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Nashville Ballet leaps into new season with 6 productions

Led by Artistic Director Nick Mullikin, the new season offers timeless classics such as “Nashville’s Nutcracker” and “The Sleeping Beauty.”

A group of 12 ballet dancers performing on stage in "Nashville's Nutcracker."

Let the happy dance commence. | Photo by Karyn Kipley Photography via Nashville Ballet

Nashville Ballet has lifted the curtain, unveiling what’s to come in the 2024-2025 season. Pas de bourrée to the ballet as we outline the company’s six productions.

  • Nashville Dance Festival | July 15-19 | Locations vary | A celebration of Nashville’s dance scene with classes, a dance film festival, networking events, art exhibits, and more
  • Dracula | Oct. 3-6 | TPAC’s Polk Theater | Presented with George Balanchine’s Serenade
  • Frida & Diego’s Dia de los Muertos | Oct. 17-20 | The Martin Center at Nashville Ballet | Inspired by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
  • Nashville’s Nutcracker | Dec. 6-26 | TPAC’s Jackson Hall | A seasonal Nashville Ballet tradition
  • The Sleeping Beauty | Feb. 22-23, 2025 | TPAC’s Jackson Hall | All set to music performed by the Nashville Symphony
  • Attitude | May 2-4, 2025 | TPAC’s Polk Theater | Three pieces, including one world premiere by Artistic Director Nick Mullikin that weaves a story of struggle, hope, and connection

Season tickets are on sale now, including an option to “choreograph” your own package. Single tickets will be available beginning Monday, Aug. 5.

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