Welcome to the home of Soli Deo Gloria Ballet! It is our mission to glorify God and tell His story through the powerful and expressive medium of dance, coupled with spoken-word and other art forms. We perform in churches, schools, conferences, workshops, on the street, at special events, and anywhere else we’re invited, as well as hosting camps, teaching workshops, and making the arts more accessible to the church at large. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site.
Who You Say I Am – Now Taking Bookings!
Touring the Maritime provinces September 6 – September 22, 2013.
Who am I? Every human being asks that question—and in Christ, every human being can find an incredible answer.
Alongside speaker Mercy Hope, we are pleased to present Who You Say I Am, a groundbreaking combination of soul-stirring artistry, powerful personal testimony, and encouragement.
Journey through the fall and redemption into the freedom and empowerment of our identity in Christ. The dance portion of the production features the dramatic choreography of Soli Deo Gloria Ballet’s Carolyn Currey. Who You Say I Am is a powerful look at true identity and who God says we really are. Running approximately an hour in length, this production is uniquely suited for community outreach, special-audience events, and parachurch ministry of various kinds.
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Here With Us – now taking bookings for Christmas 2013!
The miracle of Christmas can perhaps be summed up in the name “Emmanuel”: God with us. And from the very beginning, the presence of Jesus Christ in the world has called forth varied responses from those who encounter Him: from the surrender of Mary to the heartfelt worship of Mary of Bethany, from the lifelong discipleship of the Twelve to the rejection of the ruling establishment of His day.
This Christmas, Soli Deo Gloria Ballet’s brand-new production Here with Us celebrates the miracle of God’s gift of His Son and sounds the call to respond in wholehearted worship. SDG Ballet’s unique mix of classical ballet, stirring narrative, live music, and contemporary songs from artists like Joy Williams, Francesca Battistelli, and Misty Edwards presents the Christmas story as you’ve never seen it before, going beyond the events of two thousand years ago to their implications for today.
Here with Us is a small-scale ballet, 60 minutes in length. We are now taking bookings for the 2013 Christmas season: November 22 – December 22, 2013
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A Celtic Prayer
Now taking bookings for Ontario: May 24 – June 22, 2013!
God with me protecting,
The Lord with me directing,
The Spirit with me strengthening,
Forever and forevermore,
Ever and evermore, Amen.
Chief of chiefs, Amen.
“A Celtic Prayer” is a stirring devotional piece featuring ancient Celtic prayers, ballet danced to twentieth-century Celtic music, and solo work by fiddler and violinist Christa Currey. This powerful blend of traditional and contemporary brings audiences into a demonstration of worship across the ages.
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