Established in 1983, SA Met Ballet trains pre-professional dance education for dancers and choreographers from San Antonio and its surrounding areas.

calendar of events

SA Met Ballet presents two main productions per season, a fall story-book ballet and a spring mixed-repertoire concert that explores contemporary and classical works. Click "More" to see the full listing.

Funding, Sponsors and Support

SA Met Ballet, a non-profit 501(c)(3) arts organization, relies on the support of individuals and philanthropic foundations to continue its programs. Click "More" to find out how you can contribute.


Season 31

Dance Education, Ballet Performances & Educational Outreach

Direct Support:


Contact information

2800 NE Loop 410, Ste. 307 San Antonio TX 78218 US

210-650-8810 kconnally@sametballet.org

the contemporary

*Programs presented at the Carver Community Cultural Center are not a presentation of the Carver Community Cultural Center or the Carver Development Board. Tickets may be bought through the Carver Box Office or www.ticketmaster.com through the Ticket links on the Home and Calendar pages.

Thanks to Whataburger for supporting the Children's Series Performance of Snow White.



February 8, 2015 - McNay Art Museum, Leeper Auditorium - 2:30 PM

Admission at the Door: Adults $25 - McNay Members $20

Children $10, Students with ID/$15

Musical Offerings and San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet collaborate to present a unique concert for the Symphony sponsored Strauss Festival. Click below for a sneak peek!

Musician fees generously underwritten by the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts as part of San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet's "Project Dance and Music Unite" grant.

Russell hill rogers fund for the arts

dance kaleidoscope 2015

May 3, 2015 - The Majestic Theatre - 2:30 PM


Graduation Ball

Asian Fusion by Denise Oustalet

and two new works by Associate Director, Karin Heiden

in collaboration with Musical Offerings

Sponsored in part by the City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development and the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts.