Royal Winnipeg Ballet Season Launch for 2014-15

Celebrating 75 years of bringing awe and joy to audiences and dance enthusiasts alike, Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet continues to spark excitement and artistic innovation as one of the world’s premier dance companies.

Enriching the Canadian arts experience since 1939, Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet is certainly not constrained to the city within which it was born. As Canada’s oldest ballet company – and the second oldest in North America – Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet performs award-winning ballets worldwide, with more than 150 performances each season.

A Story of Truth and Reconciliation    October 1 – 5, 2014, Centennial Concert Hall

Nutcracker    December 20 – 28, 2014, Centennial Concert Hall

Canada’s Ballet Jörgen presents Cinderella    February 7, 2015, Centennial Concert Hall

Swan Lake  March 4 – 8, 2015, Centennial Concert Hall

The Faerie Queen   A Ballet Based on a Midsummer Night’s Dream  April 29 – May 3, 2015, Centennial Concert Hall

La Bayadère: Kingdom of the Shades + Ballet Vignettes    May 21 – 23, 2015, Royal Winnipeg Ballet School Professional Division In Concert Performance

Q DANCE   June 9 – 12, 2015, Manitoba Theatre Centre




Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Jeff Herd, Executive Director


André Lewis, Artistic Director, Royal Winnipeg Ballet



Royal Winnipeg Ballet





The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Demonstrates Vivaldi’s Spring.




Murray Sinclair, Ojibway-Canadian judge, First Nations rights activist, and the current chair of the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Committee




Latest from 2014

NAfro Dance, Nov 7 2014

Patana Final call is a fantastic new production  featuring the new dance works
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