Up Next: A Force to be Reckoned With

The world’s most celebrated and in-demand choreographers come together for Collective Force March 26-28, 2021, to stage their ballets and create new works, contributing to a performance that will be a truly immersive tour de force of dance. In addition, Artistic Director James Sofranko will present an exciting new work featuring the music of Michigan-based cellist Jordan Hamilton.

 
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The Future of Ballet

Celebrating our 50th anniversary in the 2021|22 season, Michigan’s only professional ballet company is committed to lifting the human spirit through the art of dance under the current leadership of James Sofranko as artistic director, Glenn Del Vecchio as executive director, and Attila Mosolygo as director of Grand Rapids Ballet School and its Junior Company.

A proud recipient of the ArtServe Michigan Governor’s Arts Award for Outstanding Cultural Organization, Grand Rapids Ballet has a rich history marked by steady growth, a commitment to excellence, and strong community support.

We are a non-profit organization that has always depended on the generosity of the community. During this season without live performances, that generosity has never been more important. Thank you!

2020|21 Season: Moving Beyond

While we will miss the exhilaration of performing for you live in a theater, we are excited to present our art in a new way, delivered virtually to you in the comfort of your own home. Not only will our virtual season include four programs specifically created for the screen in partnership with SALT Creative Production Studios, but subscribers will also be given exclusive opportunities to engage with our artists and be immersed in the creative process.

Explore season subscription options today or purchase individual program “tickets” for only $15!

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