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Richmond Ballet, Inc. Name provided directly to GuideStar from organization* as of: 12/18/2014: Richmond Ballet, Inc.

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/13/2015: RICHMOND BALLET INC

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Richmond Ballet, Inc. Name provided directly to GuideStar from organization* as of: 12/18/2014: Richmond Ballet, Inc.

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/13/2015: RICHMOND BALLET INC

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Physical Address: Richmond, VA 23219 
EIN: 54-6049848
Web URL: www.richmondballet.com 
NTEE Category: A Arts, Culture, and Humanities
A62 Dance
Ruling Year: 1960 


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Mission Statement

For more than three decades, Richmond Ballet has been guided by a mission that is both simple and grand in scope: to awaken and uplift the human spirit through dance. To achieve this, the State Ballet of Virginia presents professional ballet performances that meet the highest standards of excellence; trains ballet dancers, both student and professional; and excites and nurtures a love of dance with engaging education and outreach programs.

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Ms. Stoner Winslett

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Since June 1980

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Stoner Winslett is the founding Artistic Director of the Richmond Ballet professional company. Under her direction, Richmond Ballet has established the first major company of professional dancers in the Commonwealth, commissioned 59 new works from choreographers from around the world, introduced the acclaimed Minds In Motion program into area schools, and renovated and occupied its landmark downtown Richmond building on Canal Street. She led the company through its highly successful 2005 debut at The Joyce Theater in New York. This appearance was followed by three return New York City engagements, as well as debut performances at the Chicago Dancing Festival and Spring to Dance Festival in St. Louis. In June 2012, the company made its international debut in the Linbury Theatre at London's Royal Opera House. During her tenure with Richmond Ballet, Ms. Winslett has built an impressive repertory for the company with a foundation of full-length classics and 20th Century masters coupled with a strong commitment to new work. Her own choreography is part of the backbone of the company's repertory, including her acclaimed version of The Nutcracker. Ms. Winslett's work has been recognized both regionally and nationally with numerous appointments and honors. She served as a Cadmus Leader-in-Residence at the Jepson School at the University of Richmond, was named a YWCA Woman of the Year and was chosen by "Style Weekly" as one of the 100 must influential Richmonders of the 20th Century. In 2008, she received jointly with Richmond Ballet the Governor's Award for the Arts. Ms. Winslett has served on arts panels for several state arts councils and the National Endowment for the Arts, for which she has also been a site visitor. She was a vice-chair of Dance/USA and currently serves as president of the John Butler Foundation. In February 2005, she received The Smith College Medal, the highest honor the college confers on an alumna.

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Each year, our professional company presents a full season of performances on two Richmond stages: the Carpenter Theatre at Richmond CenterStage and Richmond Ballet's own Studio Theatre. Our performance season includes the following programs: Studio Series - Four productions presented in the state-of-the-art, 250-seat Studio Theatre located in the Ballet's building in downtown Richmond. Each Studio Series production typically features nine performances of a world premiere ballet paired with significant works from the Ballet's repertory. The productions have become a must-see for dance lovers who relish the opportunity to experience exceptional, ground-breaking dance performances presented in a casual, intimate setting. Story Ballet Productions - Full-length, classic works performed to live orchestral accompaniment in the beautifully-renovated Carpenter Theatre. We present two story ballet productions in a season, including our signature holiday classic, The Nutcracker.

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As The State Ballet of Virginia, Richmond Ballet is a resource for all Virginians and an ambassador for the state in communities across the country. In addition to our local programs, we undertake fall and spring tours that provide professional dance performances and education programs to thousands of people in communities across the state that lack access to professional dance. In recent years, we have also worked to extend our reach beyond the borders of our home state and share our extraordinary company of artists with the international dance community. We have been fortunate to appear on both the national and international stage, with recent performance engagements at the Linbury Theatre in London's Royal Opera House, The Joyce Theater in New York, the "Spring to Dance Festival" in St. Louis, Missouri, and the "Ballet Across America" festival at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. In March 2014, Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that Richmond Ballet, The State Ballet of Virginia, has accepted an invitation to perform at the 15th Annual 'Meet in Beijing' Arts Festival in Beijing, China at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in May 2015. The trip will mark the Ballet's first journey to Asia, and the organization's second international tour, following a successful run at the Royal Opera House's Linbury Theatre in London, England in June 2012.

