Connecticut Concert Ballet Presents Spring Performance

From Fairytale characters to examining Life Forces around us, Connecticut Concert Ballet’s spring showcase really moves.

Manchester, CT, May 11, 2016 --( CCB’s Spring show presents eclectic repertory and premiere works that highlight classical and contemporary dance technique including classical ballet, contemporary ballet, modern dance and jazz. Professionally staged with full costumes and lighting, a CCB performance appeals to audiences of all ages and pleases lovers of multiple genres of dance.

Performances will be held at the state of the art Bailey Auditorium, Manchester High School, 134 Middle Turnpike East, on Saturday, May 14 (6 p.m.) and Sunday, May 15 (1:30 p.m.).

Ticket Prices: Preferred Front Seats $35; General Admission: Adult $25, Child/Student/Seniors $15. Tickets are available at or call the toll free call center at 855.222.2849 for more information. Tickets will also be available at the door.

Audiences will be treated to:
-Excerpts from the ballet Sleeping Beauty - Classical ballet enchanted with Fairytale characters. This year featuring Guest Artists Kristy DuBois as Princess Aurora, David Dubois as Prince Désiré and Azamat Asangul in the virtuoso role of The Bluebird

-HOME - An original new ballet performed by the Connecticut Concert Ballet Pre-Professional Ensemble which examines injustice and discrimination in the world around us and looks to a brighter future for all

-Creative and exciting new pieces choreographed by faculty members Lorelei Chang and Christina Shortt featuring the dancers of CCB's Modern and Jazz programs; Life Force and Get on Your Feet

Connecticut Concert Ballet is a semi-professional 501(c)(3) classical ballet school and performing arts organization with studios in Manchester on the Glastonbury line and in Windsor at the Loomis Chaffee School. It has 300 students from over 40 towns in the Greater Hartford, northern and eastern areas of the state. CCB brings fully staged ballet and dance productions to audiences from all over Connecticut twice a year including the Nutcracker in December and Dynamic Directions in May. CCB is a multi-year winner of “Best Dance Lessons” in Hartford Magazine’s “Best of” readers’ poll.

CCB offers a robust, year-round schedule of classes in ballet, modern and jazz for ages 3 to adult. Connecticut Concert Ballet proudly employs the AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE® National Training Curriculum.

For more information on the school and summer programs please visit call 860-643-4796, or follow
Connecticut Concert Ballet
Kathleen Manero