Musée virtuel

Musée virtuel

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The National Ballet of Canada is one of the few ballet companies to possess an archive of its history. The Archives were created in 1975 with the intent of collecting and preserving materials celebrating the founding and development of the company. The Virtual Museum is an online gallery featuring items held within the National Ballet Archives. Items digitized for inclusion in the National Ballet's Virtual Museum are catalogued and preserved in The Helen G. Balfour Soutron Database.

Notable National Ballet Productions

Learn more about some of The National Ballet of Canada's most notable productions. Each exhibit surveys the history of a ballet through archival material including programmes, set and costume sketches, photographs, videos, press items, correspondence, footwear, costumes, artifacts and more.

Select an exhibit to learn more about The National Ballet of Canada’s 65 year history.

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Don Quichotte

La Fille mal gardée

Giselle

La Veuve Joyeuse

Casse-noisette

Onéguine

Roméo et Juliette

La Belle au bois dormant

Le Lac des cygnes

 

Set and Costume Designers

For any ballet production, the sets and costumes contribute immensely to the narrative, mood, and style of a performance. Learn more about some of the designers who have worked with the company from its founding to present.

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The Tutu Project

This interactive, community outreach project includes costumes from great moments in the company's history and original pieces created by artists, designers, community groups, audience members and staff.

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