In honor and rememberance

Violette Verdy (1933-2016)

A true Balanchine ballerina, Violette Verdy graced our stage with vivacity and charm and shared her life's work with countless dancers as generous teacher. The New York City Ballet family mourns her loss.

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the ultimate highland romance

The Enchanting Mystery of La Sylphide

A story of passion and unrequited love featuring an alluring fairy and a diabolical witch, Peter Martins' staging of 19th-century Danish dancer/choreographer August Bournonville's romantic classic La Sylphide is on stage FEB 12, 13 Mat & Eve, 14 Mat & Eve*, 16, 17, 18. (*special Sunday evening performance)

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Bonjour Paris

See NYCB in Paris June 28 - July 16

We're on the road this summer for a three week engagement at Théâtre du Châtelet as part of the Les Etés de la Danse festival, performing 20 ballets, including 14 enduring repertory classics from George Balanchine and works from Jerome Robbins, Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins, Resident Choreographer Justin Peck, Alexei Ratmansky and Christopher Wheeldon.

Tickets on sale Thursday, January 28 at the Théâtre du Châtelet website.

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A masterwork of the repertory

Adrian Danchig-Waring on The Four Temperaments

Principal dancer Adrian Danchig-Waring talks about the medieval inspiration behind Balanchine's modernist masterpiece, and how The Four Temperaments has stood the test of time.

On stage this season: FEB 19, 24, 26, 27 Eve, and 28.

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Weather Alert

Information on the cancellation of our January 23 performances.

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buoyant and beachy

Paz de la Jolla Returns

The subject of the 2014 feature-length documentary Ballet 422, Justin Peck’s Paz de la Jolla evokes the feeling of California through the music of Martinů’s Sinfonietta la Jolla.

See it on stage FEB 20 Mat & Eve, 21, 23, and 25.

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the perfect introduction to nycb

Family Saturdays

Go behind the scenes with three families who attended NYC Ballet's Family Saturdays.

On FEB 13 at 11 AM, join us as NYCB artists provide insight on and perform excerpts by choreographers who have shaped the Company. Discover the variety of choreography here at NYCB during this program perfect for families.

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Great Seats for a Song

29 and Under? Get Seats for $29.

Get your ballet fix with our $29 For 29 rush program, offering $29 day-of tickets in select locations to anyone 29 years of age or under for select fall, winter, and spring repertory performances. Just present a valid ID with proof of age at the Box Office to purchase a maximum of two $29 tickets to that day's performance with no additional charges. Some blackout dates may apply.

You can even plan for the week ahead because every Monday we post $29 for 29 availability for the week online at nycballet.com/29for29.

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Special information for idNYC card holders

idNYC Card Holders, please fill out our online form to receive your complimentary one-year Circle of Friends Membership.

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