Neoclassical ballet

Media Alert: Sacramento Ballet Announces 2021-22 Season

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Sacramento Ballet:


Sacramento Ballet, a world-class, forward-thinking Northern Californian dance organization, unveils its 2021-22 season schedule featuring contemporary, neo-classical and new works. In keeping with its “Wide Open” theme, Sacramento Ballet will present five diverse programs reflecting new perspectives, distinct choreographic voices, and broad community reach.

Nutcracker, December 12 – 23, Safe Credit Union Theater


  • Classic sets by legendary designer Alain Vaes, lighting design by Trad Burns (Walt Disney, Wizard of Oz, etc.).

  • New choreography by three nationally recognized alumni (Nicole Haskins, Julia Felman, Colby Damon).

  • Half of the performances include The Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera, Andrew Grams conduct.

  • Tips from the Artistic/Executive Director Anthony Krutzkamp.

Catalyst: February 4 – 6: Sofia Tsakopoulos Arts Center

Exciting new and classic works by Archibald, Balanchine, Feldman, and more.

Chrysalis: March 18 – 20: Sofia Tsakopoulos Arts Center

Early Northern California choreographies include: Nicole Haskins, Isaac Bates Vinueza & Val Caniparoli.

Beer & Ballet: May 11 – 20, Cunningham-Binda Stage / CLARA Studios

Mentoring in action: the best talents of tomorrow present their choreography today in intimate rehearsal spaces.

OR: Sacramento

WHEN: 2021-22 subscriptions available now on Individual sales begin August 2.


Sacramento Ballet maintains a strong presence in Northern California, providing high quality ballet, dance and public education initiatives worthy of a world stage. A modern, forward-looking organization that respects its past while welcoming the future, Sacramento Ballet aims to unite its diverse audiences. Connecting cultures with the positive power of live performances, it extends its reach to audiences through online streaming, regional programming and educational activities. Guided by Artistic/Executive Director Anthony Krutzkamp – an innovative choreographer who has elevated the image/reputation of Kansas City Dance Festival, Moving Arts Kansas City & Moving Arts Cincinnati – the future is wide open for Sacramento Ballet.


A cultural asset renowned for its artistic quality, the Sacramento Ballet attracts approximately 80,000 people to performances each year. Deeply involved in the Capitol region for nearly 70 years, he carries out extensive outreach, education and collaboration projects. It is the only local arts organization to maintain an artist residency, allowing it to deliver world-class programming to its community. A 501(c)(3) non-profit, funding includes corporate, foundation and government support. For more information, visit

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