Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director

Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director

September 10, 2020

Atlanta Ballet Boutique Is Now Online

Visit the Boutique online store for the latest logo gear, dance apparel and gifts!

Atlanta Ballet Boutique Is Now Online

The Atlanta Ballet Boutique has been serving the local dance community and helping fund Atlanta Ballet for more than 20 years. We are a full-line dancewear store for the student and professional dancer with three Atlanta locations — Midtown, Buckhead, and Virginia-Highland.

We are excited to announce that we just launched our online store. We are the exclusive retailer of all required Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education uniform leotards and men's apparel.

We also carry tights, shoes (ballet, tap & jazz), skirts, warm ups, hair accessories, foot care and an extensive line of custom Atlanta Ballet logo apparel. We have loads of beautiful items for your time outside of the studio, at the gym, yoga or Pilates.

Our gift department features collectibles, stationery, books, dolls, educational toys, jewelry and women's accessories. During the holiday season, we also feature our Atlanta Ballet signature Nutcrackers.

We look forward to growing our online inventory, so please visit and shop often!

When shopping the Boutique online, be sure to make the Michael C Carlos Dance Centre Boutique location your store! If you have questions on how to place or pick up an order, please email us at boutique@atlantaballet.com.

SHOP BOUTIQUE ONLINE

In June of 2018, Atlanta Ballet joined the national Equity Project, a partnership among 21 major dance companies in the U.S. and Canada, to support the advancement of people of color in all areas of the ballet industry. Keeping in line with our commitment to Diversity & Inclusion initiatives, the Atlanta Ballet Centre For Dance Education has been working on providing a new line of products since 2018, and we are excited to announce the expansion of shoes and tights that represent all of our students and embrace the current and future generations of dancers of color. The Centre's Dean has charged our Community Partnerships director, Virginia-Highland Centre principal and our Boutique general manager with the joint task of identifying and evaluating products that support the technical requirements of our dress code while supporting the diversity of our Centre for Dance Education community. We are excited that we will have these new products available to students to begin 2021 classes in January.

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