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The National Ballet of Canada’s 2020/21 season builds on the company’s commitment to create new works, attract the best artists in the world and showcase the company on the international stage. Find out more about the exciting productions coming next season.
Angels' Atlas: A Note from Crystal Pite
Choreographer Crystal Pite’s new work, Angels’ Atlas, makes its world premiere on February 29. Read Crystal’s thoughts and inspirations behind her latest ballet.
Five Things About Chroma
The National Ballet of Canada first performed Chroma in 2010 to rapturous response, giving Toronto audiences an unforgettable introduction to Wayne McGregor’s visceral choreography. Here are five things you should know about this multi-layered adventure in contemporary dance, thought and design.
Behind the Scenes
The Creation of a New Classic
Alexei Ratmansky created his stunning adaptation of Romeo and Juliet for The National Ballet of Canada in 2011 to open the company’s 60th anniversary season. Read more about how he created a new classic.
The Ephemerality of Existence
Crystal Pite, the Olivier Award-winning choreographer of Emergence, brings a brand new work to The National Ballet of Canada this March. Crystal discusses her inspiration behind the new work.
Five Things About Crystal Pite
Leading contemporary choreographer Crystal Pite returns to Toronto in March 2020 with a brand new work for The National Ballet of Canada. Here are five things about Crystal Pite you should know.
Relaxed Performances at YOU dance
YOU dance continues to pave the way for new initiatives aimed at connecting dancers and young spectators, nurturing self-expression, self-discovery and communication through movement.