Future Voices OKC Ballet Performance
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FUTURE VOICES
Future Voices

A Choreographic Showcase

March 7 - 10, 2024

AUDITIONS/SUMMER PROGRAMS

AUDITION INFORMATION

SUMMER
PROGRAMS

BALLET BALL
BALLET BALL

APRIL 6, 2024

SHORTS
Shorts

May 10-12, 2024

BUNDLES AND DEALS
BUNDLES AND DEALS!
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FUTURE VOICES
FUTURE VOICES
A CHOREOGRAPHIC SHOWCASE
AUDITIONS/SUMMER PROGRAMS
AUDITIONS/SUMMER PROGRAMS
BALLET BALL
BALLET BALL
SHORTS
SHORTS
BUNDLES AND DEALS
BUNDLES AND DEALS
BUNDLES AND DEALS
SEASON
SEASON
2024/25 SEASON INFORMATION
Alexandra Schooling & Micah Bullard, Corps de Ballet | Photo by Shevaun Williams

OKLAHOMA
CITY
BALLET

Our mission: Oklahoma City Ballet inspires its audience through classical and contemporary dance performances, a strong educational program, and community engagement.

  • 30,000 audience members are moved by our artists and world-class performances
  • 800 students of all ages improve their dance technique through our Yvonne Chouteau School
  • $200,000 in scholarships enable students to develop their talent
  • 10,000 Oklahomans enjoy our free dance classes and community performances

THE
YVONNE
CHOUTEAU
SCHOOL

From beginner to advanced, the Oklahoma City Ballet Yvonne Chouteau School offers classes for all ages.

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT

BEYOND THE BALLET

Oklahoma City Ballet’s community programs.

SUPPORT OKC BALLET

We couldn’t do this without your generosity.

BALLET BASICS

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LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We honor the Indigenous people who inhabited these lands before the United States was established, including the Apache, Caddo, Tonkawa, and Wichita. We also honor those tribes who have a historic relationship with this region, including the Comanche, Kiowa, Osage, and Quapaw. Before Statehood, we recognize that the lands around Oklahoma City were federally assigned to the Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole Nations. Today, 39 distinct tribal nations reside in Oklahoma. OKC Ballet gratefully acknowledges each nation for their continued leadership in caring for and respecting the land upon which we work and create.

Special thanks to the First Americans Museum for their guidance and contribution in preparing this acknowledgment.