Sarasota Ballet

Address: 5555 North Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34243
Contact: Box office
Phone: 941-359-0099 ext 101
Fax: 941-358-1504
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The Sarasota Ballet is the Gulf Coast of Florida’s first and only professional ballet company. Under the Direction of Iain Webb, the Sarasota Ballet has expanded its repertoire to include works by world renowned choreographers such as Sir Frederick Ashton, Dame Ninette de Valois, Antony Tudor, Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Robert North, John Cranko, Hans van Manen, Andre Prokovsky, Matthew Bourne and Dominic Walsh. Recently, dance and theatre critic for the New York Times Alastair Macaulay noted “...the Sarasota Ballet (in its 18th year, and directed since 2007 by Iain Webb) has suddenly become America’s foremost exponent of Ashton ballets.

Recent News

  • Performance - The Sarasota Ballet's 26th Annual Gala

    Join us for a thrilling evening of world class ballet and fine dining. This unique performance will feature ballets and divertissements not normally seen in our Season from some of the great masters of ballet, followed by an exquisite meal prepared by Michael’s on East...

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  • Performance - Paul Taylor Dance Company

    The Sarasota Ballet are excited to annouce an added Monday Evening performance to the Feburary performances by the Paul Taylor Dance Company. With Friday Evening and both Saturday Matinee and Evening fully sold out, the Monday performance adds another opportunity to see this...

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  • Performance - A Tribute To Ashton

    The Sarasota Ballet is pleased to annouce that star of American Ballet Theatre (ABT), Marcelo Gomes, will be joing the Company as a guest artist for this production. Mr. Gomes will be performing the role of the Young Man in Ashton's The Two Pigeons for the Friday and Saturda...

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  • Performance - De Valois, Balanchine And Robbins

    The performance features a range of works to showcase the versatility of The Sarasota Ballet. This program includes George Balanchine's Valse-Fantaisie, a beautiful example of Balanchine's romantic and classical choreography, and the nimble virtuosic showcase that is Tarante...

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