Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota

Welcome!  Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota ("TCB") is an innovative ballet company that creates high-quality, professional performances and meaningful educational opportunities for audiences and participants alike.

TCB is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit dance company that augments its core company of professional dancers and apprentices with dancers from other local and national professional dance companies, and area dance schools. TCB creates, produces, and performs original professional productions, and is the resident dance company of the 1000-seat professional theater, Ames Center (Formerly Burnsville Performing Arts Center).

TCB strives to introduce the artistry, discipline and athleticism of ballet and other dance forms to Minnesota communities, through performances, educational and interactive programs, Scholarship Awards, and collaborative artistic events. Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and driven by the energy and efforts of dedicated parents, students, volunteers and community sponsors, TCB continues to develop a variety of community outreach initiatives, including working with other arts organizations and schools, and to offer both its participants and audiences the opportunity to experience the enriching world of dance.

Its inaugural performance, the original, highly acclaimed full-length production of Denise Vogt's "The Nutcracker" ballet, was presented to full houses in December 2003. TCB has performed its flagship performance of The Nutcracker annually since its inception, seen by thousands of audience members each year. TCB also awards annual Scholarships to eligible students, hosted an annual Summer Dance Festival for many years, and conducts outreach and educational seminars and demonstrations in area schools.

TCB's official school, rehearsal and administrative home is at the state-of-the-art facilities of Ballet Royale Minnesota, the first and only dedicated classical ballet academy in the Twin Cities south of the Minnesota River, located on the border of Lakeville and Burnsville, in the heart of the Minneapolis/St. Paul south metro area.

Click on the "Ballet Royale Minnesota " tab above for more details and directions to its studios.

Twin Cities Ballet is the Resident Dance Company of the South

Metro's premier professional theater,

 

Ames Center

(Formerly Burnsville Performing Arts Center)

12600 Nicollet Avenue Burnsville, MN 55337

 

 

Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota 
16368 Kenrick Ave.
Lakeville, MN 55044

Phone: 952-452-3163

E-mail: info@TwinCitiesBallet.org

 

 

What's New & Coming Up:

 

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THIS WEEKEND!!

 

May 8-10, 2015

 World Premiere

 

Narnia: The Ballet

based on

"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C. S. Lewis

 

Ames Center, Burnsville

 

CLICK HERE

for more details

 

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TCB Seeking

Professional Company Members & Apprentices

For 2015-2016 SEASON. 

 

Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota

is hiring professional

Male AND Female Dancers,

soloist or principal level, for the 2015–16 season.

 

Unpaid Apprentice positions

are also available for

both males and females.

 

CLICK HERE FOR  DETAILS AND AUDITION INFORMATION

 

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To fund its operations TCB relies most of all on donations from private and corporate sponsors. Help keep the dream alive; your tax-deductible support is

greatly appreciated.

 

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Thank you for your support!

 

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TCB Has NEW HOME:

 

Ballet Royale Minnesota, TCB's official school and home, is celebrating completion of its first five years this year!  Ballet Royale has built and opened its own new building, designed literally from the ground up, by dancers for dancers, which is also TCB's NEW HOME!

 

Our New Address:

 

Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota

 16368 Kenrick Ave.

Lakeville, MN 55044

 

  

I-35 South,exit County Road 46. east one block to Kenrick Ave., turn right (south).  Third building on the left next to Sterling State Bank.

 

 

© Twin Cities Ballet of Minnesota, 2014