The San Leandro Public Library will host the city’s conservatory of ballet performing excerpts from the “Nutcracker Ballet” on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. The student showcase will display the talents of the conservatory’s students, who range from 10-years-old to adults. The showcase will be held in the San Leandro Main Library’s Carnegie Lecture Hall and Theater at 300 Estudillo Ave. in downtown San Leandro. Admission is free. The Conservatory of Classical Ballet was founded in 2001 by Director Ann Fisher, who was a director of the Berkeley Ballet Theater and also danced for the Oakland Ballet Company. Her students have gone on to have professional careers as dancers, teachers and company directors. For more information, call the Library’s information desk at (510) 577-3971.
San Leandro Students Perform Nutcracker Ballet
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