When a child learns ballet, it’s not just about knowing the moves that will score the lead role in “The Nutcracker.” It’s a way of learning all kinds of things, said Kelly Harp Haber, a teacher with Ballet Mississippi who works primarily with children ages 7 and under. Haber was at the Children’s Museum on…
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The Ballet Mississippi Guild hosted the Sugar Plum Fairy’s Tea Party at the Mississippi Museum of Art. The event was held prior to The Nutcrackermatinee. The seated lunch included live musical entertainment and visits from The Nutcracker characters. See the full article here.
MONDAYS are busy days at the Madison Square Center for the Arts. From the first floor of the 124-year-old building that once housed Madison-Ridgeland High School, one can hear classical ballet music; children’s feet running on hardwood; yelling (the good kind) from the drama class; and the thrum of a guitar. See the full article here.