companies' Monthly calendar
Discover what the big companies are presenting this month
Photo ⓒ The Royal Ballet.
Marianela Nunez and Vadim Muntagirov as Odette and Siegfried. Liam Scarlett's new production of Swan Lake.
Summer is here!
Most of our big companies are finishing their seasons. However, we know that the dancers do not stop so easily...
Get ready for a month full of summer tours and galas. You could definitely schedule a date at the theatre while in vacation. Gab your favorite drink and let's looks a the calendar.
American Ballet Theatre
New York City, NY
ABT is finishing their wonderful 2018 Spring Season, and as every year, they have already presented some of our favorite ballets. This is what they have for us in July:
- July 2-7: Whipped Cream
- July 13-15: La Bayadére
Other special events:
- July 28-29: Vail Dance Festival Performance
For more information on casting, exact times, and other events, click on their calendar below:
Houston Ballet will have their last performance of Swan lake on July 1st, at the Jones Hall.
Click here for more details
The Royal Ballet
The Royal Ballet finished a great season with Liam Scarlett's Swan Lake. Now, they are heading to Madrid for their Summer Tour. Here are the dates for Teatro Real:
- July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22: Liam Scarlett's Swan Lake
Check out their Tour section here, including the principal cast for odette/odile and siegfried:
The English National Ballet
After a great season, ENB is taking break from performances. Although, the have some workshops in which you can attend.
You can check their "What's On" section so you don't miss anything
Birmingham Royal Ballet
BRB is going to start with La Fille mal gardée in July, and continue with their tour of "La Fille" in September. For now, this is what they have for us:
- July 4, 5, 6, and 7: La Fille mal gardée at Bristol Hippodrome.
Here is BRB's events page for more information
Paris Opera Ballet
Paris Opera Ballet started Frederick Ashton's ballet of The Wayward Daughter (La Fille mal gardée) in June, and they will continue to present it until July 13th, so don't miss this opportunity to see them this summer!
You can check the exact dates and times on their programming here
Nacho Duato’s company will only have three performances in July, and the three of them are completely different form each other. Let's take a look:
- July 2: Props_an_Grimm (Presentation for partner schools)
- July 2:Victor Ullate's Don Quixote
- July 4: Doda/Goecke/Duato (Mixed Program)
Check out Staatsballett's calendar for more specific information and tickets
The Bolshoi Ballet
As always, many performances by the Bolshoi Ballet are sold out, but there's still some tickets for some of these productions. If you are in Moscow, don't miss them out! (Especially if you are there for the FIFA World Cup too!)
- July 1: Raymonda
- July 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Alexey Ratmansky's Romeo and Juliet
- July 19, 20, 21, 22: La Fille Du Pharaon
Don't forget they are also in cinemas!
Check this calendar for more information and ticket purchases
St. Petersburg, Russia
Here is what Mariinsky has for us, always so many traditional performances! As the Bolshoi, many of their performances are nearly sold out, so make sure to check before you go. Check out what St. Petersburg's company has for us:
- July 1, 3: The Sleeping Beauty
- July 4: The Fountain of Bakhchisarai
- July 5: Carmen Suite/Le Jeune Homme et la Mort/Concerto DSCH
- July 6, 7, 8: Swan Lake
- July 10, 12: Giselle
- July 13, 14: Le Corsaire
- July 15: Romeo and Juliet
- July 18, 19: The Legend of Love
- July 20, 21: Apollo/In the Night/Symphony in C
- July 22, 23: La Sylphide
- July 25: The Little Humpbacked Horse
- July 26: Petrouchka/The Seasons
- July 27: Anna Karenina
Check their playbill section on their website for more information about tickets and specific dates and times
The Australian Ballet
The Australian Ballet is offering us two ballets this month, and in different cities in Australia. Here is what they have for us in July (AKA, their winter time):
- July 6-12: The Sleeping Beauty (in Adelaide)
- July 18-31: Coppélia (in Victoria/Queensland/Northern Territory)