Building Beyond 50

Total Campaign Goal: $25 Million

Founded in 1963 by George Balanchine protégée Barbara Weisberger, Pennsylvania Ballet has long been recognized as one of the country's premier ballet companies. Over the past decade, the Ballet has risen to unprecedented heights of excellence.... More >>

Louise Reed Center For Dance

Goal: $17.5 million

In 2007, Pennsylvania Ballet purchased a cluster of buildings on the corner of Wood and Broad Streets, one-half block north of Vine Street and three blocks north of the newly expanded Pennsylvania Convention Center. Its goal was to create a... More >>

Artistic Priorities

Goal: $3 million

Investing in repertoire expansion: More than ever, audiences are thirsting for a rich diversity of work, both the traditionally classical and the avant-garde. Pennsylvania Ballet is focusing on expanding its repertoire with new and contemporary... More >>

Opening Our New School

Goal: $500,000

With the launch of its new pre-professional school in the fall of 2012, the Ballet will re-establish itself as a premier training institution as well as a top-notch performing organization.  In addition to providing rigorous, exceptional ballet... More >>

Cash Reserve

Goal: $4 million

To have the resources to grow, and attract major support from foundations and other investors, Pennsylvania Ballet must strengthen its balance sheet. The Ballet is working to build its assets, which have been greatly diminished by the economic... More >>

Naming Opportunities

To entice and honor donors at many levels, we offer a selection of naming opportunities in the Louise Reed Center for Dance. Donors may choose from a full range of gift opportunities, from $500 for a brick in our entrance courtyard to $500,000... More >>