Broadway World: Nashville Ballet’s 35th Season Revealed
10 February 2020
Dubbed “a Nashville miracle” by the New York Times, Tennessee’s premiere ballet company returns for the 2020-2021 season with a spectacular repertoire of fantastic favorites and electrifying new works. With a continued commitment to presenting powerful and transformative art, Nashville Ballet’s next season is meant to uplift, inspire, and engage audiences with impeccable storytelling, athleticism, and artistry.
Season highlights include the return of Vasterling’s celebrated blockbuster adaptation of Peter Pan, a reimagined and expanded take on the gothic tale of Dracula, and a series of works created exclusively by female choreographers and composers. Additionally, the season will feature a choreographic workshop offering audiences a first look at Vasterling’s next major project, new additions to the holiday classic, Nashville’s Nutcracker, and much more.
Attitude: New Works by Women
February 12-14, 2021
TPAC’s Polk Theater
Orange choreography by Gabrielle Lamb
Music composed by Caleb Burhans
NEW! Choreography by Mollie Sansone
Music composed by Larissa Maestro
Live music performed by Lockeland Strings
NEW! Choreography by Suzanne Haag
Music composed by Fanny Mendelssohn
Superstitions choreography by Jennifer Archibald
Music composed by Cristina Spinei
This popular series known for unique musical collaborations and shedding light on important cultural themes brings female perspectives to the forefront this season with a production featuring new works exclusively from women!
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