Nashville Ballet Unveils May 2024 Performances

Nashville Ballet announces a series of captivating performances for May 2024.

The Nashville Ballet is set to captivate audiences with a series of performances scheduled for May 2024 at The Martin Center for Nashville Ballet. The performances include “Coppélia,” the “Young Artists Showcase,” and “Live in Studio A: Five Short Stories,” each promising to offer unique experiences of artistry and elegance.

Starting from May 3-5, the ballet will present “Coppélia,” a family-friendly ballet that combines artful storytelling, exquisite costumes, and beautiful choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon, accompanied by Léo Delibes’s music. Ticket prices for this enchanting performance start at $30.

Following this, the Nashville Ballet’s Official Second Company, NB2, will highlight the season’s remarkable talent with the “Young Artists Showcase” on May 10-11. This event will feature various pieces choreographed by notable figures such as Maria Konrad, Nick Mullikin, Mollie Sansone, Garritt McCabe, Sarah Tallman, and Emilia Sandoval. Admission is free, with a suggested donation of $10 or more to support the artists.

“Live in Studio A: Five Short Stories,” scheduled for May 17-23, marks the return of the Nashville Ballet’s immersive dance program. This series will include five brand-new works offering audiences an intimate view of dance’s beauty and athleticism. The lineup features contributions from Julia Eisen, Aeron Buchanan, Anneliese Guerin, and Imani Sailers, with a world premiere by Artistic Director and CEO, Nick Mullikin. Tickets for this event are priced at $80.50, including an open bar and parking, sponsored by Amazon and Erie Insurance.

In addition to these performances, the Nashville Ballet’s Relevé Society will host “Last Call: The Last and Best Party of the Season” on May 19, following the “Live in Studio A” performance. This fundraising event, taking place at the Noah Liff Opera Center, will feature an open bar, light hors d’oeuvres, a silent auction, and insights into the next season, with tickets starting at $55.

Artistic Director and CEO Nick Mullikin expressed pride in the achievements of his first season and enthusiasm for concluding it with these diverse productions. In support of the Ballet’s educational, artistic, and community engagement programming, a group of generous donors has pledged to match community donations up to $75,000 through May 31, potentially raising $150,000.

Performances will be held at Studio A at The Martin Center for Nashville Ballet, located at 3630 Redmon Street, Nashville, TN, with free parking available. For more information on the Nashville Ballet, upcoming events, or the 2024-25 season, visit

The Nashville Ballet, Tennessee’s largest professional ballet company, presents a diverse repertoire of classical ballet and contemporary works. With the support of season ticket holders and various donors, the Nashville Ballet continues to contribute significantly to Nashville’s vibrant arts and cultural landscape, while its community engagement and education programs reach over 55,000 adults and children annually.

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