"Allowing students to perform is an important mission of her company, and it’s certainly an admirable one. Some dance enthusiasts may find it dull watching children at various levels of dance training, and some, like myself, will find it fascinating to witness the great potential of these young dancers."
- Jack Hanley, Indie Theatre Now
Many thanks to our Bach to the Streets sponsors:
Bach to the Streets PART 1
When: April 28, 29, 30 @ 6:30 pm
Where: Lady Moody Triangle Park, 249-271 Avenue U, Brooklyn (across the street from CBT)
Program: Johann Sebastian Bach's Petite Fugue, and Orchestral Suite in D major, (Air and Gavotte)
Who: Covenant Ballet faculty and students including CBT-2 junior company
Free to the public.
Bach to the Streets PART 2
When: May 13, 14, 20, 21 @ 7:00 pm
Where: 251 Avenue U, Brooklyn (on the sidewalk and inside CBT studio)
Program: Johann Sebastian Bach's Violin Concerto #1 in A minor, and Maurice Ravel's Bolero
Who: Covenant Ballet faculty and students, with the Craig Brann jazz group
Free to the public. First come, first served for inside seating.
Resident choreographer and artistic director, Marla Hirokawa began creating original story ballets in order that her students would have the opportunity to dance alongside professional dancers. Since 1989, her repertory has grown to fourteen story ballets and a number of smaller dance works.
Each year, Covenant Ballet presents a dance concert highlighting an old or new Hirokawa production. Here is a sample of past productions: