ATTENTION | This is a event with limited number of tickets. See below. 

At Ballet de Catalunya, we are dedicated to fostering a deep appreciation for the arts and culture, particularly among the younger generation. Join us for an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience of the enchanting world of “The Nutcracker” ballet. In the grand studio of Ballet de Catalunya, you will not only witness the creative process but also learn about the significance of culture and the performing arts from Artistic Director Elias Garcia.

Why It Matters: Cultural education is vital for the enrichment of society and the preservation of our artistic heritage. Through events like this, we aim to:

  • Inspire the Next Generation: Introducing young minds to the beauty of ballet and storytelling through dance can ignite their passion for the arts and encourage artistic exploration.
  • Educate and Inspire: We believe in the power of education to inspire minds, nurture creativity, and foster an enduring love for the arts.
  • Promote Cultural Diversity: “The Nutcracker” is a global masterpiece, and by engaging with it, we celebrate the rich tapestry of cultures that contribute to our collective heritage.
  • Preserve Artistic Traditions: By understanding the intricacies of ballet and the dedication of our performers, we ensure the continuation of artistic traditions for generations to come.


  1. Welcome and Introduction (5 minutes):
    • Guests will be welcomed by Artistic Director Elias Garcia and introduced to the program.
  2. History and Storytelling (5 minutes):
    • Elias Garcia will share the fascinating history and narrative of “The Nutcracker.”
    • Learn about the origins of the ballet and its enduring appeal.
  3. Rehearsal Observation (110 minutes):
    • Attendees will observe a live rehearsal session of key scenes from “The Nutcracker.”
    • Elias Garcia will provide commentary and insights into the choreography and artistic direction
  4. Dancer Interaction (10 minutes):
    • Guests will have the chance to interact with the dancers, ask questions, and learn about their experiences as performers.
    • Dancers may demonstrate some ballet techniques and movements.
  5. Costume and Set Exhibition:
    • Explore a display of costumes and set designs used in “The Nutcracker.”
    • Get a close look at the intricate details that bring the production to life.


  • Casual and comfortable clothing is recommended.

Join us in this cultural journey, where we strive to nurture a love for the arts and celebrate the rich heritage of “The Nutcracker” ballet. Together, let’s inspire, educate, and preserve the beauty of our cultural traditions.

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