Inside NYCB

These one-hour onstage presentations explore the history and inner workings of New York City Ballet through performance and discussion, offering audiences unique access to the esteemed performers and collaborators of NYCB. Whether you’re new to ballet or a seasoned aficionado, these thought-provoking presentations promise to engage and enlighten.

Tickets:
$20 per person
NYCB Circle of Friends may access complimentary tickets during presale while supplies last.
Printed tickets are required for all attendees, including members. Seating is assigned.

Location:
David H. Koch Theater
Enter via Lobby
West 63rd Street and Columbus Avenue

Priority seating for American Sign Language Interpretation is available for all Inside NYCB presentations. To purchase tickets, please contact (212) 870-5636 or education@nycballet.com. All seats are subject to availability.
 

2017/18 Season Events


Saturday, January 27 at 11 AM: The Legacy of George Balanchine's Apollo
Join us as we explore the masterwork George Balanchine referred to as the “turning point” in his life: Apollo. Choreographed in 1928 for the Ballet Russes, Apollo is one of the oldest Balanchine ballets in NYCB’s repertory and the first major work created with his long-time collaborator Igor Stravinsky. See Apollo anew at this presentation hosted by Principal Dancer Adrian Danchig-Waring.

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On sale Sunday, March 4 at 12 PM
Monday, May 7 at 6:30 PM: A Celebration of Jerome Robbins
This spring we honor American dance innovator and New York City Ballet Co-Founding Choreographer Jerome Robbins with the Robbins 100 festival. World-renowned as one of the greatest 20th-century choreographers, Robbins transformed dance with his works for ballet, Broadway, and film. Join NYCB for this special presentation exploring the career of a choreographer who captured the spirit of an American generation. This program will feature discussions with artists who were deeply influenced by Robbins’ works, and will also include performances of excerpts from his catalogue of timeless ballets.


 

 

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