BRB then moves on to Salford's Lowry and Plymouth's Theatre Royal with the two productions in March.
Moving Stateside features a trio of dance routines - Serenade, Lyric Pieces and In the Upper Room. These three ballets span nearly a century of choreography from some of America's greatest dance makers.
George Balanchine's Serenade opens the performance and is set to the music of Tchaikovsky,. It's an elegant milestone in the history of dance as this was Balanchine's first original ballet created in America.
Nao Sakuma in Serenade for Birmingham Royal Ballet's Spring 2015 season
The second performance is Lyric Pieces. This was created by Jessica Lang for International Dance Festival Birmingham 2012. It was her first piece for a major European company and is accompanied by music from Norwegian master Edvard Grieg.
The production is described as having a "transforming, fluid design of folding and unfolding set pieces" to make Lyric Pieces a "masterful and mesmerising work".
The final piece of the trio is Upper Room from Renowned American choreographer Twyla Tharp. This is a high-octane piece of work to the haunting music of Philip Glass. In contrast to the traditional performances earlier on during the show, audiences are set to be thrilled as a striking mix of dancers perform exhilarating routines in trainers and bold red pointe shoes.
Moving on to the second major production of the Spring season, BRB performs the family favourite of Coppelia at Birmingham Hippodrome from February 24 to 28.
First performed by Birmingham Royal Ballet in 1995, Sir Peter Wright's cherished production of Coppelia is one of the company's most popular and treasured classical ballets.
Coppelia Elisha Willis as Swanilda and David Morse as Dr Coppelius
Coppélia tells the magical story of Dr Coppélius, a toymaker who creates the life-like Coppélia doll and wishes for nothing more than to bring her to life. He imagines that his dream has finally come true, but he has merely been caught between Franz, the red-blooded young lover, and Franz's jealous fiancée Swanilda. However, love triumphs over all in this comedy of mistaken identity for all the family to enjoy.
Created by Marius Petipa, one of the great 19th century classical choreographers, This ballet enjoyed its world premiere in 1870 performed by the Paris Opera Ballet.
Atmospheric and enchanting - BRB Coppelia
Coppelia's sparkling musical score was composed by the great master Léo Delibes. It features well-loved classics such as the stirring Act 1 Mazurka and the grand Waltz of the Hours.
Sir Peter Wright's enchanting production features a flurry of fantastical costumes and beautiful traditional sets including Dr. Coppélius's spooky toyshop. It's a show that all the family will enjoy from the very young to the very old.
Based at Birmingham Hippodrome since 1990, Birmingham Royal Ballet is the United Kingdom's leading classical ballet touring company performing a range of traditional, classical and heritage ballets as well as groundbreaking new works with the aim to encourage choreographers of the future.
The company has gone from strength to strength under the guidance of its award-winning director David Bintley. Meanwhile, the Royal Ballet Sinfonia is Britain's busiest ballet orchestra, playing for Birmingham Royal Ballet's wide-ranging programme in the UK and abroad.
The Sinfonia also plays frequently for The Royal Ballet and many of the world's other leading ballet companies, including the Paris Opéra Ballet, New York City Ballet, Australian Ballet, Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, the Kirov, Norwegian Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and La Scala Ballet.