New Ballet Ensemble—Springloaded

New Ballet’s Springloaded is sure to captivate audiences with powerful repertoire honoring the essence of humanity and a child’s right of passage into adulthood.

Seamlessly fusing the dance forms of New Ballet’s professional and student artists, Springloaded honors tradition and celebrates the promise of youth. The program features beautiful animations of Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915 and Dances in the Canebrakes by Florence Price, while ushering in bold, new mixed-genre works choreographed by Noelia Garcia Carmona, Elizabeth Corbett, and Robin Sanders.

With a President’s Committee Award from Michelle Obama, and Kennedy Center ovations for “New Moves, Symphony + Dance,” New Ballet Ensemble & School brings together professional and student artists from the Memphis community through an astonishing intersection of dance forms—Ballet, Flamenco, African and Hip-hop. Acclaimed by New York Times critic Alastair Macaulay, New Ballet celebrates equity and inclusion, leaving audiences wowed and saying, “This is Memphis on stage!”

About Springloaded Ticket Pricing
New Ballet is committed to making Springloaded accessible to our entire community. In that spirit, we are offering a special ticket price of only $15. This general admission price is made possible by the generosity of the Building Brighter Futures donors who support New Ballet’s mission to provide access to excellence.

Free admission for Arts Access Card holders

Arts Access cardholders may receive up to 4 free tickets per family by calling New Ballet at 901.726.9225 to reserve your ticket.

Arts Access is available to EBT card holders, TennCare or Church Health patients, military, seniors on fixed income or individuals with disabilities. Please follow this link to learn how to apply.


Apr 12 2019


7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


$15 in advance, $20 at the door

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Germantown Performing Arts Center
1801 Exeter Rd, Germantown, TN 38138, USA
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