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  • Located on the East Bank of the University of Minnesota Campus, Minneapolis.

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  • Northrop Ticket Office: M-F 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Event times vary.

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  1. Alonzo King LINES Ballet

    Alonzo King LINES Ballet

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    with additional repertory

    Called “riveting” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Alonzo King’s Biophony is a fascinating investigation of life on earth. Created in collaboration with natural soundscape artist Bernie Krause and composer Richard Blackford, the score draws from the rainforests of Borneo, a waterhole in Kenya, the Alaskan tundra, and a meadow high in the Sierra Nevada mountains, echoing animal voices and imprints of habitats in peril. King’s visionary choreography, brought to life by the extraordinary LINES dancers, has an earthy and sensual feeling that imbues classical ballet with new, expressive potential. Dancers crawl, fly, elongate, flutter, and somersault, creating composites of otherworldly creatures.

  2. Company Wang Ramirez

    Company Wang Ramirez

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600


    She’s a dancer raised in Germany by Korean parents, trained in ballet, but fascinated by hip-hop and martial arts. He was born in the south of France and catapulted from gifted b-boy to international dancer and choreographer. Together, Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez have created Company Wang Ramirez and they make their Northrop debut with Borderline, a dreamlike work that combines hip-hop, contemporary dance, acrobatics, visual poetry, and the illusion of weightlessness. Aerial rigging allows the dancers new powers of movement, letting them defy gravity as they struggle against the forces of restraint. To original music by lacrymoboy, these stunning technicians burst out flurries of looping, spiraling shapes with fluid control, using each others’ bodies as counterweights, balanced at impossible angles.

  3. Houston Ballet

    Houston Ballet

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    Swan Lake
    with live orchestra

    Houston Ballet, one of America’s most highly-regarded ballet companies, has long been a Northrop audience favorite. They will return with Artistic Director Stanton Welch’s sumptuous production of Swan Lake, performed with a live orchestra playing Tchaikovsky’s emotionally-charged score. Created especially for the company, Welch’s choreography imbues his characters with psychological complexity and gives the work a 21st century pace. One of the greatest love stories in all of classical ballet, Swan Lake tells the story of Odette, a beautiful maiden transformed into a swan by an evil knight, and the Prince who swears his eternal love to her.

  4. Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

    Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    One Flat Thing, reproduced by William Forsythe
    Violoncello (a duet from Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness) by Nacho Duato
    Jardí Tancat by Nacho Duato
    The Golden Section by Twyla Tharp
    Georgia by Lou Conte
    The 40s by Lou Conte

    Celebrating 40 years as a major force in American contemporary dance, Hubbard Street’s superlative dancers will return to Northrop with a program of highlights from the company’s impressive history. Lou Conte’s vision when he first established his dance school at LaSalle and Hubbard Street in the 1970s is honored with his joyous romp, The 40s. William Forsythe’s One Flat Thing, reproduced hurtles us (and 20 metal tables) to the clatteringly contemporary present. In between, we’ll experience the “sheer dance ecstasy” of Twyla Tharp’s The Golden Section, “….a rush of pirouettes, spins, twirls, and gymnastic epiphanies” (Chicago Tribune).

  5. KEIGWIN + COMPANY Celebrates Bernstein featuring the University Symphony Orchestra

    KEIGWIN + COMPANY Celebrates Bernstein featuring the University Symphony Orchestra

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    Northrop celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday in a program that features our flagship orchestra at the University of Minnesota and the dancers of KEIGWIN + COMPANY.

    The University Symphony Orchestra takes center stage under the direction of Mark Russell Smith and treats us to Bernstein’s quintessential melodies from “On the Town,” “On the Waterfront,” and more. The evening showcases choreographer Larry Keigwin’s refreshing vision of dance—a blend of Broadway and club styles with contemporary wit, heart, and theatrical flair. With movement and music on stage together, this delightful program pays tribute to Bernstein’s impact on American dance and culture.

  6. Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo

    Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    Romeo and Juliet
    by Jean-Christophe Maillot

    Young love and centuries-old hate: with its primal passions, timeless themes, and heart-rending music that many regard as the greatest ballet score ever written, Romeo and Juliet has inspired the world’s greatest dance-makers. Internationally-acclaimed French choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot conveys all of the drama of this poignant, timeless masterpiece in a moving two-act version. His company, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, is in demand the world over for its iconic productions, and the glorious technique and impeccable artistry of its 50 exquisite dancers. They make their Northrop debut with this powerful tale of tragic love that will captivate ballet enthusiasts and new audiences alike.

