SPRING WORKS

April 26-28 | Knight Theater

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Energy and discovery abound at Spring Works with the introduction of three new choreographers to Charlotte Ballet, including former Charlotte Ballet dancer Bryan Arias, who Artistic Director Hope Muir regards as one of the most promising emerging choreographers today.

Bryan is joined by fellow up-and-comer Filipe Portugal, who makes his North American choreographic debut at Charlotte Ballet. The seasoned and highly acclaimed choreographer Helen Pickett is reprising her mesmerizing pas de deux Tsukiyo. Closing the performance, the return of Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 leaves you feeling enlightened and entertained.


Tickets

$25 – $95
Sold exclusively through CarolinaTix

Run Time

TBD

Casting

Announced April 2018

PERFORMANCE DATES

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EVENING PERFORMANCES

April 26 | Thursday | 7:30 PM      Buy Tickets

April 27 | Friday | 7:30 PM           Buy Tickets

April 28 | Saturday | 7:30 PM      Buy Tickets

FAMILY MATINEE PERFORMANCES

April 28 | Saturday | 2 PM            Buy Tickets

Join us for this special performance designed just for families! Family Matinees are the perfect introduction to Charlotte Ballet and the world of dance.

The Spring Works Family Matinee Performance includes:

-Special pre-show activities like dance classes and a costume creation station

-A one-hour performance featuring excerpts from Spring Works, including audience-favorite Minus 16

-An on stage host a host to guide the experience and offer behind-the-scenes insights

Child tickets are only $15! Pre-show activities begin at 1 PM, followed by the performance at 2 PM. Family Matinees and the $15 child ticket price are presented by The Leon Levine Foundation. Attendees must purchase regular priced tickets for adults attending. Ticket orders will be checked before printing.


ON THE BLOG

Spring Works Choreographer Bryan Arias Receives 2017 Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship

Bryan Arias, a former Charlotte Ballet dancer and choreographer for Spring Works, received a prestigious Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship after being nominated for the award by Charlotte Ballet Artistic Director Hope Muir.

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Dancers Thoughts on the Season

Out of all five performances in the 2017/2018 Season, learn more about why second-season dancer Drew Grant is most excited about Fall Works and which of the pieces he thinks will quickly become a new Charlotte favorite.

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17/18 Season: Hope Muir Introduces Seven New Choreographers

For her inaugural season as artistic director, Hope Muir has drawn on her wide international dance experience to curate a range of choreographic voices that reflect her passion for both the existing masters and the mentoring of new talent.

Meet choreographers Bryan Arias and Filipe Portual who make their Charlotte Ballet debuts at Spring Works.

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PLAN YOUR VISIT

Theater, Seating & Parking

Need directions, theater information or want to get the best rates on parking? We’ve got you covered.

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Dining & Activities

Uptown Charlotte is bustling with restaurants, museums and fun! Make it a perfect ballet outing by adding on some of our favorite things near the theater.

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