Holiday Dance in Belleville

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Softly falling snow.  Gentle waltz music.  Dancing lambs.  Firey Spanish fans.  Powerful Trepack feet.  All of these makes up the Quinte Ballet School of Canada’s (QBSC) annual classic holiday celebration, Holiday Dance.  Students of both the Professional Training Program and the Assemblé Dance Program will be joining together to bring excerpts from the holiday classic, The Nutcracker to the stage on December 17th @ 4:30 p.m. and December 18th @ 1:30 p.m.  at Centennial Secondary School, 160 Palmer Road, Belleville.

Tickets are $27.54 for adults, $20.11 for students/seniors and $16.93 for children under 12 years, all taxes and fees included and are available on Eventbrite – search Quinte Ballet School of Canada to find our performances.  Seat selection option available.

QBSC and Birdies Casual Fine Dining Restaurant are partnering together in celebration of the season.  Birdies, Ballet & Brunch is available to all ticket holders for ANY performance of Holiday Dance.  Receive 10% off Breakfast/Brunch at Birdies on Saturday December 17th, Sunday December 18th, or Monday December 19th.  And 10% of those sales will be donated to the Quinte Ballet School of Canada!  It is a win-win-win weekend.

This is a holiday treat that you don’t want to miss!  The performance is suitable for the entire family.  Brunch at Birdies and enjoy the ballet all while supporting the students of the Quinte Ballet School of Canada.

For more information, please feel free to contact the school at 613-962-9274 or email

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