First comes the sweat. Then comes the beauty — if you’re very lucky and you’ve said your prayers. – George Balanchine
2018/19 Subscriptions Now Available
First comes sweat. Then comes beauty. Single tickets for Season 18/19 go on sale Sunday, August 5 at noon EST. Learn more about the astonishing array of dance on the horizon and get your seats.
See NYCB at The Tivoli Concert Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark AUGUST 15 – 19, performing Balanchine classics, the best of contemporary choreographers, and stunning repertory favorites.
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Choreography and couture will return to the stage at the 2018 Fall Gala. The evening will feature celebrated fashion designers selected to create original costumes for three world premiere ballets. A.I.M. Founder Kyle Abraham will partner with couturier Giles Deacon, Pennsylvania Ballet Choreographer in Residence and BalletX Co-Founder Matthew Neenan's ballet will feature costumes by Gareth Pugh and Gianna Reisen, who made her NYCB choreographic debut last year, will work with Italian designer Alberta Ferretti.
Principal dancers Tiler Peck, Teresa Reichlen, and Sara Mearns reveal all the facets of George Balanchine's Jewels, an epic full-length evening consisting of three remarkable ballets: Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds. Jewels kicks off our 2018/19 Season on SEPT 18.
Hear about NYCB Principal Dancer Russell Janzen's passions in this Screen Test, whether it's writing, 30 Rock, the cookbooks of Yotam Ottolenghi, or touring Europe with the Company. He'll be perfoming this August in Copenhagen in George Balanchine's Symphony in C and Jerome Robbins' In the Night.
Celebrate Jerome Robbins’ centennial with a limited edition exclusive cuff bracelet or pendant featuring an abstracted detail of Tanaquil LeClerq’s costume for The Cage.
Available online and at the Theater’s Gift Shop.
Learn how NYCB Access Programs have partnered with medical centers and special education schools to provide programs for children and adults with disabilities, their peers, and their families, including one young girl who got to live her dream of being a ballerina.
New York City Public School educators – engage, enlighten, and inspire your students through an exploration of New York City Ballet's artistry, history, and cultural aesthetic. Now accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year.
Principal Dancer Teresa Reichlen discusses the "rite of passage" that is dancing in Balanchine's Symphony in C, and the sense of trust that develops in the second movement. Symphony in C will be performed when NYCB is on tour in Copenhagen this August, and on the All Balanchine program in Fall 2018.
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