Limited to 3 photographers only! GEORGE BALANCHINE’S SERENADE
Serenade is the first original ballet George Balanchine created in America and it has not been performed by Carolina Ballet since our inaugural season in 1998. Although Balanchine insisted Serenade had no “story”, the ballet is not without meaning. More poetry than narrative, it is the imagery of dreams and mystery, danced in the moonlight. While its true meaning has been debated since its creation, one thing is sure…Serenade is the romance of Tchaikovsky’s music come to life..
The workshop will be held in Raleigh Memorial Auditorium at Duke Energy Center in downtown Raleigh from 7 PM until approximately 10 PM.
You will learn how to take the most demanding action images - high speed movement, fluid action in low light and rapidly changing lighting situations! Open to ANY skill level photographer with a camera that has Shutter and Manual settings.
You will not only build a portfolio of great images for your viewing and display pleasure, but also you will be able to apply the learned skills to ANY indoor sports activity, dance recital, play, orchestral performance and more.
The session will begin with a review of the necessary camera settings and photographic techniques, followed by the chance to photograph the dancers as they go through their paces.
Between acts your images will be reviewed and critiqued so you can keep progressing throughout the event.
This opportunity is STRICTLY LIMITED to the first three registrants.
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