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Whether you are a longtime patron or new to the world of ballet, we’ve missed you. There is an electricity that exists between performer and patron—a unique and powerful thread that connects a room full of people who are experiencing something together. After a long, hard year, we are ready to share in that experience once again.
We have assembled a 2021/2022 season that encompasses everything that makes ballet an enduring and beloved artform: from sweeping productions that will take your breath away to intimate and emotional performances that will move you deeply; from wonderous journeys into fantastical worlds to precise and meticulous displays of discipline and athleticism; this season is our love letter to dance.
Our dancers are poised and prepared. Our musicians’ instruments are tuned. All we need is you.View Season Lineup
We promise to be there for you
We are eager to welcome you safely back to live performances and are committed to bringing the highest level of talent to our stages, while keeping our audiences, dancers, musicians, students, production crew, and staff safe.COVID-19 Guidelines
Explore our Let's Dance programs
Learn more about our Let’s Dance Program for middle and high schoolers.Learn More
Bringing ballet to the classroom
Learn more about our Dance Chance program that brings ballet to first-grade classrooms in Philadelphia schools.Learn More
The path to becoming a professional artist is long and highly-focused. At Philadelphia Ballet, we have all felt the loss of live performances deeply, but none have been affected more than our dancers and musicians.
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Philadelphia Ballet’s mission is to cultivate an enduring appreciation for dance through world-class performances, to inspire the next generation with exceptional education and professional training, and to connect with the community through meaningful and inclusive programming.
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School of Philadelphia Ballet provides exceptional technical training and unparalleled performance opportunities. Founded by Barbara Weisberger, a protégé of the great George Balanchine, the school carries on Balanchine’s devotion to developing young artists and preparing them to become successful professionals in today’s competitive ballet landscape.Learn More
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