The Polish National Ballet's US Tour
New York/Washington, DC/Chicago Tour in June 2015
The Polish National Ballet is the national ballet company of Poland, based in Teatr Wielki in Warsaw. Directed by internationally renowned choreographer, Krzysz tof Pastor since 2009, its repertoire is a mix of classical and contemporary ballets. The New York Times in 2012 described the company’s programs as international and as challenging as any major company today.
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"The Laurel Fund for the performing arts was established with three goals in mind: first, to promote all the performing arts and make each accessible to all segments of our community; second, to assist, encourage and nurture young artists particularly from diverse communities in our city; and third, to instill in these young artists the spirit of giving back to their community. Young artists who receive help from The Laurel Fund for the performing arts either with scholarships to study in one of the arts institutions in our city or with a private teacher or coach will be asked to make a commitment to perform with an ensemble organized by the Laurel Fund, at senior citizens homes, community centers, hospitals and other such venues. In addition to performing, these young artists will also learn to talk about their chosen art form, with the hope that they become not just good performers, but good communicators as well who will experience and realize the value of giving back to their community."
The Laurel Fund for the performing arts is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501a of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(c)(3). As such, it is able to solicit and accept contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations to support its scholarship and community outreach programs.
Contributions sent to The Laurel Fund for the peforming arts are tax-deductible and will be gratefully accepted. Please send checks made out to The Laurel Fund for the performing arts to P.O. Box 5622, Washington, DC 20016
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