Kimball Jenkins
Kick off Capital Arts Fest with a friends-date night and pack in all the arts at an outdoor evening soiree. Held on the Kimball Jenkins‘ historic campus, mix and mingle as you enjoy light refreshments for the faculty art exhibition, Sharing Oneself. We will switch from visual to performing arts under an outdoor tent and be treated to a salsa lesson with Sindy Chown followed by a performance by professional dance company, Ballet Misha. End your night relaxing to the curated movie selection by Red River Theatres.
Event is free, $15 suggested donation
6:00 PM Public art reception: Faculty Exhibition
6:45 PM Salsa lesson with Sindy Chown and Barranquilla Flavor
7:00 PM Performance by Ballet Misha
8:00 PM Outdoor movie presented by Red River Theatres
Delicious South Indian dinner options are available for purchase from Cafe Mustard Seed from 6-8pm or as supplies last.
Join Ballet Misha at Alnoba Sculpture Park and retreat center in Exeter, NH On Thursday August 5th for a dance and sculpture tour from 5-6pm or 6:30-7:30pm. Dancers will perform with, in, and around the sculptural works exhibited on the pristine Alnoba grounds.