Single Tickets for 12|13 Season Now on Sale

Single tickets for the 12|13 season go on sale today! Get your tickets now, so you can ensure that you get the best seats in the house for your family and friends. Planning on seeing multiple shows? Consider making your own season subscription package by clicking here or contacting patron services at patronservices@atlantaballet.com

Atlanta Ballet 12|13 Season Highlights
 


Belk presents Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker | A holiday tradition
December 7-26, 2012 at The Fabulous Fox Theatre
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The season begins with the return of Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker to the Fabulous Fox Theatre. It is a fun-filled, magical adventure that continues to thrill audiences. Bring the whole family for an enchanting and memorable evening that keeps the spirit of the holiday season alive!

Cinderella | One-hour family ballet
sponsored by Publix Super Markets Charities
January 4-6, 2013 at Gwinnett Performing Arts Center
February 16-17, 2013 at Cobb Performing Arts Centre
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Charming children and adults alike, Atlanta Ballet breathes life into this classic fairytale. Let yourself be swept into the action as Cinderella breaks free from her evil step family and finds her prince! A one-hour family ballet featuring select company members and Fellowship dancers from the Centre for Dance Education.

Michael Pink's Dracula | Atlanta Ballet signature production
sponsored by Gas South
February 8-16, 2013 at Cobb Performing Arts Centre
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Back by popular demand, and just in time for Valentine’s Day, is Atlanta Ballet’s take on this tale of seduction and surrender. Dracula is a lush cinematic work with the masterful Count at its rich and bloody heart.

New Choreographic Voices | Minus 16 by Ohad Naharin, a world premiere by Gina Patterson and Rush by Christopher Wheeldon
March 22-24, 2013 at Cobb Performing Arts Centre
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Set to music ranging from Dean Martin to traditional Israeli songs, Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 is an electrifying work that shows the bold, new directions in the world of contemporary dance. Naharin’s compelling choreographic process and inventive, lushly layered movement vocabulary have made him a favorite guest artist with dance companies around the world.

After giving us 2011’s Quietly Walking, we are excited that Gina Patterson is back creating another world premiere in the Atlanta Ballet studios. Dance Informa Magazine described her last work as a “polished balletic masterpiece,” and her new piece will not disappoint.

Christopher Wheeldon’s Rush made its Atlanta debut during last year's New Choreographic Voices program, and it returns this season with its first performance on the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre stage. Rush is a wistful, neo-classical homage to the conventional pas de deux that will leave you breathless.

David Bintley's Carmina Burana | North American premiere
April 12-14, 2013 at Cobb Performing Arts Centre
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Dazzling and inventive, David Bintley of Birmingham Royal Ballet provides an exquisite, modern interpretation of Carmina Burana that is filled with surprises. Set to the resounding original score by Carl Orff, the ballet follows three seminarians as the pleasures of the flesh lead them to question their faith.

Love Stories | Perfect for Mother's Day
May 10-12, 2013 at Cobb Performing Arts Centre
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Join us as we explore the theme of love through both classic and innovative choreography. One of the featured works is the quixotic wedding night pas de deux from Stanton Welch’s Madame Butterfly, which The AJC named a “showstopper… [with] a cascade of sinuous, interlocking moves of controlled exuberance.” The Telegraph called the piece “[p]layful, sexy and stunningly challenging.” Highlighting the athleticism and passion of Atlanta Ballet’s dancers, these performances find new meaning in the world’s greatest love stories.

 

Peng-Yu Chen; photo by Charlie McCullers.
"12\13 Season;" video by Brian Wallenberg.

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