Schools and organizations, here is your opportunity to watch Colorado Ballet live! We are seeking groups throughout Colorado and out-of-state (and even out of the United States) who are interested in streaming a free live performance by Colorado Ballet.
During the 2016/2017 season, Colorado Ballet served 12,475 viewers for Swan Lake and The Nutcracker in 27 states and five international countries including Mexico, Jamaica, Barbados, Nicaragua, and England. Of the 143 schools/organizations that remotely streamed, 83 percent were new participants for this season. This was the second season that Colorado Ballet offered live streaming of our student matinee series.
During the 2015/2016 season, we reached approximately 7,700 participants in 14 Colorado counties, 30 states and 6 countries (Ecuador, Ireland, England, Greece, Italy, Canada) through the live stream of our student matinee series.
This season, we offered two free streaming opportunities during student matinee series: Swan Lake and The Nutcracker. Both live streaming opportunities for 2016/2017 are now over.
Productions will be available a week after the initial live streaming. If you are interesting in accessing the video during the week after, please make a note on your online form.
Study guides for each production are available here. Please consider utilizing these teaching resources in your classroom to make for a more in-depth exposure to dance and ballet.
The necessary requirements for the remote live stream are:
Please note, the student matinee performances (which you are watching live) are final dress rehearsals. Therefore, the artistic staff will occasionally make audible comments to the dancers, or, more rarely, even stop the performance to make changes. This enables students to have a “behind the scenes” look into the production.
Please consider sending pictures to us after you watch the production–we love to see our programs in action! Please e-mail photos and quotes to email@example.com.
“Thank you so much for allowing our school to watch the ballet today! It was a wonderful production and your company is truly changing lives and helping these children learn to love and appreciate the arts.” Cloverdale Elementary
“The video and audio quality of the stream was excellent.” -Garfield Elem., Loveland
“Thanks for this awesome experience...it felt like we had front row seats! :)” -Richard T. Castro Elementary
“24 students LOVED it and were mesmerized by the music, dancing, lights, effects, and costumes! As a matter of fact, I had the pleasure of watching many kids dancing, twirling, and pretending to play various musical instruments during recess. We are a dual-language (Spanish/English) school here at Harris and having this opportunity to watch a performance that can be understood in any language was incredible.”
A huge thank you to Duke Hartman, Rick Romano and EON247 Inc. for spearheading this incredible program!
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