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Founded in 1975, the School of Richmond Ballet provides year-round dance instruction, from beginner to pre-professional levels. Classes are not audition-based, but open to anyone who wants to learn to dance. We offer a varied curriculum taught by a world-class faculty in a state-of-the-art facility shared with Richmond Ballet's professional company of dancers. Financial aid and scholarships are awarded to help qualifying students pursue a dance education at the School. Further, the School's pre-professional programs are recognized among the best in the nation and have served as a successful training ground for many of Richmond Ballet's professional company members. More than half of the Ballet's current professional dancers received some or all of their dance training through the School. Other graduates have enjoyed professional dance careers with other national companies, including American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet.

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Richmond Ballet's Minds In Motion (MIM) is a year-long program that is part of the fourth-grade curriculum in 26 Central Virginia and Charlottesville elementary schools. It provides students a chance to study and perform dance in weekly classes, interact with professional dancers, present performances for a live audience and attend professional ballet performances. MIM classes are accessible to all students, including those with physical disabilities and other special needs. Students learn teamwork and self-discipline along with dance steps and a sense of self-confidence and accomplishment that they carry with them long after their fourth-grade year. Now entering its 20th year, MIM reaches across social-economic and racial backgrounds to offer at-risk and more privileged students a shared, in-depth experience with dance. The program currently serves more than 1,820 students in Richmond and other communities across the Commonwealth.

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Richmond Ballet strives to engage the community by making professional dance accessible through education and outreach programs. We offer the following activities in Central Virginia and on tour across the state: Lecture-Demonstrations - in-school performances that tie directly to a specific classic story ballet production, such as Don Quixote or Cinderella. The dancers introduce the classic story on which the ballet is based, explore the ways in which dancers use movement, costumes and scenery to bring stories to life onstage, and offer insight into the life of a professional dancer. Audience participation is encouraged. Youth Performances - abbreviated daytime productions that are performed for elementary school children. Staged in conjunction with Richmond Ballet's full-length story ballet productions, including The Nutcracker, youth performances for Central Virginia students are presented in the Carpenter Theatre at Richmond CenterStage. Master Classes, Company Class Observations and Rehearsal Viewings - activities that allow community members to meet our artists and gain insight into the inner workings of a professional ballet company.

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During the 2013-14 Season, Richmond Ballet:Celebrated the Professional Company's 30th Anniversary Season with a diverse repertory program featuring George Balanchine's Serenade, Salvadore Aiello's The Rite of Spring and Fancy Free-- the first-ever Jerome Robbins ballet for Richmond Ballet.Accepted an invitation to perform in May 2015 at the ""Meet in Beijing"" Festival in China. Richmond Ballet continues to serve as a valued cultural ambassador for Richmond and the Commonwealth of Virginia.Supported new work by commissioning and presenting two ballets by Philip Neal and Ma Cong, along with four original works as part of the fourth New Works Festival.Toured the Richmond area and to Fairfax, Wise, Lawrenceville, Richlands, Albemarle and Vienna. In addition, Richmond Ballet II, presented 72 lecture-demonstrations in elementary schools in the City of Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico, Charlottesville, Albemarle, Dinwiddie, Powhatan and Williamsburg.Returned to the Carpenter Theatre for the Minds In Motion year-end production. The Minds In Motion production featured performances from over 1,400 students for a growing audience of nearly 5,300. Goals for the 2014 - 2015 SeasonA three-production residency at the Carpenter Theatre: Carmina Burana and Mozartiana, Don Quixote and The Nutcracker.The Studio Series will feature five world premiere New Works, Swipe and Liebeslieder Walzer will return to the Richmond Ballet Studio Theatre this season. Minds In Motion will continue the partnership with City of Richmond, Charlottesville, Woodbridge and Israel, as this outstanding program continues to share the joy of movement and reach more students.The upcoming season will conclude with a preview of the mixed repertory program, Made in The USA: Traditions & Innovations, which the Ballet will take to China as part of the 'Meet in Beijing' Arts Festival, in May of 2015.
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