ON STAGE THIS WINTER
For his newest work, Resident Choreoographer Justin Peck will create a dance to a commissioned score by acclaimed American composer Nico Muhly, premiering on the Classic NYCB II program February 26, with additional performances February 27, 28, 29 eve and March 1.
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Free public viewing hours for Lauren Redniss' installation on the Promenade of the Theater will be held February 15-23, between the hours of 10 AM – 6 PM, Monday through Friday, and 10 AM – 12:30 PM Saturdays and Sundays.
Choreographer Justin Peck discusses his new take on Aaron Copland’s famous Rodeo, while Justin’s long time collaborator, Principal Dancer Taylor Stanley, talks about how Justin is challenging the Company’s male dancers in surprising new ways.
Gretchen Smith talks about the difficulties of rehearsing large ballets on stage and the important role of the corps de ballet in Christopher Wheeldon's DGV:Danse à Grande Vitesse. See this super-charged ballet on the Classic NYCB II program, February 26, 27, 28, 29 eve and March 1.
This winter on the Classic NYCB I program, NYCB brings back the Variations solo from George Balanchine’s Episodes, which was created in 1959 for the legendary dancer and choreographer Paul Taylor. The Company last performed this section of the ballet in 1989, and performs it this winter in tribute to Taylor, who passed away in 2018.
Michael Trusnovec, a recently retired star of the Paul Taylor Dance Company, will appear as a guest artist with NYCB for the first two performances, February 6 and 9. NYCB Soloist Jovani Furlan, who learned the role while a dancer at Miami City Ballet from former NYCB dancer Peter Frame, will perform the solo February 25 and 29.
This year your child can learn, laugh, and leap with New York City Ballet at Summer Tales, our new creative dance camp.
Designed for children ages 6.5 to 8.5 years, NYCB Summer Tales is a unique program for creative and curious young movers. NYCB artists will guide children in an exploration of storytelling through dance as they learn choreography inspired by some of NYCB’s famous story ballets. Campers will work together to create their own ballet tale to share in a special presentation for family and friends.
Additional activities include arts & crafts, yoga, a backstage tour of the David H. Koch Theater, and a special presentation by NYCB dancers. Enroll your child today for a fun and exciting summer they will never forget.
Join New York City Ballet for the second annual Ballet Essentials Workshop Weekend, four-day ballet experiences for adults 21+. Due to demand, we've added a second weekend fof 2020.
Each workshop weekend gives ballet lovers a chance to experience a day in the life of a Company dancer by taking classes, learning NYCB-inspired choreography, observing an exclusive in-studio lecture demonstration featuring Company members, taking ballet-focused Pilates and yoga classes, touring our theater, and other behind-the-scenes experiences —all culminating with a chance to perform for family and friends.
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Don't miss out on Season Three of City Ballet The Podcast, featuring in-depth conversations about what's to come in Winter 2020 at NYCB. We're available wherever you get your podcasts.
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