Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director

Atlanta Ballet Gennadi Nedvigin | Artistic Director


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Our upcoming events are listed below:

Beauty & the Beast
Fall in love with this celebrated fairy tale all over again with a one-hour production designed for our younger audience members, children ages 12 and under. Your family will be mesmerized by this enchanting tale of adventure, unlikely friendships, and the power of true love!

Don Quixote
A classic ballet story loved by audiences for its dramatic score and lavish staging, Don Quixote blends exquisite dancing with an often humorous swashbuckling tale.

Choreography by Yuri Possokhov
Music by Ludwig Minkus performed live by Atlanta Ballet Orchestra

Black Swan
Swan Lake - Act III choreographed by Marius Petipa and staged by Gennadi Nedvigin
world premiere by Craig Davidson

Atlanta Ballet takes you ahead in the story of Swan Lake to the iconic third act and the pivotal moment when Prince Siegfried mistakes Odile, the evil sorcerer Von Rothbart's daughter, for his true love, Odette. The program builds on tradition with a world premiere from emerging Australian choreographer Craig Davidson.

Tu Tu & More
Tu Tu by Stanton Welch
world premiere by Tara Lee
Minus 16 by Ohad Naharin

Atlanta Ballet presents three show-stopping works spotlighting the amazing spectrum of dance today: a brand new work by former Atlanta Ballet dancer Tara Lee, Ohad Naharin's infectious Minus 16, and the unconventional Tu Tu, a highly stylized classical work with a playful twist.

Bach to Broadway
Who Cares? by George Balanchine
7 for Eight by Helgi Tómasson
world premiere by Max Petrov

Atlanta Ballet will close the season on a high note with George Balanchine's spirited Who Cares? set to 13 Gershwin classics. San Francisco Ballet Artistic Director Helgi Tómasson's 7 for Eight intertwines 8 dancers with the sumptuous melodies of 7 Bach movements. The May program also includes the world premiere of Concerto Armonico by Mariinsky Theatre's Max Petrov, making his North American choreographic debut with Atlanta Ballet.