Experience the best of Philadelphia Ballet, from your couch! Over ten days, we present nine full performances of classical and contemporary ballets, along with discussions with our artists and more.

The Front Row Festival is free on Vimeo. Register to receive the links and passwords to view the videos. All past ticket holders are automatically registered.


Available June 19 – 26

Choreography by Juliano Nunes
Music by Ezio Bosso

Don Quixote

Available June 20 – July 20

Choreography by Angel Corella (after Petipa)
Music by Ludwig Minkus

Episode 31

Available June 21 – 28

Choreography by Alexander Ekman
Music by Mikael Karlsson, Ane Brun & Erik Satie

A Trace of Inevitability

Available June 22 – 29

Choreography by Yin Yue
Music by Michel Banabila


Available June 23 – 30

Choreography by George Balanchine
Music by Igor Stravinsky


Available June 24 – July 24

Choreography by Angel Corella (after Jean Coralli & Jules Perrot)
Music by Adolphe Adam


Trigger Touch Fade

Available June 25 – July 2

Choreography by Jorma Elo
Music by Franz Joseph Haydn & J.S. Bach

Glass Pieces

Available June 26 – July 3

Choreography by Jerome Robbins
Music by Philip Glass


Available June 27 – July 4

Documentary directed by Glenn Holsten
Featuring Artists of Philadelphia Ballet II and Students of St. Katherine’s School

Questions with Artistic Director Angel Corella

Available June 27

D.G.V.: Danse à Grand Vitesse

Available June 28 – July 5

Choreography by Christopher Wheeldon
Music by Michael Nyman

The Front Row Festival will also feature a Q & A with Artistic Director Angel Corella and Preludes for each ballet, featuring our artists.

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