Minnesota Ballet

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  • Main studio & office at 301 W 1st St, Ste 800, Duluth, in historic Grain Exchange. Additional studios at St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, Duluth. Major performances in Duluth at DECC Auditorium and UMD's Marshall Performing Arts Center.

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  • Business hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at the former Grain Exchange.

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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    1215 Rice Lake Rd
    Duluth, MN 55811
    Call: (218) 529-3742

    Celebs and their professional ballet partners vie in this ballroom barn-burner, with supporters cheering like hockey crowds. While audience votes are counted to determine the overall winner, the Minnesota Ballet treats the audience to a lively dance sampler.

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    350 S 5th Ave W
    Duluth, MN 55802
    Call: (218) 529-3742

    The favorite fairy tale, set in a medieval kingdom, with rich choreography, lush period costumes, and starkly beautiful set, complete with drawbridge and Forest of Thorns.

  3. The Nutcracker

    350 S 5th Ave W
    Duluth, MN 55802
    Call: (218) 529-3742

    Minnesota Ballet’s sparkling production, set in Manhattan in the early 1900’s, with Edwardian costumes, the Party Scene in a lush townhouse overlooking Central Park, the Snow Scene in a glittery Central Park presided over by the Ice Fairy, a magical journey to exotic lands presided over by the Sugar Plum Fairy. Live accompaniment by the University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Music Sinfonietta.

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    350 S 5th Ave W
    Duluth, MN 55802
    Call: (218) 529-3742

    The Minnesota Ballet 2014-15 season opens with an exciting trio of world-class dance. “Raymonda Suite” dazzles with Russian bravura, set to the lushly romantic score by Alexander Glazunov. “Clowns & Others” delights with with charm and humor, choreographed by New York-born Salvatore Aiello and performed to live piano music. “Who Cares?” will send audiences over the top with its effervescent choreography by world-renowned choreographer George Balanchine, set to eight vintage George Gershwin tunes.
    “Who Cares?” Choreography by George Balanchine The George Balanchine Trust

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