Enjoy “An Incredible Mixed Bill” This Weekend

Paris Ballet and Dance will present "An Incredible Mixed Bill" on the Dreyfoos Hall stage at the Kravis Center June 2

Paris Ballet and Dance's Black Swan Pas De Deux. Photo by Julie Luxton
Paris Ballet and Dance’s Black Swan pas de deux. Photo by Julie Luxton

The Jupiter-based dance school Paris Ballet and Dance will present “An Incredible Mixed Bill” June 2 at 7 p.m. on the Dreyfoos Hall stage at the Kravis Center. The performance will feature selections from renowned ballets, including the Don Quixote Suite, excerpts from The Sleeping BeautyLa Esmeralda pas de deux, Flames of Paris pas de deux, and the Le Talisman variation.

The show will also feature the world premiere of “Match”—a performance dedicated to Serena Williams—choreographed by New York City Ballet Principal Tiler Peck and performed by American Ballet Theater Principal Skylar Brandt and Joffrey Ballet School trainee Breeanna Palmer. Presented by Lola Abigail Koch, founder and producer of Ballet Support Foundation in collaboration with Paris Ballet, this new work unites the dynamic worlds of tennis and ballet.

The performance will also feature a special performance of “The Dying Swan” by Brandt, plus stunning performances from the school’s talented students ages 3 to 18 years. The show will also highlight guest performances by Paris Ballet alumni and Palm Beach County natives Sebastian Bondar and Mario Mery, who now dance professionally with Boston Ballet II and Ballet West, respectively.

Seniors Endia Banks, Maia DeOreo, Raelin Flanigan, and Isabella Gutierrez will also perform lead roles before going on to study dance in college.

Tickets start at $14. For tickets, call the Kravis Center box office at (561) 832-7469 or visit kravis.org.

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