Royal Winnipeg Ballet Tickets
Book your Royal Winnipeg Ballet tickets and be a part of the latest season of one of the most famous dance companies in the entire world. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet has been around for close to eight decades and during this time it has raised the bar when it comes to dance productions. Now it is all set to play host to some more stunning productions as part of its latest season. Fans will get to enjoy the company's versions of epic productions like The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet and The Wizard of Oz, among others. If you are a ballet fan then avail this wonderful opportunity. Book your tickets and watch the event of your choice live.
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The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is back with another season of spellbinding productions for you. Just book your Royal Winnipeg Ballet tickets and watch their versions of some of the biggest classics in theatrical history, live.
Laying the Foundations
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet traces its roots back to the year 1939 when the duo of Betty Farrally and Gweneth Lloyd laid its foundations and called it the "Winnipeg Ballet Club". Two years later it was renamed the "Winnipeg Ballet" and it kicked off its touring schedule across Canada for the first time in the year 1945. The Canadian Ballet Festival was held for the first time in 1948 thanks to the efforts made by the Winnipeg Ballet.
The organization was growing in stature and in 1953 it received the title of the royal by Queen Elizabeth II. The ballet celebrated that achievement by going on a tour of the United States in the year 1954. The year however was not without its lows. In June, the ballet's building caught fire and caused a lot of damage.
The Arrival of Arnold Spohr
The arrival of Arnold Spohr in 1958 as the Artistic Director of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet was a watershed moment for the company. He remained at the helm till 1988 and in those three decades changed the face of the organization. Spohr had joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in 1945 but as a dancer. When he took over as Artistic Director he remained focused on developing dancers from Canada.
Spohr was a visionary and apart from the development of Canadian talent, he also decided to take the company on international tours on a regular basis. He also actively contacted and engaged with dancers and choreographers from all around the globe to make the Royal Winnipeg Ballet a truly global force.
In the year 1962, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet began its General Division School which was headed by Jean McKenzie. Two years after that, the RWB began its scholarship program which was headed by Ted Patterson. The company then went on to win not one but two gold medals at the 1968 Paris International Dance Competition and in 1972; David Moroni was given the post of the principal of the Professional Division which was incepted recently.
In the year 1987, Galina Yordanova staged the premiere of the Swan Lake in front of a jam-packed house. The performance also received widespread critical acclaim. Spohr left in 1988 and he was replaced by Henry Jurriens. Unfortunately, he passed away in a car accident in April of 1989.
John Meehan then took over in 1990 but had to leave the post in 1993 because of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's financial issues. William Whitener replaced him but he had to leave after two years as well.
André Lewis' Arrives
André Lewis then took over duties of the Artistic Director in the year 1996. He joined the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in the year 1975 as a performer all the way till 1990. He has turned RWB' fortunes around and currently holds the positions of the Artistic Director and the CEO of the company.
A Mesmerizing Season
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet's latest season promises to be one for the ages. "The Nutcracker," "Romeo and Juliet," "The Wizard of Oz," "Spotlight 2019," "Ballet & The Band," "On The Edge" and "Dance Spectrum” will all be a part of RWB's new season and the fans are excited to see what is in store for them this time around. If you want to watch performances by an organization that is among the best in the world, then book your Royal Winnipeg Ballet tickets and get ready to be mesmerized.
Royal Winnipeg Ballet Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Royal Winnipeg Ballet tickets is $174. The date and location for this event is 31-Mar-20 at Mary W. Sommervold Hall at Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. The minimum get-in price for Royal Winnipeg Ballet tickets is $86.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Royal Winnipeg Ballet: The Wizard of Oz||Sioux Falls||31-Mar-20||$174||$86|
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