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Boston Ballet On Tour

Boston Ballet On Tour

Bringing the magic of dance to audiences far and wide.

Boston Ballet touring performances showcase the Company’s exceptional talent and artistry beyond the Citizens Opera House. With a repertoire that spans classical masterpieces to contemporary works, touring remains a significant aspect of the Company’s mission, furthering Boston’s engagement with the cultural life of communities at home and abroad.

Artists of Boston Ballet in Jorma Elo’s Bach Cello Suites by Theik Smith

Boston Ballet in Paris

Boston Ballet will take Bach Cello Suites, Bella Figura, and Blake Works III (The Barre Project) on tour to Paris at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées May 27–30, 2024. The Company made a historic debut in PARIS IN 2019, and was greeted with sold-out performances, standing ovations, and glowing reviews from national and international critics.

Patrick Yocum, Lia Cirio, Viktorina Kapitonova, and Chyrstyn Fentroy in George Balanchine’s Apollo @The George Balanchine Trust by Rosalie O’Connor.

Boston Ballet at Tanglewood

One of the world’s most beloved music festivals, Tanglewood is the famed summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and its training academy, the Tanglewood Music Center, as well as the Boston Pops. Join us at Tanglewood Music Center this summer as Boston Ballet performs George Balanchine’s Apollo alongside the Boston Symphony Orchestra on July 12, 2024.

John Lam in Sabrina Matthews’ Ein von Viel by Gene Schiavone

Boston Ballet in
New York City

Boston Ballet will join New York City Center for their Fall for Dance Festival, with a performance of Sabrina Matthew’s Ein von Viel on September 20 and 21 at 7:30pm.

An essential part of New York’s fall dance season, this annual showcase features an eclectic array of international dance artists and companies in five unique programs. In keeping with City Center’s mission of accessibility, all tickets for Fall for Dance remain at $20 (plus $10 in fees). Stay tuned for full program details coming soon.

Derek Dunn and Artists of Boston Ballet in Mikko Nissinen’s Swan Lake by Rosalie O’Connor

Boston Ballet in
Los Angeles

Boston Ballet will close out the season of Gloria Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center with Mikko Nissinen’s Swan Lake, a cornerstone masterpiece classical ballet about romance, enchantment, true love, and sacrifice, on stage from June 25–June 29, 2025.  This will be Boston Ballet’s debut at The Music Center, alongside Urban Bush Women and Batsheva Dance Company. Tickets will be available for purchase starting on June 25, 2024.

Photo by Ernesto Galan

History of Boston Ballet on Tour

“Touring allows us to showcase our work on a global scale and I’m honored to represent Boston in this great cultural mecca.”
–Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen

Read about Boston Ballet’s celebrated history of touring, a vital part of the Company’s identity from its earliest years.

With Appreciation

Boston Ballet’s 2024 Paris Tour has been made possible by generous gifts from a Sponsorship Circle, including Lisa and Tom Blumenthal, Stephanie L. Brown, Lynn Dale and Frank Wisneski, Lara Hurley, Jack and Beth Meyer, Alison and Chris Viehbacher, and an anonymous donor.

This production of Jorma Elo’s Bach Cello Suites is generously supported by the Sylvia T. Pope Artistic Fund.

Boston Ballet’s production of William Forsythe’s Blake Works III (The Barre Project) has been made possible by a generous gift from the Lisa and Tom Blumenthal Artistic Innovation Fund.

The Company expresses its deepest gratitude to Lisa and Tom Blumenthal for their extraordinary support of William Forsythe and his relationship with Boston Ballet.

This production of Jiří Kylián’s Bella Figura is generously supported by the Mikko Nissinen Artistic Fund.