COLORADO BALLET MAGAZINE

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Photo: Don Peitzman

Photo: Don Peitzman

 

Colorado Ballet Magazine

Customized content and relevant advertising provides the backdrop for patrons to experience the Colorado Ballet’s exciting performances. Magazines are hand-delivered for each production and always include detailed biographies on dancers, choreographers and others who bring magic to the stage.
 
Potential Audience
89,000 per season

Frequency
3 issues per season

Colorado Ballet

Founded in 1961, Colorado Ballet brings world-class dance to Colorado as one of the state’s oldest and most successful performing arts institutions. It’s among the highest regarded ballet companies in the United States.

Ellie Caulkins Opera House

The 2,268-seat Ellie Caulkins Opera House is located in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Situated on a four-block, 12-acre site, the Arts Complex is the largest in the world, featuring 10 performance spaces connected by an 80-foot-tall glass roof. 

June Swaner Gates Concert Hall

Each Ballet season includes a performance in the June Swaner Gates Concert Hall at the University of Denver campus. DU is home to the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts.





Demographics




Source: Colorado Ballet

Source: Colorado Ballet





Schedule




 

Fall 2017 ISSUE

October 6-15
Ad Deadline: September 8

DRACULA
October 6-15
Dracula returns to the Colorado Ballet due to popular demand! It will feature choreography by Michael Pink with music created by Philip Feeney and played by the Colorado Ballet orchestra. The show will be based on Bram Stoker’s original gothic horror. It will be a hair raising and spine chilling way to start the 2017/2018 season.

CHANDRA KUYKENDALL AND DOMENICO LUCIANO PHOTO: ALLEN BIRNBACH

CHANDRA KUYKENDALL AND DOMENICO LUCIANO
PHOTO: ALLEN BIRNBACH


Holiday 2017 ISSUE

November 25 - December 24
Ad Deadline: October 27

Dana Benton, The Nutcracker Photo: Allen Birnbach

Dana Benton, The Nutcracker
Photo: Allen Birnbach

 THE NUTCRACKER
November 25 - December 24
The Colorado Ballet will perform its 57th annual production of The Nutcracker this holiday season. The ballet was named last year as the best loved Nutcracker in the United States in the 10th Annual Goldstar National Nutcracker Award contest. This is the largest production of The Nutcracker in the region and tickets sell out quickly.


Spring 2018 ISSUE

February 16 - April 1
Ad Deadline: January 19

ROMEO AND JULIET
February 16-25
Romeo and Juliet combines choreography by Derek Deane with music by Sergei Prokofier to tell this timeless love story. It will include extraordinary dancing to show character relationships and a wonderful music arrangement to substitute for Shakespeare’s poetry. The ballet will include everything audiences have come to expect, from the star-crossed lovers’ final moments to the famous balcony scene.

BALLET DIRECTOR’S CHOICE
March 30 - April 1
This sequence of shows will feature three ballets: Pillar of Fire, A Brief Fling and a third work that is still to be announced.

The ever-popular Pillar of Fire is the story of a woman named Hagar who so desperately wishes she could find love. The man she wants to be with is swept away by her sister and Hagar finds herself upset and with another man. In the end, love trumps all and the man she wanted all along accepts her for her flaws and gives her the love she wanted all along. The ballet features original choreography by Antony Tudor with music by Arnold Schoenberg. Colorado Ballet is the second company to ever perform this work.

A Brief Fling is choreographed by Twyla Tharp with music by Michael Colombier. The ballet will highlight what these amazing dancers can do and will challenge them with classic choreography. It will showcase different styles of costumes, storytelling and dance. This ballet will appeal to many audiences from die-hard dance fans to people new to the world-class dance that Colorado Ballet presents in every performance.

Programming is subject to change and shows can be added, postponed or canceled.

 




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Full Page Live - - - 5w x 8h
Full Page Bleed - - - 6.25w x 9.25h
1/2 Horizontal - - - 5w x 3.875h
1/2 Vertical - - - 2.375w x 8h
1/4 Vertical - - - 2.375w x 3.875h

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