The English National Ballet has introduced new work to its repertoire of ground-breaking works that had been done previously.
Under the directorship of Artistic Director, Tamara Rojo CBE, the touring company performed Giselle in 2019 at the Harris Theatre, Chigaco, which sold out, with members being people from 33 states in the US and others from six different countries. The success saw ENB promise to return to the US with another of Akram Khan’s full-length production – Creature.
The English National Ballet (ENB) was founded in 1950 by English Dancers, Alicia Markova and Anto Dolin and was initially referred to as the London Festival Ballet.
Since then, the ENB has been at the fore of ballet’s evolution and growth, with performances across the UK and other major theatres such as The Bolshoi Theatre and Palais Garner.
The ENB also has a distinguished orchestra, the English National Ballet Philharmonic, which is responsible for playing music the ballet dancers dance to, while also providing performing at events.
The ENB considers itself a UK leader in creative learning and engagement practices and has shown that through building innovative partnerships to deliver flagship programs, an example of which is Dance for Parkinson’s.
The ENB is a registered charity and thus, relies on public funding to continue its work. The organization currently seeks to raise 3 million pounds ($ 4.1 m) yearly to continue its work.
Thus, anyone seeking to discuss how they want to support the English National Ballet with a philanthropic gift can contact Michael Adamson, the Philanthropy Manager, through +44 20 7590 4071, or they can reach him via email at email@example.com.
Alternatively, those wishing to donate by check can write their check to KBFUS. You will write ‘American Friends of English National Ballet’ in the memo part of the check then send the check to KBFUS, 10, Rockefeller Plaza, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10020.
Meanwhile, gifts and other forms of contributions can be sent through Email at KBFUS at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (212) 713 7660.
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