ON STAGE THIS WINTER
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This year’s special program, Balanchine’s Ballet Revolution, will explore how George Balanchine transformed the art of ballet and created one of America's great ballet companies, and how his desire to create work of its time continues to inform NYCB’s mission.
Soloist Sean Suozzi performs Balanchine's quintessiential contemporary ballet, Agon. The apex of Balanchine’s collaborations with Igor Stravinsky, Agon is an intense masterpiece and signature NYCB work known for its athletic competitiveness. Catch Agon on the Stravinsky & Balanchine program this winter. This Greek Trilogy program is on stage JAN 22, 24, 26 eve, FEB 1, 2 mat.
Join us on MON, JAN 28 at 6:30 PM as we explore the very first ballet George Balanchine choreographed in America, Serenade. Take a closer look at one of the signature works of the Company’s repertory with a special presentation featuring excerpts from the ballet and insights from the artists who perform it.
Principal Dancer Tiler Peck walks us through the Vision Scene of The Sleeping Beauty and the difficulty of appearing dreamlike after the physical demands of Act I. Experience this classic, full-length ballet on stage this winter, FEB 13-24.
Join the artists of New York City Ballet on FEB 16 or FEB 17 for a pre-performance exploration of the music, movement, and themes of a ballet featured in the matinee performance for children ages 5-7 years old.
Join us on FEB 17 for our In Motion workshop for children ages 8-12 years old. This pre-preformance workshop includes a ballet warm-up, a movement combination with choreography inspired by the featured ballet and a brief interview with NYCB dancers.
Principal Dancer Sara Mearns reflects on how the music of Serenade allows her and her partner to luxuriate in the moment and create new memories onstage together. Catch Serenade on stage this winter in the Tschaikovsky & Balanchine program, opening JAN 23.
Sara Mearns reflects on how the music of Serenade allows her and her partner to luxuriate in the moment and create new memories onstage.
Catch Serenade on stage this winter in the Tschaikovsky & Balanchine program, opening JAN 23.
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