The dancers of Ballet des Amériques return to the Emelin Theatre for their season finale with a program that is sure to rouse, engage and move all audiences: The professional dancers will perform the season’s favorites from the company’s ever-evolving repertoire as well as new choreography by Carole Alexis, while the conservatory students will present something entirely new: a set of miniatures choreographed by Carole Alexis to Beethoven’s Variations for Cello and Piano.
The two matinee performances on June 23rd cap a wildly successful season of original choreography including four sold-out performances of Carole Alexis’ Nutcracker Dream at the Emelin Theatre in December, Westchester Wednesday Dance at the Tarrytown Music Hall, Evenings of Dance in Port Chester and the company’s latest performance at The Osborn in Rye. We invite all who have not seen us so far and look forward to reconnecting with our loyal fans to celebrate the culmination of our season.
The Emelin Theatre
153 Library Lane
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Carole Alexis and her surging professional dance company Ballet des Amériques, founded in 2011, have garnered continuous press and television coverage, and both have received numerous awards, including official government proclamations honoring Ballet des Amériques as the “Best Ballet Company” and “Westchester’s Premier Dance Company.” After the successful completion of nearly 100 public performances — including performances at their theater of residence, the historic Tarrytown Music Hall, the United Nations Headquarters, Florence Gould Hall, Festival de Fort-de-France in Martinique, and sold-out performances at the Emelin Theatre in New York — Carole Alexis and Ballet des Amériques are under contract to tour internationally in 2020.