Clare Peterson in rehearsal. Photo par Karolina Kuras.
Noah Parets, Corps de Ballet >
“I love being in a studio with a choreographer, helping their ideas take shape through movement. It’s the most amazing gift to be able to make art.”
Clare Peterson, Corps de Ballet >
“I am most proud of myself when I accomplish something I have worked hard for, whether it’s in the studio or in my life.”
Ayano Haneishi, Corps de Ballet >
“Each moment onstage is like magic and is very special to me.”
Svetlana Lunkina. Photo par Kiran West.
Joignez-vous à nous virtuellement
An exciting curated programme of digital presentations featuring seven world premieres, reimaginings of existing repertoire and mini mixed programmes of excerpts from the stage. Presented as part of The National Ballet of Canada’s 2020/21 virtual season.
New Choreographic Voices >
Choreographers Jera Wolfe and Kevin A. Ormsby on their new works created for Spotlight Series and making their choreographic debuts with the company.
Three dance films of solos created in isolation by the company’s Choreographic Associates, Guillaume Côté, Alysa Pires and Robert Binet, the award-winning Expansive Dances is captured by acclaimed Canadian director Ben Shirinian and produced by Mr. Shirinian and Jared Cook of Lookout.
Q&A with Robert Binet about Lake Maligne >
Selene Guerrero-Trujillo. Photo par Karolina Kuras.
Together for Ballet
Together We Excel >
Our artists continue to work with these creative opportunities to learn, excel and connect with others through music and movement.
Working Together to Protect Our Artists >
The health of our artists and staff are of paramount importance and donor support has been essential for the implementation of our COVID safety measures.
The Show Must Go On >
“We are nothing if not resilient, and we are doing everything in our power to keep ballet alive and accessible.” – Artistic Director Karen Kain
Naoya Ebe and Jordana Daumec. Photo par Karolina Kuras.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Hosting Dancer Conversations on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion >
“I wanted to give each dancer a safe, confidential space to talk freely and honestly about how they’re feeling about their experiences within The National Ballet of Canada and what we want to see for the company going forward.” – First Soloist Jordana Daumec.
The Equity Project >
“There are things that just take heart, there are things that take time, there are things that take effort and there are things that take money” – Theresa Ruth Howard
Theresa Ruth Howard is a convenor and leader of the project that brought together leaders from North American ballet organizations with the purpose of increasing the presence of Blacks in ballet.