COVID-19 Update: Classes and Performances Cancelled

Announcement

March 11, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Classes and Performances Cancelled

A message regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19), including Centre closings and cancelled performance dates.


Atlanta Ballet Family –

We are deeply grateful for your vigilance and commitment to dance and dance education as we navigate the development of COVID-19. The health and safety of the Atlanta Ballet community – including patrons, supporters, artists, students, parents and staff – is our top priority, and Atlanta Ballet leadership continues to monitor the situation by the hour.

Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education – Class Update:

Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education follows the lead of Fulton County School Systems in regards to class cancellations and Centre closings. Based on the advice of local officials, all classes and Centre activities at all three locations will be cancelled starting Monday, March 16, until further notice.

Atlanta Ballet Performance Update:

We want our valued patrons to have the chance to experience what is truly a magnificent production, so we are working to move Giselle to a later date. If you are a Giselle ticketholder, you will be receiving an email in the coming days with more information, and updates will be posted here, as well.

As a nonprofit arts organization, Atlanta Ballet resources are put to the test during local and global crises such as this. We are beyond appreciative of our community’s continued support and willingness to help us and fellow arts organizations return to the studio and stage as soon as possible.

To stay up-to-date on all developments and updates in regards to Centre classes and activities as well as Atlanta Ballet performances, please continue to check our website and follow Atlanta Ballet and Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education on social media.

Thank you for your support of Atlanta Ballet – your understanding, patience and confidence at this time is greatly appreciated. We hope to be back in the studio and on-stage as soon as possible.

Stay well,

Atlanta Ballet