It is Tulsa Ballet’s mission to provide Oklahomans with world-class artistic excellence and exemplary educational opportunities. This endeavor would not be possible without the generosity of our incredible donors. Tulsa Ballet members are not only valued partners in the creation of internationally renowned performances, they also help keep our education programs accessible and affordable, assist in programming unique outreach opportunities in the Tulsa community, and support the development of new works.

We invite you to join our vibrant family of contributors. Each membership comes with exclusive benefits such as: access to the VIP Lounge, behind-the-scenes experiences, invitations to watch company class, special events, preferred season ticketing, and so much more!

Questions about becoming a member? Give us a call at (918) 749-6030.

Founders’ Society | $3,500-$25,000

Founders’ Society members are our partners in upholding Tulsa Ballet’s mission of artistic excellence. These esteemed community leaders are granted exclusive access to the creative process. Benefits include meeting guest choreographers, attending working rehearsals, special receptions, invitations to world premieres, and more.

Circle of Friends | $100-$3,499

A deeper connection to ballet begins right here. Secure your seats ahead of the public, attend rehearsals, and gain access to exclusive events with a Circle of Friends membership. This memberships supports programs like Hope for the Holidays, Pointe Shoe Fund, as well as scholarships for young dancers.

Barre Society | $100

Barre Society is a vibrant community of young professionals interested in arts advocacy and deepening their connection to Tulsa Ballet. Through philanthropic endeavors, unique events, and exclusive networking opportunities, Barre Society aims to enrich the lives of the next generation of Tulsa Ballet supporters. Barre Society provides essential support to programs on and off stage.

Legacy Societies

Larkin Society

Named in honor of Moscelyne Larkin, one of Oklahoma’s famed Native American ballerinas and the co-founder of Tulsa Ballet, the Larkin Society comprises of individuals, corporations, and foundations who have generously given in excess of $1 million during their lifetime.

Jasinski Society

Named in honor of Tulsa Ballet founder Roman Jasinski, the Jasinski Society recognizes benefactors who expressed their appreciation for the Ballet by making a deferred gift. Planned gifts ensure the future of Tulsa Ballet and its vision of achieving international prominence.