The health and safety of our patrons, dancers and staff are our highest priority. We will adhere to all of the guidelines and best practices advised by health officials and continue to be agile in our response to changes. We greatly appreciate your investment in us.

Dancer in center wearing a yellow traditional Mexican folklorico dress. Sitting in front of an ofrenda, smiling, looking up and reaching to the sky.

Luna Mexicana

Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with us!  Luna Mexicana is one of the Bay Area’s most elaborate and inclusive Dia de los Muertos events, a beautiful celebration of dance, music, and family.

Dancer dressed as the nightingale from nutcracker, wearing a short pink dress with sparkly iridescent wings, leaping to the left.

The Nutcracker

Celebrate the spirit of the holidays with beautiful dancing, the Oakland Symphony, and the Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir. Graham Lustig’s The Nutcracker will be the highlight of your holiday season!

Academy students in class at the ballet barre.

The Academy

We believe that dance has the power to create communities, and that all dancers, whether first-time students or longtime masters, will constantly find new joy in their training at The Academy.

The nutcracker prince lifting Marie in a Discover Dance performance.

Discover Dance

Oakland Ballet Company’s Discover Dance educational programs foster learning through dance with in-school programs, free community performances, scholarships to our training programs, and ticket donations.

In Gratitude

As a non-profit organization, Oakland Ballet Company looks to the community to help ensure we are keeping the art of dance accessible, relevant, and exciting. 

Ticket revenue contributes only a fraction of the cost to produce a show.

The rest comes from you!