Ballet Idaho will present a series of choreographed demonstrations on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Ketchum Town Square.
Hosted by the Ketchum Arts Commission, performances will include Summers Pas de Deux from “Cinderella,” an excerpt from “Song and Dance But Not at the Same Time,” and two duets to the music of Eydie Gorme.
Ballet Idaho, based in Boise, has brought ballet to Idaho for more than 35 years. New Director Garrett Anderson is now “leading the company to expand contemporary work along with the tradition of the classics,” a press release from the city of Ketchum states.
The Ketchum Arts Commission was created in 2007 with the objective of integrating arts and culture into the community’s life.