Los Angeles Ballet Tickets
Few ballet companies in the US have gained as much name for ballet productions as the Los Angeles Ballet. It is America’s finest ballet company and its headquarters is in the grand city of Los Angeles. The ballet company was formed in 2006 by Colleen Neary and Thordal Christensen. Despite being one of the youngest ballet companies in the US, they have gone on to stage some of the most remarkable performances of ballets both classic and contemporary. With a debut of The Nutcracker, the company is all set to perform this ballet again, for the Christmas holidays, for which Los Angeles Ballet tickets are available.
Los Angeles Ballet Venues
Latest Los Angeles Ballet Events
- Los Angeles Ballet: Modernists, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 10/29 07:30 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sat Oct 29 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Dolby Theatre tickets for 12/10 01:00 PM Dolby Theatre
- Sat Dec 10 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Dolby Theatre tickets for 12/10 05:00 PM Dolby Theatre
- Sat Dec 10 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Dolby Theatre tickets for 12/11 01:00 PM Dolby Theatre
- Sun Dec 11 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Mccallum Theatre tickets for 12/13 07:00 PM Mccallum Theatre
- Tue Dec 13 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 12/16 07:30 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Fri Dec 16 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 12/17 01:00 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sat Dec 17 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 12/17 05:00 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sat Dec 17 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 12/18 01:00 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sun Dec 18 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: The Nutcracker, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 12/18 05:00 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sun Dec 18 2016
- Los Angeles Ballet: Coppelia, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 03/26 02:00 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sun Mar 26 2017
- Los Angeles Ballet: Balanchine Master of the Dance, Royce Hall UCLA tickets for 06/03 07:30 PM Royce Hall UCLA
- Sat Jun 03 2017
With eight highly successful seasons as a ballet company, the Los Angeles Ballet has gained fame for their productions. They have gained particular fame for the staging of the many works that make up George Balanchine’s repertory. It ranges from his famous adaptation of The Nutcracker to other works. A word class ballet company, it is highly recognized all over the world. The founders are husband and wife who themselves have been dancers since childhood. It is no surprise, therefore, that many have claimed Los Angeles Ballet tickets for the company’s many productions, staged each season.
The Los Angeles Ballet has captivated the imaginations of many people in California and beyond. Its founders, Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, are themselves renowned members of the ballet world. Thordal Christensen was formerly the artistic director and principal dancer of the Royal Danish Ballet. Colleen Neary is the first ballet mistress and the George Balanchine Trust’s memeber, which allows her to stage George Balanchine’s many ballets for professional companies. Together, the duo has a combined experience of many years, as well as an unmatched passion for ballet. They make up the core of this amazing American ballet outfit.
The Los Angeles Ballet is located at the LA Ballet Center, in Los Angeles’ Westside. It is also home to the Los Angeles Ballet School and is a twelve thousand square feet large center that houses three studios, administrative offices, a home box office, a physical therapy clinic and a costume department. The ballet company started out with twenty one of the finest ballet dancers, chosen from the best companies and ballet schools in the world. Today, the company is home to up to thirty one dancers and has set a new standard for ballet in the city of Los Angeles.
The company also regularly tours Los Angeles County, taking its ballet productions to bigger and bigger audiences. Each year, the company also stages auditions in Los Angeles, as well as in New York City with selected dancers offered twenty five week long contracts. In the short years it has existed, this ballet outfit has already staged twenty one productions, forty three works and staged thirteen World Premieres. Since its founding, the company has also focused strongly on its community outreach programs, which includes several arts and charity programs. One such is the famous Power of Performance program, which sees thousands of free Los Angeles Ballet tickets given to seniors, disadvantaged children, veterans and families across the Los Angeles County.
The ballet company also stages the A Chance to Dance Community Day, an event started in 2012, in which community members of all ages are encouraged to take part in free classes. These classes not only offer free ballet teaching, but also teach yoga, hip hop, Pilates and a number of other dance and fitness classes. Each year, two hundred people benefit from this event. Similarly, the ballet also organizes the Choreographic Workshop, which finds and trains the best choreographic talent found in California.
During the 2011 to 2012 season, the company was home to many superb dancers. The principal dancers of the company were Allyssa Bross, Christopher Revels, Allynne Noelle and Kenta Shimizu. Other dancers included Vincent Adams, Kimerly Bleich, Dina Bilofsky. Bianca Bulle, Julia Cinquemani, Katrina Gould, Molly Flippen, Ariel Derby and Kate Highstrete.
This amazing ballet outfit has also been the home of such amazing dancers as Melissa Barak and Craig Hall as well as character artists including David Renaud, Bjorn Hansen, Jonathan Sharp and Adam Luders. As one of the best in ballet in the amazing city of Los Angeles, its fame has risen far and wide, crossing the Atlantic to spread to Europe and Asia.