Ballet Arizona ‘arabesques’ its ENERGY TikTok Challenge

Posted 2/2/21

Ballet Arizona and Goodmans Interior Structures have partnered for the ENERGY TikTok Challenge and fans can submit videos inspired by the February Performance of “ENERGY.”

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Ballet Arizona ‘arabesques’ its ENERGY TikTok Challenge

Inspired by the work of Ballet Arizona choreographer and dancer Nayon Iovino’s work for ENERGY, a  performance of originals and classics from Ballet Arizona, is available for in-person performances Feb. 12-21 and online March 6.
Inspired by the work of Ballet Arizona choreographer and dancer Nayon Iovino’s work for ENERGY, a performance of originals and classics from Ballet Arizona, is available for in-person performances Feb. 12-21 and online March 6.
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Ballet Arizona and Goodmans Interior Structures have partnered for the ENERGY TikTok Challenge and fans can submit videos inspired by the February Performance of “ENERGY.”

Five winners will be selected to win a Herman Miller Sayl Chair from Goodmans Interior Structures, valued at $812 each, according to a press release, describing the TikTok Challenge, #BAZGoodMoves.

Inspired by the work of Ballet Arizona choreographer and dancer Nayon Iovino’s work for ENERGY, a performance of originals and classics from Ballet Arizona, is available for in-person performances Feb. 12-21 and online March 6.

Tickets are available at www.balletaz.org, according to the release.

“Innovation is born out of constraints, and there has been no more restrictive constraint than the global pandemic,” said Goodmans President and CEO Adam Goodman in a prepared statement.

“Thanks to the creativity from the team at Ballet Arizona, private companies, like Goodmans, can find creative ways for win-win partnerships to support the arts while amplifying our brand.”

Winners will be selected via a random drawing from all challenge participants. While this is a TikTok challenge, entrants need not be on TikTok to participate, though it is an option, noted the release.

The challenge how-to video will also be posted on Ballet Arizona’s other social media accounts—Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Entrants can participate on their social media platform of choice.

In addition to uploading a version of the dance challenge, entrants need to tag Ballet Arizona, Goodmans Interior Structures, and include the challenge hashtag, #BAZGoodMoves.

The deadline to submit entries is Feb. 26, added the release.

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