Come celebrate one of the longest days of the year as DotOUT celebrates its 11 year anniversary at dbar with the Summer Solstice Tea Dance on Sunday, June 21st.
DotOUT Summer Solstice Tea Dance at dbar
Sunday, June 21
4:00 – 8:00 PM
A $10 suggested donation is requested with the proceeds going to benefit Network LaRed, www.tnlr.org. To get you in the mood, here are a few photos from past Summer Solstice Tea Dances at dbar.
Saturday night check out CONTROVERSY x TOGETHER with local DJ Begbick and NYC DJ Mike Q, an internationally known DJ & one of the most famous producers of Ballroom Vogue Beats.
Begbick and Mike Q will be joined by live performances by Phunk Phenomenon, Boston’s most acclaimed hip-hop dance crew.
*White attire suggested.
Boston Ballet’s final show of the season, Thrill of Contact, opens later this week and runs from May 14-24. If you have never been to the ballet or if it has been a few years since your last visit, this is the perfect opportunity to see the versatility of Boston Ballet dancers.
The final production of the season, Thrill of Contact, is a striking compilation of precision and impressive athleticism featuring works by Balanchine, Robbins, Forsythe, and a world premiere by Boston Ballet’s Principal Dancer, Jeffrey Cirio.
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again… Boston is fortunate to have such a talented ballet to call our own and you may be pleasantly surprised by how much you love attending their performance in the beautiful Opera House in Boston’s Theater District so make a night of it and come out to support Boston’s arts scene.
For More Information and to Purchase Tickets Link Here
Saturday, May 16th the ICA Boston is hosting their Party On The Harbor from 9:30 – Midnight. Rotating sets from DJs Bianca Oblivion, Knife and Texas Mike will be paired with experimental performance art. The event includes an open bar with specialty cocktails and retro themed desserts.
Tickets are $100 for ICA Members and $150 for the general public. More details about the event are available here.
Boston Ballet continues the spring Perception series with Edge of Vision, a triple bill program featuring three works commissioned by Boston Ballet: Jorma Elo’s world premiere, Bach Cello Suites (featuring Elo as one of the 11 dancers); Helen Pickett’s, Eventide, with new music, choreography, scenic designs and lighting since it originally premiered at Boston Ballet in 2008; and Lila York’s, Celts, which sets classical ballet, jigs, and speedy footwork to a mix of Irish music.
Edge of Vision opens Thursday, April 30 through Sunday, May 10, 2015, at the Boston Opera House. Tickets start at $29. For more information, visit www.bostonballet.org or call (617) 695-6955.
The Boston Ballet latest production, Shades of Sound, will open on Thursday, March 19th and run through Sunday, March 29th at the Boston Opera House.
The program will include Chroma with one of the largest groups of Boston Ballet Orchestra musicians in its history. According to the press release the production will also include Episodes and Black Cake. While I’m not familiar with the second and third presentations, I absolutely love Chroma and am sorry I will not be able to get to the Ballet for opening night or their opening weekend.
If you have not made plans for the weekend and you like contemporary dance, I suggest checking out the Boston Ballet. Click the link below to learn more about Chroma, Episodes and Black Cake.
For more details about Boston Ballet’s Shades of Sound and for tickets link here.