2021/2022 Season

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2021/2022 Season


Boulder Ballet is pleased to announce our 2021/22 return to the stage and the inaugural year of season subscriptions. This season we are delighted to bring the highest quality dance back to Boulder stages. The lineup includes a season opener at Chautauqua auditorium with a company premiere by Amy Seiwert, the traditional Nutcracker holiday show at Macky, Black Voices of Dance at The Dairy Arts Center and more! If this year has taught us anything, it is that performing for a live audience is a privilege for which we are grateful. Today we step out of the challenges of the past year and towards a season filled with beauty and wellness. We do hope you will join us in the theater by subscribing today.

Purchase your Season Tickets by clicking here.

 Fall Concert at Chautauquafinalbbseason1920_0009 (1)

October 1, 2021
Chautauqua Auditorium
This stunning season opener embraces the deep emotions we feel as humans. From Paul Taylor’s uplifting Airs to Amy Siewert’s profound The Devil Ties My Tongue, Boulder Ballet is sure to reach your heart with five unique works in this beautiful fall concert.

Pruchase Fall Concert Tickets Here!

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The Nutcracker

November 26–28, 2021
Macky Auditorium 
Boulder Ballet is joined by the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra to bring you this holiday favorite, perfect for the whole family. Join Clara in her battle against the evil Rat King and her journey through the enchanted Land of Sweets. This classic tradition is the perfect way to begin your holiday season.

 

Lance and MattBlack Voices of Dance

February 24–27, 2022
Dairy ARTS Center
Three world premieres celebrate the work of today’s prestigious Black choreographers: Gregory DawsonSidra Bell, and Boulder Ballet’s own Lance Hardin in an evening of original works sure to transcend.

 

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May 19–22, 2022
Dairy ARTS Center
Travel through time this spring with Masterworks! Featuring excerpts from Raymonda, originally choreographed in 1898, as well as more modern works such as Liturgy by Christopher Wheeldon, Masterworks brings the rich history of ballet to the stage.