Richmond Ballet RBII Brings Classical and Contemporary Ballet to Piedmont Arts Series


Elena Bello and Matthew Frain in PORTRAIT OF BILLIE by John Butler. Richmond Ballet. All rights reserved. Photo by Sarah Ferguson.


Richmond Ballet’s RBII will bring energy and flair to an exciting repertory of classical and contemporary ballets when they perform as part of Piedmont Arts’ performing arts series on Friday, April 13, 2018 at 7 pm at Martinsville High School Auditorium.

“Piedmont Arts is excited to bring Richmond Ballet’s RBII back to the community,” said Executive Director Heidi Pinkston. “As the State Ballet of Virginia, Richmond Ballet brings performances of the highest quality to communities throughout the commonwealth and the country."


Cody Beaton and Trevor Davis in GARGOYLES by Philip Neal. Richmond Ballet. All Rights Reserved. Photos by Sarah Ferguson.

Richmond Ballet’s dancers come from around the world and have helped earn the company critical acclaim. The executive director of Dance/USA says Richmond Ballet is “a jewel among U.S. dance companies,” and The Washington Post calls it “a company to which dance fans everywhere ought to pay attention.” During Richmond Ballet’s second engagement in three years at The Joyce Theater in New York City, The New York Times rated the company as “highly recommended.”

Richmond Ballet dancers in GARGOYLES by Philip Neal. Richmond Ballet. All Rights Reserved. Photos by Sarah Ferguson.

RBII’s performance is made possible through the donations of many to the Alison Bailey Parker Fund, honoring the memory of Alison Parker.

Tickets to Piedmont Arts presents Richmond Ballet RBII are $25 for reserved seats, $15 for adults and $5 for students. Tickets are on sale now at Piedmont Arts, located at 215 Starling Ave., by calling 276.632.3221 or online here.


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