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ITHACA, N.Y. –– Starting April 16 the Ithaca Ballet’s Spring Dance will be available for viewing at home via home stream. The performance will remain open for viewing until April 22.

The show also includes an inside view of the choreographer’s creative process in the time of covid and original pieces by Kristina Hilliard, Amy Walker O’Brien, Amanda Moretti, Kara Skrubis and Maria Valencia Alvarez with one vintage clip by Lawrence Brantley. 

This year the Ithaca Ballet dancers rehearsed and were filmed at the Hangar Theatre, locations in downtown Ithaca, and Cornell University.  Filmed and edited by Marilyn Rivchin, the dance performances are creatively woven together with intimate conversation and fascinating rehearsal footage.

The trailer for “Virtually SpringDance” is available here  

Tickets are available online here. Ticket sales are live for 72 hours.  Adults are $25, Students, children and seniors are $15.

The Ithaca Ballet is asking you to support the not-for-profit arts in challenging times. You can visit their website for more information on programming, lessons and more.

This performance is sponsored by CFCU Community Credit Union, Michael Lausell, and Michael Mee.

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