Today, Atlanta Ballet announced its 2012-13 season, highlighted by the long-awaited return of Michael Pink’s Dracula and the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed reinterpretation of Carmina Burana by choreographer David Bintley.
Today, Atlanta Ballet announced the successful completion of its largest fundraising effort in the history of the company - the “Choreographing our Future” capital campaign – which culminated at a noteworthy $20.7 million, far exceeding its original goal of $14.8 million.
The Goizueta Foundation has awarded a $2 million grant to Atlanta Ballet, making this the second-largest single gift the company has received in its 82-year history.
Atlanta Ballet's vivacious Rachel Van Buskirk, a fifth year company member, is the January 2012 cover girl for Dance Magazine's annual "25 to Watch" feature.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker returns to the Fabulous Fox Theatre December 8 thru December 24.
Back by popular demand, Atlanta Ballet presents choreographer James Kudelka's The Four Seasons, featuring special guest artists and former company dancers Wei Donsheng and Naomi-Jane Clark, October 21-23 at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
Atlanta Ballet adds five new dancers – three professional and two apprentice - to its roster for a landmark 2011-12 season, marked by world-renowned choreographers, intriguing collaborations and avant-garde performances.
Another page has been written in Atlanta's Ballet's historic Twyla Tharp chapter. The legendary choreographer has officially titled her world premiere ballet with the company: “Twyla Tharp’s The Princess and the Goblin.”
It was history in the making today as Atlanta Ballet announced one of the most monumental collaborations of its 82-year history - a world premiere, full-evening ballet by choreographic giant Twyla Tharp.