Louisville Ballet is thrilled to announce its 2015-2016 Season, Artistic Director Robert Curran’s first opportunity to thoughtfully craft a season and establish a vision for the Company. Filled with classical favorites and new collaborations with the Louisville artistic community and beyond, this Season pays homage to the strength of Louisville Ballet and its community, helping to boldly set a course for the future of the Company and the culture of the community where it resides, on stage and outside its boundaries.
A LOUISVILLE ORCHESTRA + LOUISVILLE BALLET CO-PRODUCTION
March 4-5, 2016
Whitney Hall, The Kentucky Center
Choreography by Adam Hougland; Music by Philip Glass, Teddy Abrams (world premiere), Igor Stravinsky
This exciting co-production of features three works by Adam Hougland: Cold Virtues, Adam Hougland /Teddy Abrams world premieres and a beautifully reinvented Petrouchka. Live music played onstage by the Louisville Orchestra and conducted by Teddy Abrams makes this a ground-breaking production not to be missed.
April 8-9, 2016
The Brown Theatre
Choreography by George Balanchine
A production devoted to celebrating the work of an American ballet master. Continuing a commitment to include his work each season, this entire program is dedicated to the incomparable artistry of George Balanchine.
Subscriptions begin at $56 and patrons can now choose from two, three and four-production package options
For more information call (502) 58-DANCE (583-2623), by visiting the Louisville Ballet’s box office at 315 East Main Street (Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM) or by ordering online at www.louisvilleballet.org