Company Announces New Additions and Promotions for 2012-13 season.
Atlanta Ballet and more than 25 metro Atlanta arts organizations have launched the return of “Atlanta Art Lives Here,” a collaborative campaign raising awareness of the region’s robust arts and culture offerings and their important role within the community.
In recognition of National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, Atlanta Ballet’s Centre for Dance Education will host its inaugural “What Moves You” Healthy Living Day on Sunday, Sept. 9 from 10 am – 6 pm, at its Michael C. Carlos Dance Centre in West Midtown Atlanta.
On Tuesday, June 26, Atlanta Ballet will celebrate its inaugural Alumni Day with two special guests: Artistic Director Emeritus Bobby Barnett and famed Atlanta Ballet alum Caroline Cavallo.
This May, Atlanta Ballet (AB) Artistic Director John McFall will present another cast of emerging choreographers in the Company's now annual production New Choreographic Voices (NCV) - a mixed repertory program featuring two world premieres and an Atlanta Ballet premiere on The Alliance Stage at…
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.