Nashville Ballet offers the well-known classic ‘SwanLake’

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O&AN and The Nashville Ballet want to send you and a guest to see Swan Lake live at TPAC’s Jackson Hall for FREE!

Just send us an email to [email protected] with “Swan Lake” in the subject line. Don’t forget to include your daytime phone number so we can let you know you’ve won. We’ll see you at the show. Good luck!  (Only one entry per person please.)

Nashville Ballet presents the world’s best-known classical ballet,SwanLake. Featuring a full cast of dancers, beautiful sets and choreography, the ballet is accompanied by The Nashville Symphony, performing Tchaikovsky’s score.

SwanLake is the story of a princess trapped in the body of a swan. Prince Siegfried falls in love with Princess Odette after watching her beautiful moonlit dance. A spell cast by an evil sorcerer turns Odette into a swan each morning, and this spell can only be broken if a prince pledges eternal love to the princess. Discover how Prince Siegfried is tricked into proclaiming his love for Odette’s evil twin, the sorcerer’s own daughter Odile.

For more than a century, SwanLake has engaged audiences and inspired new generations of dancers, who are challenged by the ballet’s technical demands and the ability to express all the human emotions…from hope to despair, terror to tenderness, and melancholy to ecstasy. 

Single tickets to Nashville Ballet’s SwanLake performance range in price from $19 to $57. Group tickets of 10 or more receive a 20 percent discount off the single ticket price. To purchase group tickets, call Meredith Benning at 615.297.2966, ext. 10.

All single tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster at 615.255.ARTS, www.ticketmaster.com, or any Ticketmaster outlet. Tickets may also be purchased in person at the TPAC box office downtown (no Ticketmaster fees) or the Davis-Kidd Booksellers in Green Hills.

Nashville Ballet is funded in part from grants made available through the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, the Tennessee Arts Commission and the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as the Ingram Charitable Trust Foundation.