Ballet San Antonio dancers. Courtesy photo.

Ballet San Antonio has experienced leadership changes over the past week. We want to assure everyone that our season is proceeding as planned. Currently our dancers are in rehearsal preparing for Swan Lake. Our ballet mistress Amy Fote is leading these rehearsals as she has done for all of our previous productions since her arrival along with Dominic Walsh.

Ballet San Antonio is proud of its growth artistically over the past four years and recognizes that growth is only possible by a team effort. This effort by our talented dancers, a small overworked yet dedicated staff, and a Board committed to supporting these projects by raising the funds needed for the company to move forward and be successful. Our donors and patrons make up the “most valuable team member” category for without them none of our success would be possible. Ballet San Antonio will continue to be a team of dedicated people committed to bringing the highest quality dance to this community.

As BSA moves into its next chapter we are committed to identifying a leadership team that will elevate our productions to new heights and provide a business acumen that can help chart a course of sustainability for Ballet San Antonio.

We encourage our community to come and experience the beauty of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, October 9, 10, 11. Contact the Tobin Center box office at 223-8624 for tickets or go online at www.tobincenter.org.

*Featured/top image: Ballet San Antonio dancers.  Courtesy photo.

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Christine Mayer / Ballet San Antonio

Christine Mayer is board chair of Ballet San Antonio.