A Record-Setting Season Opener

We proudly announced earlier this week that our Season Opener production of Carmina Burana and Kai was performed to three completely sold-out houses, making it the most successful and well-attended opener in Company history. Thank you to everyone that joined us!

We also received some very complimentary press regarding the Season Opener. Here’s a smattering of a few of the articles:

“Initial darkness makes the subsequent choreography – exuberant, passionate and throbbing with life – all the more engaging, and accompanied by the Austin Symphony Orchestra and the Conspirare choir, the experience is wholly impressive.”
Austinist
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“On a purely personal note, I couldn’t help choking up a few times as the three companies paraded their confident wares. Having followed these artists for decades, I could measure the distance they had traveled since the 1980s. No one is claiming perfection, but the standards are infinitely higher these days.”
Michael Barnes, Social Columnist, Austin American-Statesman
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“Particularly awe-inspiring in Carmina Burana is the combination of three unique artistic mediums.”
The Daily Texan
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Ballet Austin is a professional dance company which also offers professional classical ballet training and instruction through the Ballet Austin Academy. is the official ballet school of Ballet Austin, and one of the largest in the U.S. We're committed to providing the highest quality dance instruction to students, and currently the Academy has more than 800 students. Ballet Austin's Butler Center for Dance & Fitness offers classes for all ages and skill level. And our state-of-the-art Pilates Center is open 7 days a week and gives clients personalized training with one of the top voted instructors in Austin. Dance and fitness workshops also available as well as adult workshops and summer kids camps.

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