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

Boston Ballet proudly presents BB@home—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.


BBII@home | Thu-Fri, Feb 6-7, 2020   
Boston Ballet II performs an eclectic program featuring two world premieres; a 19th Century work by Arthur St. Leon; composer Amilcare Ponchielle’s Dance of the Hours; and a romantic duet by Tony winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon.

Two Boston Ballet company dancers will present world premieres. Artist My’kal Stromile created a work to Excerpt from Steve Reich’s “The Four Sections” and Artist Lauren Flower created a piece to music by Andrew Bird. Ms. Flowers commission has come out of Boston Ballet’s ChoreograpHER Initiative.

Boston Ballet II dancers are young professionals starting their stage careers. The program represents a microcosm of Boston Ballet’s main repertoire with traditional classicism, neo-classicism, and cutting edge new works.

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BB@home featuring the Off the Charts repertoire (Jiří Kylián's Bella Figura, William Forsythe's Artifact Suite, Stephen Galloway World Premiere) | Thu-Fri, Apr 2-3, 2020   

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RECENTLY ADDED BB@home Chamber Music Series | Fri-Sat Apr 17-18, 2020 7:30-9 pm

Join us for the first ever BB@home: Chamber Music Series, an intimate evening of music curated by Boston Ballet’s Music Director Mischa Santora at our South End headquarters.

Immerse yourself in the world of Fanny Mendelssohn, one of the most gifted artists of the 19th century. Hear a curated selection of her masterpieces for voice, piano, and strings, interspersed with readings from letters and contemporary accounts highlighting her life and close relation to her brother, Felix.

This program gives you a unique glimpse inside the Mendelssohn household in the early 1800s. Siblings Fanny and Felix were equally brilliant, talented, and educated by the greatest music teachers of the day. Yet, Felix was supported to become a leading musician of his age, while Fanny was strongly discouraged to pursue a musical career. This program is dedicated to shedding light on Fanny’s life and the astounding quality and range of her compositions.

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*BB@home programming is subject to change          

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

Mikko Nissinen, Artistic Director