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The history of Boston Ballet dates back to 1963, when E.Virginia Williams founded the company. It is the first professional repertory ballet company in New England. The Artistic Directors, Violette Verdy, Bruce Marks, and Anna-Marie Holmes have a lot to do with Boston Ballet’s success and achievements, as the company grew by leaps and bounds under their exceptional leadership qualities. Thus, it is their generous contributions that have led to the company’s national and international success, and today it is considered to be one of the leading companies in North America. Mikko Nissenen, the current Artistic Director has further helped in boosting the company’s recognition, as under his management, Boston Ballet has not only been in the limelight for its previously established repertoire of classical, neo-classical  and contemporary works, but also for bringing forward a broad spectrum of performances, highlighting works from some of the world’s celebrated choreographers. So, get your hands on Boston Ballet tickets to witness some of the fieriest performances that will hit you right in the gut!

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The recent additions have paved way for a vast array of repertoire, while encouraging the ballet dancers to push the envelope and explore new dimensions to broaden their horizons, so they can ultimately reach professional heights. The additions include: Cinderella, Coppelia Jewels, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Giselle, Onegin and Black and White. However, Swan Lake and The Nut Cracker being among Boston Ballets prominent productions. One thing the company has been widely appreciated for is the fact that it has always stuck to its guns while never letting go of the classics in the repertoire such as: Marius Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty and August Bournonville’s La Sulphide, while also inviting their legendary dancers and choreographers to have their say, in terms of the staging and coaching. They may however knit its performances around different themes with modernism and novelty but never have they gone overboard with it. Apart from extraordinary choreography, their repertoire has always been one of the solid reasons behind Boston Ballet’s soaring success. The New York Times has lauded it in these words: “one of the most eclectic in the country.”
Known for encouraging emerging talent, Boston Ballet has also included new works by some contemporary choreographers such as William Forsythe, David Dawson, Christopher Wheeldon, Mark Morris, Helen Pickett and Jiri Kylian. Speaking of choreographers, there is one name that took everyone by surprise for attaining success and stardom in a very short span of time. Known for his immaculate and heart-touching choreography, Jorma Elo, has come a long way since he emerged. He was appointed as Resident Choreographer in 2005 and hence created six amazing works including the popular ones like Break The Eyes, Plan to B and Le Sacre du Printemps, which were no less than masterpieces. Some of the Principal dancers from the Boston Ballet are: Kathleen Breen Combes, Lia Cirio, Lorna Feijoo, Pavel Gurevich and Misa Kuanaga; and Adiarys Almeida, Jeffery Cirio, Joseph Gatti, Sabi Varga and Whitney Jensen being the Boston Ballet Soloists. These are among the few who have raised the bar for the company with ballet being their forte and eventually making their presence felt in some of the masterpieces; The Sleeping Beauty, Giselle, Don Quuixote, The Nut Cracker, Swan Lake and Copellia.
Boston Ballet is no stranger to worldwide acclaim and success. They have been pioneers right from the beginning. In 1979, the company performed at the Nervi Festival in Italy while in the very next year, it became the first US based dance company to perform in China, consequently impressing the audiences with their mastered skills the dancers possessed. Later, their full-length production of Swan Lake was premiered in London which also panned out to be a headliner. Another production Don Quixote was presented on Broadway with none other than the legendary ballet dancer, Rudolf Nureyev as a special guest. In 1986, Boston Ballet again became the center of attention by performing at the BESSIE Dance and Performance award ceremony, thus their achievements are unparallel. Renowned for its variety of repertoire, Boston Ballet has always lived up to its expectations of giving the best. Its fans have every reason to rush and buy cheap Boston Ballet tickets to experience a show that is bound to be a breath of fresh air!

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