Carolina Ballet Passionately Performs Gorgeously Choreographed Works by Beethoven and Stravinsky

One doesn’t expect to go to the circus when attending the ballet, but that’s just what Carolina Ballet artistic director Robert Weiss delivers to the audience during the performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9th and Stravinsky’s Petruschka from Nov. 19th to 22nd in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium. Every inch of the stage is utilized to create… Continue reading Carolina Ballet Passionately Performs Gorgeously Choreographed Works by Beethoven and Stravinsky

New ballet is a joyous end to Carolina Ballet’s season

Carolina Ballet ended its 14th season with two original ballets by artistic director Dr. Robert Weiss. Beauty and the Beast was the opener, and went on a little too long. But it proved to be worth the wait for Weiss’s world premiere of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. Beauty, danced by Margaret Severin-Hansen, was the youngest… Continue reading New ballet is a joyous end to Carolina Ballet’s season