Tickets & Events

2023-24 Northrop Dance Series

Dance series

Oakland Ballet dancers Lawrence Chen and Jazmine Quezada. Photo © John Hefti.

Immerse yourself in a season that defies expectations. Thrill in the journey from ballet to breaking, from tap and step dancing to modern. Be the first to witness the unveiling of two world premieres—both Northrop Centennial Commissions.

Build your flexible, Create Your Own Package with any 3 or more in-person events from the 2023-24 Dance Series or Music Series and save 15%!

Subscribers enjoy

  • The most flexibility at no extra cost—change your plans anytime!
  • 15% off single ticket prices
  • Early seat selection—front and center, balcony, or box seats*
  • Invites to special, behind-the-scenes events
  • Partial payment plans (for early subscribers—see details below)
  • and more!

Order online, contact us or call 612-624-2345.

Tickets to student matinees are also available.

More from the season

Northrop 2023-24 Film Series

2023-24 Northrop Film Series

Prepare for a singular cinematic experience. Live music intertwines with mesmerizing visuals as silent films—both new and old—come to life in a series that amplifies the power and artistry of this classic form.

Northrop's Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ

2023-24 Northrop Music Series

Discover a season of sonic artistry. Musical mastery meets historic allure—from rising virtuosos to local legends—all featuring the symphonic might of Northrop’s historic Aeolian-Skinner Opus 892 pipe organ

Watch a preview of the season

2023-24 Northrop Season

Dare to be captivated. Step into a kaleidoscope of rhythm, movement, and cinematic wonders with Northrop’s Dance, Music, and Film Series. Ignite your imagination with nine dance events including two co-commissioned world premieres, and five live music performances all featuring Northorp’s historic pipe organ—two in tandem with surprising cinematic experiences.

Sponsored by PNC Bank

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.