ARB returns to its home venue, the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, October 23-24, for a series of live performances. The program includes Ethan Stiefel’s Wood Work (created for The Washington Ballet in 2019); Amy Seiwert’s World, Interrupted; David Fernandez’s Mexican Music; and Saudade, created by ARB’s own Ryoko Tanaka.
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ARB’s new season embraces a sense of starting anew and creating fresh and diverse perspectives in ballet.
“Every program outside of The Nutcracker, presents either world premieres, company premieres or works that have never been seen live by our audiences before. ARB invites everyone to come to the theater and once again connect, converse, and reaffirm the value and meaning dance and live performance have in uplifting our spirits and our communities.” ~ Artistic Director Ethan Stiefel
Drop in for a class, revisit your favorite style, or try something new! Classes are led by knowledgeable, charismatic and caring teachers who are here to help you explore different types of dance. Ballet classes have live music, and all classes are offered in person and virtually.
Princeton Ballet School’s safety measures have been developed in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and local guidelines. As we implement all recommended protocols, the health and wellness of students and employees remain our top priority.