Ballet Dallas presents INSPIRED VOICES December 14-15, 2019, at the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts. INSPIRED VOICES features three premiere works from renowned guest choreographers showcasing an inspirational and creative expression of the holiday spirit and human experience through dance. Co-Director Carter Alexander debuts a ballet to the sweeping choral work, Oratorio de Noël by Camille Saint Saëns, often described as a musical enhancement to the words of the Christmas Story. Ballet Dallas will perform the work with the Youth Ballet Ensemble of the School of CBD. Silas Farley is currently a company dancer with NYCB and has set a moving classical ballet to music by Orthodox composer Arvo Part. And finally, guest choreographer Takia Hopson’s new work, set to a neoclassical score, explores individuality within a cohesive group. Through movement and colorful visual cues, her work shows the power of an individual voice. We are not cracking nuts this Holiday season, we are opening hearts with three beautiful interpretations of the humanity, spirituality and unique voice within all of us.