AF Dance is Alessandra Ferri's production company. It is born out of  Ms. Ferri's desire to expand her artistic boundaries and in so doing create unique and innovative collaborations in a variety of media with established as well as upcoming talents of great inspiration. Please note that Ms. Ferri's guest appearances are not produced by AF Dance. While AF Dance may plan multiple productions down the line, funds are raised for one project at a time.

Obsidian Tear/Marguerite and Armand/Elite Syncopations, Royal Opera House, review

...The exquisite Alessandra Ferri (still unbelievably supple at 53) came out of retirement to play Marguerite last year and thank goodness for that: she portrays an agonisingly beautiful heroine, teetering on the edge of giddy exuberance and heart-wrenching agony. Her ability to execute technically flawless movement while navigating the character’s complexity is second to none...

The Telegraph -- Click here for the full review



We have some exciting dates to share with you. Please note that a calendar of future events is also available in the main menu --> performances --> upcoming. Interactive dates are linked to external pages for ticket purchase. No ticket purchase is handled through this site.

Marguerite and Armand

Created by Frederick Ashton

April 14 (sold out) and 18, 2018: The Royal Ballet, London at Royal Opera House


Created by Wayne Mcgregor

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May 21-26: with American Ballet Theater at Metropolitan Opera House, New York

After the Rain

Created by Christopher Wheeldon

May 31 and June 1 at Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow as part of the World Ballet Stars Gala in Commemoration of the bicentenary of Marius Petipa


Created by John Neumeier

June 29 with Hamburg Ballett John Neumeier  at Hamburg Staatsoper

Wolf Works (pas de deux) | Witness

Created by Wayne McGregor

July 7 at Ravello Festival, Italy


August 1,2,3,4,5   8,9,10,11,12, 14,15 at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Theatre
* Specific dates and program TBA


A new choreography by John Neumeier created for Alessandra Ferri and the Hamburg Ballet will bring to life the legendary Italian actress Eleonora Duse with performances in Hamburg on December 6, 9, 11 and 12, 2015 and on January 9, 15 and 16, 2016

Poster by Holger Badekow


EVOLUTION. For Alessandra Ferri, stepping back onto stage has gone hand in hand with conquering full awareness of her destiny as a dancer. Being that intimately, with heart, body, and soul.

EVOLUTION is born out of this necessity, as the title runs on the double track of an evolving art that seeks new forms today more than ever, and that of an evolving artist who relentlessly pursues new emotions to be experienced and shared with her audience, diving into the work of choreographers with different  sensibilities and original visions. 

Herman Cornejo, principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre, is once again Ms. Ferri's ally in this new artistic journey. After his groundbreaking experience with Alessandra in Chéri, Cornejo is more and more stimulated to follow her sophisticated artistic and expressive research.

Several International talents will take part in the performance. These are artists from varied backgrounds who intimately share a mutual vision of the art of Dance. It is with them that Alessandra Ferri will dance a number of original and meaningful creations by today's authors, showing us their value, peculiar vision, poetry.

Wolf Works

WOLF WORKS, on the life and works of author Virginia Wolf, is a creation by Wayne McGregor for Ferri and the Royal Ballet premiering at the Covent Garden in London on May 11, 2015.



CHÉRI premiered November 19, 2013 at the Signature Theatre in New York City. Conceived, directed and choreographed by Martha Clarke, the original cast included, in addition to Ferri, Herman Cornejo and Amy Irving.
Chéri was performed in Buenos Aires in November of 2014 where Norma Aleandro joined Ferri and Cornejo.
New dates will be posted as they become available

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