Paris Ballet to Present An Incredible Mixed Bill at the Kravis Center this June

Paris Ballet to Present An Incredible Mixed Bill at the Kravis Center this June

The prestigious Jupiter-based dance school Paris Ballet is gearing up to present its Incredible Mixed Bill on Sunday, June 2 at 7 p.m. on the Kravis Center’s main stage, featuring selections from renowned ballets including the Don Quixote Suite, excerpts from The Sleeping BeautyLa Esmeralda pas de deux, Flames of Paris pas de deux, and the Le Talisman variation. 

The performance will also feature the world premiere of "Match"—a special performance dedicated to Serena Williams—choreographed by New York City Ballet Principal Tiler Peck and performed by American Ballet Theatre Principal Skylar Brandt and Joffrey Ballet School Trainee Breeanna Palmer.

Presented by Lola Abigail Koch, Founder and Producer of Ballet Support Foundation in collaboration with Paris Ballet, this exciting new work brings together the dynamic worlds of tennis and ballet! Both Skylar Brandt and Tiler Peck are two of the most preeminent, influential ballerinas in the world—making Skylar's performance in West Palm Beach a rare, must-see occasion!

The performance will also feature a special performance of "The Dying Swan" by Skylar Brandt, plus stunning performances from the school’s talented roster of students ages 3 to 18—who will share the same stage as these beautiful professional dancers. The show will also highlight guest performances by Paris Ballet alumni and Palm Beach County natives, Sebastian Bondar (Boston Ballet 2) and Mario Mery (Ballet West), who now dance professionally.

Four seniors, each a strong dancer and longtime student—Endia Banks, Maia DeOreo, Raelin Flanigan, and Isabella Gutierrez—will also perform lead roles before going on to study dance in college.

“This spring performance enables Paris Ballet students to showcase the impressive works that they’ve added to their repertoire while at our school,” said Jean-Hugues Feray, Paris Ballet’s artistic director and founder. “We are also especially excited to welcome Sebastian and Mario. I am so proud of their efforts to chase their dreams and become professionals. I am also deeply proud to see my senior girls perform. It will be bittersweet to watch their final show with Paris Ballet, and it’s such an honor to see their hard work and talents shine. Finally, I want to thank my other incredibly talented and dedicated students who will bring this show to life!”

A native of France, Feray served as a principal dancer with many international companies, including Ballet Florida and the French National Ballet. With both his school and conservatory, he and his staff focus on teaching ballet in its purest, original French form, in addition to other forms of dance. He is proud to use his skills and talents to teach nationally and internationally, including masterclasses at institutions such as Joffrey Ballet School and Milwaukee Ballet 2 and its school, and serve as a judge for international ballet competitions.

Tickets start at $14. For tickets, call the Kravis Center box office at (561) 832-7469 or visit

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