Nashville Ballet's Firebird
Nashville Ballet's Firebird
Nashville Ballet presents


Nashville Ballet's Firebird

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September 22-24, 2023

LOCATION: James K. Polk Theater


Seating Chart



Single ticket on sale: July, 1, 2023

Experience an unforgettable performance by Nashville Ballet. The Tony Award-winning choreographer behind Steven Spielbergs’s 2021 West Side Story, Justin Peck’s Year of the Rabbit will make its Nashville debut. Hailed as “thrilling,” “poetic,” and “brilliant” by The New York Times, Year of the Rabbit blends the athleticism of classical ballet with boundary breaking movement for a performance that is both visually stunning and physiologically intriguing. Year of the Rabbit will be accompanied by Jirí Kylián’s moving Un Ballo, and Artistic Director Emeritus Paul Vasterling’s full length Firebird, performed to Stravinsky’s iconic score live with the Nashville Symphony!
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James K. Polk
  • Wheelchair accessible seating is located at the back of the orchestra level.
  • There is no elevator access to Grand Tier level.
  • All non-accessible seating requires taking stairs.