ON STAGE THIS FALL
On stage NOV 23 – DEC 30.
Tickets for this timeless holiday classic now available. Buy early for best seats.
Entry to George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker® requires a New York City Ballet ticket printed by the David H. Koch Theater. E-tickets, print-at-home tickets, and copies of tickets are not valid and will not be accepted.
The New York City Ballet mourns the loss of Arthur Mitchell. A trailblazing dancer who elevated the art form of ballet to new heights, his legacy will live on in the multitude of lives he touched as an artist, teacher, and mentor.
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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.
See all three ballets for the special gala performance SEPT 27, or in encore performances on the 21st Century Choreographers I along with Mauro Bigonzetti's brooding, shadow-strewn In Vento, commissioned by the Company in 2006, SEPT 28, OCT 4, 6 eve.
In this exclusive interview, Principal Dancer Maria Kowroski discusses her life as a ballerina, with the sweat that leads to the beauty.
Sterling Hyltin breaks down the playful and quirky pas de deux in Rubies from George Balanchine's Jewels, a singular work in his oeuvre which gives the dancers the chance to add their own flair in this flirtatious, sexy duet. Jewels is on stage through SEPT 25.
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On OCT 13 at 11 AM, take a sneak peek behind the curtain and learn about the daily life of New York City Ballet’s dancers. This program will give your family an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the development of a dancer from young student to professional. Find out about the dancers’ training, daily preparation, and what it’s like to perform onstage at Lincoln Center.
Sara Mearns describes the near-psychic connection that exists between herself and her partner when dancing the adagio in Symphony in C. On stage this Fall as part of the the All Balanchine program, SEPT 21, 22 eve, 26.
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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