Ballet Chicago

Ballet Chicago Events

Date Type City State

Ballet Chicago Programs

Weeks - Start Dt Program Type Program Name Age Range  
2 - 7/27/2020 Summer Advanced Repertory Workshop 11 - 23
5 - 6/22/2020 Summer Summer 11 - 23
1 - 6/15/2020 Summer Boot Camp 11 - 24
0 - 9/4/2019 PostHS Studio Company 15 - 22
5 - 6/24/2019 Summer Summer 11 - 23
30 - 9/5/2018 PostHS Studio Company 15 - 22
17 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60602
312-251-8838

Financial

in thousands fiscal years 2018 / 2017 / 2016
Revenues unknown 1506
Expenses unknown 1560
Net Income 0 32 / -54 /
Assets unknown 216 / 158 /

Repertoire

2016/17 - Square Dance, Stars and Stripes Pas de Deux, Celestial Rites, World Premiere Secrets de Printemps.
2015/16 - The Nutcracker

Artistic Director

Daniel Duell - Founder and Artistic Director, Duell is a force in the development of American Classicism, and is passionate about the advancement of ballet technique in its purest and most energetic form. As a dancer with the New York City Ballet from 1972-1987, he was taught and coached daily by George Balanchine. Quickly rising through the ranks, Duell was promoted to Soloist in 1977, and then Principal Dancer in 1979. He performed a wide-ranging repertoire, dancing leading roles in the ballets of George Balanchine, Jerone Robbins, Peter Martins, and Jacques d'Ambois, among others, including multiple works that were created for him. A Ford Foundation Scholarship recipient from the age of 13, he trained with the Dayton Civic Ballet, then at The School of American Ballet, and at the age of 19 was invited to join NYCB. In addition to his fifteen years at NYCB, he was a featured guest artist for numerous companies nationwide and performed for several PBS Dance in America public television programs. Duell has been choreographing since 1980 and has created works for Ballet Chicago, Ballet Hispanico of New York, Dayton Ballet, Harkness Dance Theatre, The Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, and The School of American Ballet. He also collaborated with WTTW Channel 11 in Chicago to design two programs; the first, an Emmy Award winning special (outstanding cultural programming) on Ballet Chicago, and the second entitled "Love in Four Acts," a program showcasing four Chicago choreographers selected by Duell. He was also awarded the 2000 Ruth Page Award from the Chicago Dance Community for the Artistic Direction of The Ballet Chicago Studio Company.

Dancers

First Company - unknown

Second Company - unknown

Apprentice - unknown

Trainee - unknown

17 N. State Street
Chicago, IL 60602
312-251-8838

Event Site information:
Indiana Univ
1201 East Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
event details

Fee: $30
College
11:00-12:00 pm - registration
12:00-1:30 pm - class

Pre-college
4:45-5:45 pm - registration
5:45-7:45 pm - class

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