Carole Alexis Company
Ballet des Amériques
Carole Alexis Company/
Ballet des Amériques
is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization.
As the world is navigating unprecedented challenges, your ongoing financial support enables our dance company to continue its work.
At a time when the doors of most performing arts institutions and theaters remain closed, Carole Alexis Company/Ballet des Amériques is determined to stalwartly soldier on, under the auspices of its staunch, tenacious leader, director, and choreographer, Carole Alexis. For, the visceral emotions and awe-inspiring athleticism of dance do not properly translate virtually. Like most performing arts institutions, Ballet des Amériques/Carole Alexis Company was thrown for a loop by the pandemic. Prior to its emergence, the company was basking in the glow of success from a sold-out international tour to Tropiques Atrium Scène Nationale in Fort-de-France, Martinique, and preparing for its NYC premiere at Symphony Space in Manhattan. Ultimately, Carole Alexis Company/Ballet des Amériques has stepped up in our present crisis: embarking on its newest mission: to execute an array of performances throughout the NY-metro area, and, ultimately, the nation and world. Through these widely-accessible displays, audience members—who may have never before seen a professional dance performance—will discover a new appreciation for dance and performing arts in general; buoying much-needed support for the performing arts; generating a new population of theater-goers, and aficionados. Limbs outstretched and zeal tangible, Carole Alexis Company/Ballet des Amériques’s dancers and Alexis’s poignant choreography relate to themes including peace, love, and diversity, and leave viewers feeling profoundly moved. Thus, with the cleaves/fractures that exist in our present society, performing works with uplifting, consciousness-awakening, and enlivening themes that can aid in establishing grant.
Evenings of Dance in Westchester
We invite you to Evenings of Dance in Westchester, a series of performances created by renowned choreographer Carole Alexis for Ballet des Amériques, the Westchester-based dance company that is quickly making a name for itself on the global stage. Featuring pieces from the company’s eclectic repertoire as well as new works, these Evenings are sure to delight dance aficionados, casual fans and those new to the art, revealing the brilliance of truly original choreography performed by spirited dancers.
April 17th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm April 18th at 2pm and at 4pm May 15th at 5:30pm and at 7:30pm May 16th at 2pm and at 4pm
Advance ticket purchase and registration is required, as audience size will be very limited for each performance. Please go to www.balletdesameriques.company/tickets to purchase your tickets and register. Temperature checks at the door and the wearing of masks are mandatory. With 28 live performances over the course of the season so far, Ballet des Amériques is a leader in providing safe environments for audiences and performers alike.
For further information about this series, please write to
or call 718-309-0437.
The Nutcracker at the Wainwright House Live !
Following two successful, sold-out shows at the picturesque Wainwright House
(260 Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye, NY),
Carole Alexis Company/Ballet des Amériques is delighted to announce another
collaboration with the historic mansion. The two nonprofits will unite to host twenty-five immersive,
LIVE The Nutcracker Drosselmeyer’s Workshop performances
on a variety of dates bookending the holidays—from December 17th to December 30th.
The Nutcracker is a beloved holiday tradition, with Tchaikovsky’s signature score defining the season.
We invite you to join this inestimable experience of this yuletide staple live, as this production
will be one of the very few live renditions occurring this year. The ballet story of the Nutcracker
created by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov is based on the livret of Alexander Dumas and takes
place in the end of the Victorian era. Thus, the arresting and sumptuous Wainwright House
will provide an ideal backdrop—generating a marvelously enchanting experience.
Such a setting and arrangement will enable viewers to glean an unprecedented look at
both the opulent mansion (attaining a tour) and the dancers.
In compliance with COVID-19 guidelines, seating will be limited,
so make sure to reserve your ticket in advance.
Production of the Music video "Red light"
November 14, 15, 16, 17.
By Ooof and the Walrus Productions
Wainwright House, Rye New York
Sunday, November 8, 2020
Ballet des Amériques / Carole Alexis Company will be performing live an array of spectacular and moving works of a myriad of styles, choreographed by the inventive and ingenious Carole Alexis
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to witness a live performance safely.
The Wainwright House in Rye, NY is hosting Carole Alexis Company Ballet des Amériques for two performances of the company's eclectic repertoire of ballet, modern and contemporary dance pieces on Sunday, November 8, 2020, at 2pm and at 4pm.
Wainwright House, 260 Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye, NY 10580
Register and purchase your tickets here:
Gantry Plaza State Park Long Island City
October 24, 2020, 3pm
Ballet des Amériques / Carole Alexis Company perform LIVE next Saturday at Gantry State Park in LI City, We’ll be performing an array of spectacular and moving works of a myriad of styles, choreographed by the inventive and ingenious Carole Alexis
Ballet des Amériques - Mission of the organization as a whole
Established in 2011 in Westchester, New York, Ballet des Amériques operates both a professional dance company and a pre-professional ballet conservatory with the dual mission of developing and attracting audiences locally, regionally, nationally and internationally with world-class dance performances featuring original choreographies by awarded director Carole Alexis and of training and educating students to the level of professional dancers who are able, upon graduation, to pursue dance careers with the world’s greatest companies.
The artistic and educational concept of Ballet des Amériques is to develop the tradition of classical dance for the world of the 21st century - for a globalized world of interacting cultures - with the particular aim of developing inclusive cultural communities. To this end, Ballet des Amériques tours schools, libraries and community centers with its “Ballet is Not Pink” campaign of performances and presentations and invites the public to its annual season of performances in various theaters including the historic Music Hall in Tarrytown, where it is the resident dance company.
Ballet des Amériques is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization. Your generous contribution will help us fulfill our mission through our performance, training and outreach programs.
Ballet des Amériques is a member of the International Dance Council - Conseil International de la Danse - UNESCO
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16 King Street, Port Chester
New York 10573
Mon - Fri: 2pm - 6:30pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 2pm