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Review: Sacramento Ballet raises the bar (platform) with 'Carmina Burana' Special

Sacramento - The Mar. 27th opening night performance of the Sacramento Ballet's “Carmina Burana” was nothing short of a mind-blowing, mind-altering, jaw-dropping display of movement, physicality, beauty, color, talent, and finally tuned choreography.

A look at ballerina Alexandra Cunningham Special

Sacramento - Alexandra Cunningham is a remarkable woman. She has danced professionally with the Sacramento Ballet for nine years under the watchful eyes of two of the world's greatest artistic directors.

Injury sidelines ballerina for remainder of 'Nutcracker' shows Special

Sacramento - On Thursday, Dec. 19, Alexandra Cunningham was at the barre going through the normal warm-ups and routines along with the other dancers in Studio 1 at the Sacramento Ballet studio complex.

Review: Sacramento Ballet's 'The Nutcracker' was on pointe opening night Special

Sacramento - “The Nutcracker,” the popular ballet set to music composed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, opened in at the Community Center Theater, Sat., Dec. 7, with an afternoon matinee followed by an evening show.

Sacramento Ballet fine-tunes 'The Nutcracker' Special

Sacramento - Last night, the Sacramento Ballet dancers did a run through of the popular seasonal ballet, “The Nutcracker,” which opens Saturday, Dec. 7th, for a 13 performance run .

Review: 'Rubies' proves to be a gem for the Sacramento Ballet Special

Sacramento - Last Thursday night's 2013-2014 season opener of the Sacramento Ballet celebrated the genius of Igor Stravinsky and his music with three works.

Review: No riot at the Sacramento Ballet's 'Rite of Spring' performance Special

Sacramento - Sacramento Ballet artistic directors, Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda, pulled out all stops in last Thursday night's three ballet season opener with The Rite of Spring, the century old ballet choreographed to music by Igor Stravinsky, as the finale.
 

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Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda watch from above the orchestra pit.
Ron Cunningham and Carinne Binda watch from above the orchestra pit.
The maid (Lauren Breen) plays shy with the package boy.
The maid (Lauren Breen) plays shy with the package boy.
Dancer Richard Porter (on stage) gets a last word of encouragement from Ron Cunningham (far right).
Dancer Richard Porter (on stage) gets a last word of encouragement from Ron Cunningham (far right).
Lauryn Winterhalder performs with Stefan Calka in the Snowflake Forest.
Lauryn Winterhalder performs with Stefan Calka in the Snowflake Forest.
Lauryn Winterhalder and Stefan Calka demonstrate their versatility as they dance as Arabians.
Lauryn Winterhalder and Stefan Calka demonstrate their versatility as they dance as Arabians.
The mice fight with the Nutcracker to take his sword.
The mice fight with the Nutcracker to take his sword.
Mother Ginger appears to be outdone with her ginger children.
Mother Ginger appears to be outdone with her ginger children.
The little  Bakers  line up before going on stage.
The little "Bakers" line up before going on stage.
Dancers Rex Wheeler (foreground)  Lauryn Winterhalder  and Stefan Calka stretch  warm up  and wait p...
Dancers Rex Wheeler (foreground), Lauryn Winterhalder, and Stefan Calka stretch, warm up, and wait patiently for their call.
Lauryn Winterhalder and Stefan Calka as Snow Queen and King.
Lauryn Winterhalder and Stefan Calka as Snow Queen and King.
Grandma (Sarah Britton Hicks) yawns as the night wears on.
Grandma (Sarah Britton Hicks) yawns as the night wears on.
The Christmas party begins.
The Christmas party begins.
Sarah Britton Hicks defies gravity as she sails through her hula hoop.
Sarah Britton Hicks defies gravity as she sails through her hula hoop.
Maid (Maggie Rupp) tends to Grandma (Sarah Britton Hicks).
Maid (Maggie Rupp) tends to Grandma (Sarah Britton Hicks).
Dancers after the show answer questions for the audience.
Dancers after the show answer questions for the audience.
The Soldier (Rex Wheeler) and Vivandiere (Karina Hagemeyer) are all wound up.
The Soldier (Rex Wheeler) and Vivandiere (Karina Hagemeyer) are all wound up.
Lauren Breen dazzled the audience with her Spanish routine.
Lauren Breen dazzled the audience with her Spanish routine.

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