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SINGAPORE BALLET LIMITED

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What does SINGAPORE BALLET LIMITED do?

SINGAPORE BALLET LIMITED is an arts organization dedicated to promoting understanding and appreciation of dance as an art form through high-quality classical and contemporary ballet performances, as well as running dance appreciation programs for various age groups. They also represent Singapore internationally by participating in overseas festivals and showcases.

Founded

1988

People

hwang sydney michael, kevin cheok, eduardo ramos gomez, lee suan hiang, ng wei han paul, paige anderson parker, tan cheng lin laura, teo tong how, d'silva edward alec

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Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 1988
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promoting dance as an artform and appreciation for classical and contemporary ballet among various age groups in Singapore.
  • Encouraging the development of local dance talent through professional performances, education programs, and arts management training.
  • Engaging with audiences by providing high-quality performances and educational opportunities that foster a deeper understanding and appreciation for dance.
  • Building partnerships with corporate, government, and individual patrons to secure financial support for the company's operations and growth.
  • Fostering a culture of dedication, discipline, innovation, passion, and steadfastness among dancers and staff members.
  • Representing Singapore on an international stage by participating in overseas festivals and showcases, promoting local arts and cultural exchange.

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