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4 Weaverville Hwy

Asheville, NC  28804​

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Artistic Director: Ann Dunn

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The Asheville Ballet

North Carolina's oldest non-profit ballet company

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Upcoming Events

 
Spring into dance
May 29 & 30, 2020 7:30pm

Performance

Join The Asheville Ballet for a spectacular professional production at Diana Wortham Theatre, featuring exciting new work by resident choreographers Ann Dunn, Mustapha Braimah, Fleming Lomax, Megan Jones Medford, Tricia Renshaw, Sandi Weinberg, and Nancy Zander. More info here.​

Tickets: $12-40 available online or by calling the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts box office at 828-257-4530. 

Dates: Friday and Saturday, May 29 & 30, 7:30pm

Dirty Dancing Festival
September 12, 2020
Lake Lure

Performance

For the 10th year, the Asheville Ballet Company will be the resident dancers of the Lake Lure Dirty Dancing Festival. Audience and dancers alike have an incredible weekend of learning and re-enacting dances from the film on the location of the original site of filming the famed "Dirty Dancing", as well as enjoying other family-friendly activities such as a watermelon-carrying competition, and of course the couples' lift competition!

For tickets, directions, and other information visit the Festival Website at

www.dirtydancingfestival.com

Fall into Dance
Sept 18 & 19, 2020 7:30 pm
Pack Square Park

Performance

Join The Asheville Ballet, Ann Dunn Director, for the first event of our 2020/2021 Season, a professional production of all original work by resident choreographers.

Come enjoy an hour of dance and live music in our beautiful mountain city, under the stars. 

Location: Bascom Lamar Lunsford Stage, Pack Square Park

The nutcracker 2020
December 11 & 12 7:30pm
December 12 & 13 2:30pm

Performance

The Asheville Ballet presents everyone's favorite holiday tradition featuring the principal dancers of the Asheville Ballet Company, students of the Academy and other local area studios alike, and members of the Western North Carolina community. This family-friendly classic is proud to be in its 50th season of production at the Asheville Ballet.

 

Location: Diana Wortham Theatre at the

Wortham Center for the Performing Arts

Dates: December 11 - 13, 2020

Tickets will be available next season at the Wortham Center box office. 

The Asheville Ballet has a rich history of pedagogy and performance spanning over 60 years. Originally the Fletcher School of Dance, the Asheville Ballet is North Carolina's oldest non-profit regional ballet company. We thrive because we believe strongly that quality arts education and community involvement should take precedence over mass growth and competition, and because we live here year-round, we can perform monthly, weekly, daily, to help fulfill our community’s artistic needs.

Since its inception, the Asheville Ballet has produced both cutting edge interdisciplinary work and full length major work. We have collaborated with other local art agencies (the Asheville Symphony, Asheville Bravo Concerts, Asheville Community Theater, Asheville Lyric Opera), and have worked live with the areas major musical, poetic and visual artists.

Praise for 

The Asheville Ballet

"Dunn achieves a level of accomplishment that elicits helpless comments...haunting beauty and often stunning emotional pitch."

 

Carrie Frye - Mountain Xpress