South Florida Ballet Theater
The South Florida Ballet Theater, under the Artistic
Direction of Lynda DeChane and it's Board of directors, are
happy to announce it's 10th season of performances.
The South Florida Ballet Theater (SFBT) is a non-profit
501(c) 3 ballet company located in Hollywood Florida since
This season SFBT is pleased to announce that it will be
moving its performances to the Broward Center for the
Performing Arts, Amaturo Theater.
This launch performance will be a Spring Gala of famous Pas
de Deux with international guest artists performers. Sara
Sardelli partnered by Logan Learned and Octavio Martin,
featured in the November's 2011 Dance Magazine also
featured at the kick of this holiday season at the annual fundraiser
"The Nutcracker Ball",
December 18th, 2011
at the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
located at 3555 S. Ocean Drive in Hollywood, Florida.
Logan Learned is a nominee for this years Princess Grace
Award. Also featured is Christine Hodges former principal
dancer Ballet Florida, Ballet Gamonet and the South Florida
Ballet Theater with which she has performed for the past
Edgar Anido who is presently a soloist with Complexions Contemporary
Ballet in New York and winner of 2008 World Ballet
Competition Choreographer Award will be featuring in his own
highly acclaimed choreography,
along with many other famous Pas de Deux like, Le Coursair, Don Ouixote
Wedding Pas, Grande Pas Classique to name a few on March
at The Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Amaturo Theater. The South
Florid Ballet Theater will also be performing it's end of
the seasons performance at the Broward Center for the
Performing Arts Amaturo Theater on June 10th 2012.
Ms DeChane wishes to invite you to join the mission of the
South Florida Ballet Theater by supporting it's 2011-2012
season of performances and it's, "Arts Education Youth
Through your generous philanthropy you can make a difference. This
Program, reaches out to low income children from the South
Florida community. It exposes, educates and inspires young
students and their families in the performing arts. Ms.
DeChane feels during these difficult economic times no child
should be denied the opportunity of an education in the
performing arts and knows how it can open the doors to a
child's brighter future.