Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow

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24 May 2018

Stockholm / Sweden

Roadshow

On Thursday, May 24th, our Platform Member Kungliga Operan (Royal Swedish Opera), organised a fundraising event for its patrons and subscribers and for the Friends of the Royal Swedish Ballet in order to raise money for the point shoe costs for the Royal Swedish Ballet. The target of this fundraising campaign is 500,000 SEK (around €50,000) and will end on December 31st, 2018.

On this occasion, a ballet rehearsal was given, as well as a ballet class in to instruct in the use of point shoes.

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Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow
Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow
Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow
Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow
Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow
Royal Swedish Opera Roadshow

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