Atlanta Ballet 2 Performance at Frazer Center – Mar 9, 2019

Atlanta Ballet 2 to perform at Frazer
Atlanta Ballet 2 to perform at Frazer

Atlanta Ballet 2 Performance
Frazer Center Atrium
Saturday, March 9, 2019
2:00–3:00 p.m.

The partnership between the Frazer Center and Atlanta Ballet is flourishing, and as part of the collaboration, the Ballet’s second company, Atlanta Ballet 2, will perform in the Frazer Center Atrium on Saturday, March 9, at 2 p.m. This is a free public event thanks to a grant from the Building Community Network which is led by Georgia Center for Nonprofits and The Home Depot Foundation.

Atlanta Ballet is the state ballet of Georgia and the nation’s oldest ballet company. For the past several months, interested participants of Frazer’s Adult Program have been attending classes twice weekly at the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education in Virginia Highlands. The goal of the program is to offer safe and entertaining physical exercise as well as exposure to different art forms, and to assist participants in discovering different forms of dance while finding enjoyment and health benefits in regular exercise.

Frazer Center CEO Paige McKay Kubik says, “This partnership is giving the adults in our program the chance to broaden their horizons by learning new skills and meeting new people in the professional community. We are thrilled to host this Atlanta Ballet 2 event and hope to see our Lake Claire neighbors in the audience!”

The program will include new works choreographed by Atlanta Ballet company dancer Nadia Mara (titled “Volar”), Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education faculty member Armando Luna, and former New York City Ballet principal dancer Monique Meunier, as well as a section of Atlanta Ballet 2 presents Beauty & the Beast by Bruce Wells.

No reservations are required.

To learn more about Atlanta Ballet 2, visit

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