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Tuesday January 20, 2015 7:30 PM

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Uncontested masterworks, these three ballets present vastly differing styles for a Balanchine experience that simply cannot be missed.

  • Location:

  • David H. Koch Theater
  • Running Time:

  • 2 Hr. 17 Min.


  • Serenade

    • Music by: Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine
    • Principal Casting:
      January 20, 24 Eve: Sterling Hyltin, Erica Pereira* (replaces Ashley Bouder), Teresa Reichlen, Robert Fairchild, Ask la Cour (*first time in role)
      January 25, 31 Mat: Sara Mearns, Erica Pereira (replaces Ashley Bouder), Megan LeCrone (replaces Rebecca Krohn), Jared Angle, Justin Peck* (*first time in role)

    Originally crafted as a training exercise for the School of American Ballet and now performed by companies the world over, Serenade is a romantic work of immense sweep with a transcendent score.

  • Agon

    • Music by: Igor Stravinsky
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine
    • Principal Casting:
      January 20, 24 Eve: Maria Kowroski, Amar Ramasar, Andrew Veyette, Lauren King, Ashley Laracey, Megan LeCrone (replaces Rebecca Krohn), Devin Alberda, Daniel Applebaum
      January 25, 31 Mat: Teresa Reichlen, Adrian Danchig-Waring, Anthony Huxley, Ashley Hod, Unity Phelan, Savannah Lowery, Allen Peiffer, Andrew Scordato

    A wonder of propulsive angularity, the Black & White ballet Agon balances structural symmetry with choreographic ingenuity.

  • Symphony in C

    • Music by: Georges Bizet
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine*
    • Principal Casting:
      January 20, 24 Eve: First Movement: Ashley Bouder* (replaces Tiler Peck), Chase Finlay; Second Movement: Sara Mearns, Jared Angle; Third Movement: Lauren Lovette* (replaces Erica Pereira), Gonzalo Garcia; Fourth Movement: Brittany Pollack*, Adrian Danchig-Waring (*first time in role)
      January 25, 31 Mat: First Movement: Ashley Bouder, Andrew Veyette; Second Movement: Maria Kowroski, Tyler Angle; Third Movement: Lauren Lovette, Joseph Gordon*; Fourth Movement: Lauren King, Taylor Stanley  (*first time in role)

    Symphony in C is a classical ballet that sparkles with over 50 dancers covered in Swarovski elements and a spectacular finale with the full cast onstage.

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