The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges to performing arts organizations worldwide, and Chevalier Ballet is no exception. In order to ensure the safety and well-being of the dancers, staff, and audience members, Chevalier Ballet has made the difficult decision to cancel all performances and events starting in March 2020 and until further notice. We are open for the 2020-2021 season.



At Chevalier Ballet our mission is to enrich people’s lives through dance and inspire a lasting love and appreciation for dance through artistic excellence, inspiring performances, innovative choreography, and superb educational programs, bringing the joy, beauty, artistry, and discipline of classical ballet and contemporary dance to growing local and broad, national, and international audiences. This mission is accompanied by a commitment to expand the Company's audience and make ballet accessible to the widest possible public through tours, education programs, the creative use of media, and other outreach efforts.

With the support of our Ballet family, we know we will emerge from this crisis a better organization than before, stronger and more resilient, ready to continue fulfilling our mission and pursuing excellence in all we do. Thank you for your continuing support.


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Pablo Picasso, Stage Curtain for the Ballet "Le Tricorne," 1919. Tempera on canvas, ca. 20 x 19 feet. New-York Historical Society. Gift of New York Landmarks Conservancy, Courtesy of Vivendi Universal, New-York Historical Society, 2015.22.