Moscow Mule for a Cause

Ballet Arizona to host virtual cocktail workshop

Ballet Arizona dancers, along with Matt Farrow and Kaylee Needley, owners of Iconic Cocktail Co., will host a virtual lesson on how to put a twist on the classic Moscow Mule. The event will be held on April 29, 2021, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. via Zoom. 

A donation of $50 includes a cocktail kit that will make up to four cocktails, shipping, a recipe card, a supply list and admission to the virtual workshop. After class, attendees are encouraged to mix and mingle with the dancers while enjoying their cocktails and networking with other guests in virtual breakout rooms. 

“Part of Contemporary Council’s mission is to foster an interest in ballet through fundraising and events, and we hope that this class does that and more! We want our community to feel and make a meaningful connection to Ballet Arizona and those that love the ballet through engaging events like this one,” says Tracy Olson, Contemporary Council Chairwoman. 

All proceeds from the event support Ballet Arizona’s mission and will help continue to employ dancers and staff, support education and community engagement programs and provide access to the arts for all to enjoy during a time when it is needed most. 

To purchase a kit, click here.


Moscow Mule Virtual Workshop

April 29, 2021, 6 – 7:30 p.m.

For more information about the class, contact Natalie Salvione at nsalvione@balletaz.org or 602-343-6522. 

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