The first of our series, Books to Ballet, in partnership with the Catawba County Library System will begin this month. We will be performing Swan Lake at the following branches: September 7th Maiden @ 10am Newton @ 11:15am Southwest @ 12:30pm September 28th Sherrill’s Ford/Terrell @ 10am Conover @ 11:30am St Stephens @ 1pm Come dance with us!
Nutcracker Auditions are this Friday, September 6th from 4pm-8pm. Ballet Levels 4-6 and men are encouraged to attend. Come prepared with scheduling conflicts for your calendar.
We’ve already been graced by the talents of two guest teachers this year, founder Melissa French and Mallory McVey. Our students love learning new skills from qualified instructors!
We were excited to once again collaborate with our friends at the Hickory Museum of Art for their Art of Adventure event. HBPA students, parents, and staff enjoyed the night of entertaining others with classical variations from around the world and being entertained by the stories of Jeff Cline’s adventures.
On August 14th, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate our new 501(c)3 status. We were so grateful for this chance to talk about our mission and hopes for the future, as well as successes of this past year.
HBPA spent Saturday morning, August 17th at the Farmer’s Market! We talked about fall classes and students demonstrated some of their work. We love our studio and telling others about it!
HBPA students fought the heat to dance through the Old Soldiers Reunion Parade in Newton on August 15th.
HBPA is busy getting ready for our spring productions of Alice in Wonderland, Music Man, and Hats! Click Here for more info!
CLICK HERE for info on all our fun summer camp options!
HBPA dancers performed several pieces at the Hickory Museum of Art’s 75th Anniversary Light Up the Night Gala on February, 9th. Gershwin-inspired ballet pieces, choreographed by Anthony Schweighardt, greeted guests as the walked in. Ballerinas in tutus provided live music box entertainment in the miniature gallery. Then, museum patrons enjoyed a piece in the Coe Gallery to start the evening, …
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