A series of intimate performances at its grand rehearsal studio located at 19 Clarendon Street. The studio transforms into a state-of-the-art black box theater bringing the audience even closer to the art.

Seo Hye Han, Daniel Durrett, Viktorina Kapitonova, and Derek Dunn photographed by Rachel Neville Photography

Seo Hye Han, Daniel Durrett, Viktorina Kapitonova, and Derek Dunn

Photo credit: Brooke Trisolini

While BB@home will not be performed this season due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic, you are invited to explore and subscribe to Boston Ballet’s first-ever virtual season, BB@yourhome.

BB@yourhome will premiere six programs from November to April. Available as a paid subscription, BB@yourhome replaces the previously announced fall and winter seasons at the Citizens Bank Opera House. Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen has curated programs to feature new performances by Boston Ballet dancers captured live in-studio, bringing inspiring dance safely to audiences right where they are. With a commitment to new choreographic voices, BB@yourhome will premiere new works created remotely by international collaborators such as Nanine Linning and Ken Ossola; share compelling conversations with choreographers including William Forsythe; and celebrate dance from past iconic performances.

The audience connection to the art is what truly brings it to life.

Mikko Nissinen, Artistic Director