ON STAGE THIS WINTER
We're opening our doors to the general public to see Shantell Martin’s immersive 2019 Art Series installation, no performance ticket required, at free gallery hours NOW - FEB 24.
Stop by to check out her trademark stream-of-consciousness drawings made in collaboration with the NYCB dancers, 10 AM to 6 PM, Monday through Friday, and 10 AM to 12 PM Saturday and Sunday.
Sara Mearns compares what it’s like to portray both good and evil through the universal language of ballet pantomime in the same scene of The Sleeping Beauty by breaking down her performances as both the villainous Carabosse and the beloved Lilac Fairy. Just in time for Valentine's Day, catch The Sleeping Beauty NOW - FEB 24.
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Principal Dancer Taylor Stanley reflects on the first of his two solos in Kyle Abraham’s The Runaway, which is set to a piece from contemporary artist Nico Muhly. After its celebrated premiere at the 2018 Fall Gala, The Runaway returns on the New Combinations program JAN 31, FEB 3, 9 mat, 10, 27, MAR 2 eve.
Join us on FEB 25 for Ballet Essentials. Lead by the artists of New York City Ballet, our movement workshops are designed for adults with little or no dance training.
Join us on FEB 23 at 11 AM for an interactive presentation of The Sleeping Beauty. Based on the classic fairy-tale, this beloved ballet has cast its spell over generations of audiences. Discover how New York City Ballet artists tell a story through dance as we journey to the enchanted kingdom where Princess Aurora’s story unfolds. In this fun-filled, hour-long program, you’ll see excerpts from this cherished ballet and hear from the artists who perform it.
Spartak Hoxha talks about the most difficult aspects of performing the comedic solo from Jerome Robbins’ playful ballet Interplay. This spirited choreography takes the stage FEB 5, 7, 9 eve, MAR 3 on the Robbins: A Master at Work program.
Corps de Ballet Member Kristen Segin talks about letting loose and bonding with fellow corps members in Jerome Robbins’ famous “ballet in sneakers,” NY Export: Opus Jazz. This iconic ballet returns on the Robbins: A Master at Work program FEB 5, 7, 9 eve, MAR 3.
Corps de Ballet member Rachel Hutsell discusses the the importance of mental strength, hard work and the grit that goes into preparing for a performance.
Explore and refine your ballet abilities with NYCB’s first-ever workshop weekend. Designed for adults 21+ with beginner to advanced beginner ballet experience, this four-day workshop will give you a glimpse of what it’s like to train with NYCB.
Principia composer Sufjan Stevens, orchestrator Timo Andres, and New York City Ballet conductor Daniel Capps discuss the artistic process behind the score to Justin Peck’s new ballet.
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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.
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