The Winnipeg Ballet Club, founded by Gweneth Lloyd and Betty Farrally, gives its first performances.
Winnipeg Ballet receives the first Royal charter granted by Queen Elizabeth II in the Commonwealth.
Arnold Spohr, former RWB dancer, accepts the position of Artistic Director of the RWB, a position that he held until 1988.
RWB opens its General Division School under the direction of former RWB Principal Dancer, Jean McKenzie.
RWB wins two Gold Medals at the Paris International Dance Competition.
David Moroni, former RWB dancer, is designated by Artistic Arnold Spohr to develop an integrated school.
Principal Dancers Evelyn Hart and David Peregrine win Gold and Bronze Medals at the World Ballet Concours in Japan.
Galina Yordanova's staging of Swan Lake premieres to a sold-out house and critical acclaim in Winnipeg.
RWB Soloist Mark Godden is appointed RWB's Resident Choreographer.
André Lewis is named Artistic Director of the RWB.
Artistic Director Emeritus Arnold Spohr receives the Governor General's Performing Arts Award at Rideau Hall ceremony.
The Canadian premiere of Mauricio Wainrot's Carmina Burana takes place in Winnipeg.
The RWB premieres Quantz by Quanz choreographed by Peter Quanz, the first Canadian to create a work for the legendary Kirov Ball
The RWB shatters box office records, presenting Moulin Rouge® The Ballet to nearly 50,000 audience members across North America.
World premieres in Winnipeg of Mark Godden's Svengali and Shawn Hounsell's Wonderland.
The international co-production of dance icon Twyla Tharp's The Princess & The Goblin has its World Premiere in Atlanta.
Acclaimed New York-based choreographer Lila York premieres Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale with the RWB.
Going Home Star - Truth and Reconciliation received national critical acclaim to launch the RWB's 75th anniversary season.
"The company has never looked more resplendent, more assured, or more ravishing … a triumph for the indefatigable prairie troupe, a jewel box of sumptuous dancing…at every moment, the energy and youth radiating from the stage is palpable."- The Vancouver Sun