A Decade for Nutcracker Performers

In 2009, Neglia Ballet Artists presented their first production of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. This year will mark the 10th Anniversary performance (but first time in December) and with it comes a cohort of stage veterans who have performed at Shea’s every year. That’s serious dedication to tradition. 10 Years Going Strong For some like Suzanne Evans, her roles...

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Spotlight: Board Member Molly Anderson

“When I was young, dance was a big part of my life. I am grateful for an opportunity to share my love and appreciation for ballet by supporting Neglia. We are very fortunate to have a world class ballet nonprofit investing in and serving our diverse Buffalo community. My son Richard is in his second year of ballet and is learning confidence, discipline and joy! He is...

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Neglia Students Train in Palermo, Sicily

In August 2018, some Neglia’s Pre-Professional students had the opportunity to travel with their instructor Heidi Halt (Neglia’s Executive Director) to Palermo, Sicily for a two-week ballet intensive. The program took place in the beautiful Teatro Politeama in the center of Palermo. Adrien, Ava and Maggie took full advantage of all the program had to offer,...

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Nutcracker Auditions this Sunday Sept 9

Open Auditions for The Nutcracker will be held on Sunday, September 9, 2018 at Neglia Conservatory of Ballet – find us on the 6th floor of the TriMain Center. For more information and details about age groups and times, please see our Events/Auditions Page. Audition Forms Forms will be available at the studio on the day of audition, but you can save time by...

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Neglia Student to Compete at USA IBC!

Neglia Ballet is proud to announce that our pre-professional student Maggie Weatherdon will compete at the USA International Ballet Competition in Jackson, Mississippi this June 2018. Listen to her story on WBFO 88.7 Or watch on WGRZ Channel 2 TV...

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UB Students Learn and Appreciate Ballet with Sergio

On a recent Sunday morning in March, 39 University at Buffalo students came to Neglia’s studio for a workshop with Artistic Director Sergio Neglia. The engagement was arranged by music Professor Moshe Shulman for his Music in Society: ARTS ONE experiential course. During this course, students engage with a variety members of Buffalo’s cultural...

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