Weʼve raised £3,375 to help fund Brecon Festival Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker" to be held at Theatr Brycheiniog in December
- Funded on Tuesday, 31st December 2019
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Brecon Festival Ballet is a not-for-profit company that has been formed to present their production of The Nutcracker at Theatr Brycheiniog for Christmas 2020.
The ballet has been created by Artistic Director Katy Sinnadurai, a ballet dancer and choreographer based in Brecon. All principal roles will be performed by professional ballet dancers, with children’s and character roles taken by local dance students and actors. The Snowflakes chorus will be sung by a local choir, and the production will be accompanied by the Welsh Chamber Orchestra
The first production last year was extremely successful with five sell out performances. However we will need to fund the cost of the orchestra, the professional dancers, and create more scenery and costumes so that we are not dependent on hiring these in every year. We are applying for grants and launching a fund-raising campaign to help us cover the costs of this exciting production but these have been hampered by the Covid-19 pandemic and we hope that you will consider donating a sum, however small, to our cause.
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Nov 23, 2019
We love the ambition and vision of this project. Having worked on Nutcracker with NBT in the 1980s it's great to see you bringing this original production to Brecon.
Nov 17, 2019
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. . . hope this helps . . .
Oct 7, 2019
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