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More Shows, More Shimmer, And Plenty Of Snow!

  Artistic Director and Costume Designer Toni Pimble works with Wardrobe Coordinator Shaunna Durham to make every detail perfect for Snow Queen and Snow King dancers Sara Stockwell and Antonio Lopez. The holiday spirit is strong in the studios at…

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Ballet Insider: Cinderella

Our first performance of this very special season, Cinderella, is just days away. We’re thrilled to be bringing this beautiful, family ballet to the Silva Concert Hall once more but the ballet-going experience may look a little different this time…

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2021-2022 Season Announcement

With the stage lights off and the theater empty, we’ve been hard at work planning our exciting return to the Hult Center. Now, we’re ready to formally announce our 43rd season line-up! You may recognize some of these ballet productions—our…

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Welcome Home: The New Midtown Arts Center

When Eugene Ballet’s dancers were able to step back into the studio a few weeks ago, they didn’t return to the studios at 1590 Willamette Street. Instead, the doors to the new Midtown Arts Center at 174 East 16th Avenue…

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Ballet is for Every Body and Every Age

“If you go in with the right mindset you can do anything. “   -Mary, EBA dancer.  It can be challenging and intimidating to try something new at any age. In an effort to create a welcoming and safe space for movers…

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2020-2021 Season Changes Announcement

Due to the current mandates in place to help protect the community from the COVID-19 virus, we are canceling our March performances of Dance Unphased and rescheduling the April performances of Cinderella for fall 2021. With vaccine distribution underway, we…

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Announcement About The Nutcracker

In our ongoing effort to ensure the safety of patrons, dancers, and staff, Eugene Ballet is canceling in-person performances of The Nutcracker. After making several changes to include more socially distant choreography and a shorter performance, the rise in COVID-19…

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Room for Leaps, Turns, and 200 More Dancers

The impending opening of the new Midtown Arts Center also opens up a whole new world for Eugene Ballet Academy students. For many years, Academy students have trained in cramped and dim spaces on Willamette Street. When the new arts…

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