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Photo by MA2LA

Photo by MA2LA

Season tickets on sale now!

Nashville Ballet is pleased to present its 2019-2020 season. With a collection of new works and poignant classics, this season raises a mirror to society in an exploration of perceptions, standards and stereotypes. Through thought-provoking, entertaining programming, this season promises to captivate, educate and spark meaningful conversations.

HOW TO buy season tickets

  1. Create your 2019-2020 season ticket package online below.

  2. Contact the Nashville Ballet Box Office at (615) 297-2966 x710 or tickets@nashvilleballet.com. Nashville Ballet Box Office hours are Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

SEASON TICKET BENEFITS

  • Up to 30% off retail prices for adult package tickets

  • Up to 50% off retail prices for children's* package tickets

  • Preferred pricing on additional tickets and performances

  • Waived per ticket handling fees (up to $10 savings per ticket!)

  • FREE ticket exchanges

  • FREE Community Adult Class (ages 18+) at School of Nashville Ballet (1/household)

  • 20% off Nashville Ballet merchandise when you show your ticket at performances

  • Special discounts at other select arts performances

*Children 12 and under.

Tickets to individual performances go on sale July 1.


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Presenting Sponsor:

Supporting Sponsor:

Romeo and Juliet

September 20-22, 2019
TPAC’s Jackson Hall

Choreography and direction by Paul Vasterling
Fight direction and choreography by Tim Klotz
Music by Sergei Prokofiev
Live music performed by the Nashville Symphony

William Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers return to the stage to open Nashville Ballet’s season. The most iconic love story ever told, Romeo and Juliet sweeps audiences away in a whirlwind of forbidden passion and swoon-worthy romance. Featuring action-packed fight scenes and lush period costumes, this timeless and theatrical production whisks audiences to the streets of fair Verona as the Bard’s famous tragedy unfolds. 

 
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Peter and the Wolf

October 10-13, 2019
Nashville Ballet

Choreography by Paul Vasterling
Music by Sergei Prokofiev

Imaginative, engaging and educational – this family-friendly production transports audiences into the pages of a life-size storybook as they embark on an unforgettable adventure with Peter and his fun-loving animal friends.

 
Photo courtesy of Scottish Ballet (2015)

Photo courtesy of Scottish Ballet (2015)

A Streetcar Named Desire

November 1-3, 2019
TPAC’s Polk Theater

Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Music by Peter Salem
Direction and dramaturgy by Nancy Meckler
Set and costume design by Niki Turner
Lighting design by Tim Mitchell

Nashville Ballet brings an award-winning production stateside. Sumptuous and sultry, the balletic adaptation of this Tennessee Williams classic brings aging Southern belle Blanche DuBois’s devastating demise centerstage in a beguiling performance meant to mesmerize.

Content and Trigger Warning: This production is recommended for adult audiences due to mature themes. It contains depictions of sexual violence, physical abuse and emotional abuse; therefore, it may not be suitable for survivors of similar traumas.

 
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Presenting Sponsor:

Nashville’s Nutcracker

December 7-23, 2019
TPAC’s Jackson Hall

Concept, story treatment and choreography by Paul Vasterling
Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Live music performed by the Nashville Symphony

“It’s the perfect way to celebrate the season and a harbinger of what is still to come during this most wonderful time of the year.” – Jeffrey Ellis, Broadway World (2018)

Usher in the most wonderful time of the year with Music City’s favorite holiday tradition – Nashville’s Nutcracker returns to delight both the young and young-at-heart. Join Clara and her magical friends on a journey through a spectacular dreamland.

 
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Attitude: Other Voices

February 14-16, 2020
TPAC’s Polk Theater

Choreography by Jennifer Archibald, Carlos Pons Guerra, Erin Kouwe and Matthew Neenan
Music composed and performed by Louis York and Cristina Spinei

A collection of choreographers known for pushing the envelope explore gender identity and stereotypes in a series of groundbreaking new works. These artists take ballet beyond the boundary of what is traditionally expected as they reflect on what it means to be a man or woman, how gender affects one’s existence and more.

 
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Family Day at the Ballet

March 29, 2020
Nashville Ballet

Carnival of the Animals choreography by Paul Vasterling
Music by Camille Saint-Saëns

A festival of fun – this year’s annual Family Day at the Ballet celebrates all that Nashville Ballet has to offer in one delightful day; enjoy movement activities, games, arts and crafts and a performance of cherished children’s ballet, Carnival of the Animals.

 
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Modern Masters

April 24-26, 2020
TPAC’s Jackson Hall

Seasons choreography by Paul Vasterling
Music: Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons recomposed by Max Richter

After the Rain choreography by Christopher Wheeldon
Music by Arvo Pärt

Rooster choreography by Christopher Bruce
Music by the Rolling Stones

A little bit ballet, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll – Christopher Bruce’s Rooster brings a haughty edge and rock star rebellion to the ballet with eight exhilarating numbers set to the iconic music of the Rolling Stones. This buffet of artistry also boasts works by world-renowned choreographer Christopher Wheeldon and Nashville Ballet’s artistic director, Paul Vasterling.

 
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Emergence

May 14-17, 2020
Nashville Ballet

Choreography by Colby Damon, Julia Eisen, Jeremy  McQueen, Mariana Oliveira, Mollie Sansone, Helen Simoneau, Christopher Stuart and Gerald Watson
Music by Emma Cardon, Joshua Carter, Chris Farrell, Morgan I. Karr, Lila Meretzky , Madeline Merwin, Dave Ragland and John Shaw

“Emergence exudes artistic expression and individuality.” – Cillea Houghton, Broadway World (2017)

Emergence is back to deliver new works only hours in the making from up-and-coming, innovative artists. Get a front row seat to the creative process with this intimate and inventive series.

 

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the best seats for the best price!

ABOUT ONLINE ORDERING

Packages must include the same number of seats for each performance.

If you have questions or would like to select the exact seats in your package, contact the Nashville Ballet Box Office at (615) 297-2966 x710 or tickets@nashvilleballet.comNashville Ballet Box Office hours are Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

 

COMPLETE PACKAGE (pick 5-8 BALLETS)

Adult tickets 30% off and child* tickets 50% off for:
Romeo and Juliet
A Streetcar Named Desire
Nashville’s Nutcracker
Attitude: Other Voices
Modern Masters

Adult and child tickets 20% off for:
Emergence

Priority seating for:
Peter and the Wolf
Family Day at the Ballet

Create your own Package (pick 3-4 BALLETS)

Adult tickets 25% off and child* tickets 50% off for:
Romeo and Juliet
A Streetcar Named Desire
Nashville’s Nutcracker
Attitude: Other Voices
Modern Masters

Adult and child tickets 20% off for:
Emergence

Priority seating for:
Peter and the Wolf
Family Day at the Ballet

 

Family Package (3 BALLETS)

Adult tickets 25% off and child* tickets 50% off for:
Nashville’s Nutcracker

Priority seating for:
Peter and the Wolf
Family Day at the Ballet

Contemporary PACKAGE (Pick 3-4 ballets)

Adult tickets 25% off and child* tickets 50% off for:
A Streetcar Named Desire
Attitude: Other Voices
Modern Masters

Adult and child tickets 20% off for:
Emergence

*Children 12 and under.

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