Boston Ballet's repertoire defines the Company's distinctive style and rich diversity, showcasing its artistic and technical range. The company is nationally and internationally acclaimed for performances of classical, neo-classical, and contemporary ballets.
Boston Ballet is proud to honor the company's historic roots, the legacy of Founder E. Virginia Williams, Artistic Advisor George Balanchine, and the leadership of Artistic Directors Violette Verdy, Bruce Marks and Anna Marie Holmes, and Mikko Nissinen. Boston Ballet annually presents traditional classics, Ashton's Cinderella, Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty, Clerc's La Bayadére, and Mikko Nissinen's Swan Lake; Balanchine's masterworks, Jewels, Serenade, and Theme and Variations; and the works of master choreographers Jiri Kylián, Wayne McGregor, Jerome Robbins, William Forsythe, and Resident Choreographer Jorma Elo among others. The Company continues to introduce new voices in dance to the United States, with works by Alexander Ekman (Cacti), Petr Zuska (D.M.J. 1953-1977), and José Martinez (Resonance), and Jeffrey Cirio.