California Ballet Faces an Uncertain Future as the Current Economic Downturn Takes its Toll.

Nutcracker and Swan Lake Threatened!

The 43rd 2010-2011 season is threatened, including the beloved production of The Nutcracker and a planned production of Swan Lake

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Financial support from the community is vital to help ensure the future of California Ballet and our upcoming season.

Donations of all sizes are welcome- even $5 can make a difference

Make a Donation via our website, facebook or by phone:
PH: 858-560-6741

             Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and the Calbal Blog               for daily updates on our fundraiser.

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A message from California Ballet Director, Maxine Mahon

MaxineMahon.jpg“We want to open the curtains in 2010 and keep professional dance artists employed. We do not want to contribute to the ever-rising unemployment picture in the city.

California Ballet is an integral part of San Diego’s arts & culture community and contributes to the city’s tourist industry/reputation as a cultural destination point.

San Diego could lose an artistic jewel and the most popular, longest-running Nutcracker in Southern California."

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Interviews with local arts figures will be made available via YouTube. Take a look below to see an interview with Former CBC Prima Ballerina Denise Dabrowski and CBC Music Director John Stubbs.

 

California Ballet Company PH: 858-560-6741 www.californiaballet.org

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One Response to “California Ballet Faces an Uncertain Future as the Current Economic Downturn Takes its Toll.”

  1. The Origins of California Ballet Company (1968-1971) « California Ballet's Blog Says:

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