  7. New York City Ballet MOVES

    New York City Ballet MOVES

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    In the Night by Jerome Robbins
    After the Rain Pas de Deux by Christopher Wheeldon
    In Creases by Justin Peck
    Pictures at an Exhibition by Alexei Ratmansky

    With live music

    It’s a rare treat when New York City Ballet dancers take the Northrop stage. This stunning repertory program includes ballets by four exceptional choreographers. Jerome Robbins, one of New York City Ballet’s founding choreographers, visits three couples, each at different points in their romantic relationships, in his enduring classic In the Night. Justin Peck’s first ballet for NYCB, In Creases, showcases his keen wit and musicality. Christopher Wheeldon’s After the Rain pas de deux is an achingly beautiful expression of tenderness and longing. And, in Alexei Ratmansky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, 10 dancers display a profusion of emotion—from raw and wild to solemn and soulful.

  8. Northrop Presents Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    On the heels of a sold-out critically acclaimed summer tour, longtime Fleetwood Mac members Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie announce the second leg of their North American tour.

    The collaboration began three years ago, when McVie rejoined Fleetwood Mac for the group’s “On With The Show” tour. The pair went in to record new material prior to rehearsals for the tour and their natural creative chemistry was reignited. According to Buckingham: “We were exploring a creative process, and the identity of the project took on a life organically. The body of work felt like it was meant to be a duet album. We acknowledged that to each other on many occasions, and said to ourselves, ‘what took us so long?!’” Working their natural singer songwriter skills together came easily for the duo.
    Simply titled LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM/CHRISTINE McVIE, the 10-song album is now available on CD, LP, and all digital and streaming services via Atlantic Records. Sessions for the album took place at The Village Studios in Los Angeles, which is where Fleetwood Mac recorded several of their classic albums, including Tusk. Buckingham and McVie were joined in the studio by fellow bandmates Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, who supplied much of the dynamic rhythmic engine.
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  9. ODC/Dance Company

    ODC/Dance Company

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    Boulders and Bones

    With live music on stage

    San Francisco’s groundbreaking ODC/Dance presents innovative, exuberant, and fearless contemporary choreography that fuses ballet with modern dance techniques. Widely recognized for athleticism, passion, and intellectual spark, ODC is also known for their trailblazing collaborations with composers, actors, visual artists, writers, and welders.

    The company makes its Northrop debut with boulders and bones, a work inspired by environmental sculptor Andy Goldsworthy and set to an original, live cello score by Zoë Keating. Dance, music, and cinematic scenic design come together in a dazzling multimedia orchestration portraying the chaos of creative process and the glory of nature.

  10. The Velveteen Rabbit performed by ODC/Dance

    The Velveteen Rabbit performed by ODC/Dance

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    The whole family will marvel as Margery Williams’ classic tale of a well-worn stuffed rabbit is brought to life through music, dance, and narration. San Francisco’s ODC/Dance, one of America’s most exciting and acclaimed contemporary dance companies, has created a family treat that has captivated Bay Area audiences for 30 years. Now, this evergreen classic—brimming with wit, festive costumes and endearingly madcap characters—comes to delight Northrop audiences for the first time. Don’t miss this endearing tale of a young boy, his favorite toy, and the abiding power of love.

  11. U of M School of Music Presents 56th Annual Marching Band Indoor Concert

    U of M School of Music Presents 56th Annual Marching Band Indoor Concert

    84 Church St SE
    Minneapolis, MN 55455
    Call: (612) 625-6600

    Join the University of Minnesota Marching Band, directed by Betsy McCann, for performances that showcase music, tradition, and entertainment for the whole family. The Marching Band will perform halftime favorites and more.

    One of the most exciting and highly visible organizations on campus, the Minnesota Marching Band provides enthusiastic support to the University’s athletic programs, and represents the University at events throughout the year. The Pride of Minnesota has been bringing spirit, color, and music to campus for over 125 years.

    ALUMNI NIGHT! U of M Marching Band alumni are encouraged to attend the Saturday evening performance.

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