Winter 2019

 

STRAVINSKY & BALANCHINE


Apollo
Orpheus
Agon

The collaboration between Stravinsky and Balanchine was a landmark of 20th-century music and dance. This program brings together three ballets that have been called the “Greek Trilogy.”

TUE, JAN 22 | BUY TICKETS

THU, JAN 24 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, JAN 26 eve | BUY TICKETS

FRI, FEB 1 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 2 mat | BUY TICKETS

 

TSCHAIKOVSKY & BALANCHINE


Serenade
Mozartiana
Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2

A lifelong affection for Tschaikovsky's music inspired several of Balanchine's greatest works.

WED, JAN 23 | BUY TICKETS

FRI, JAN 25 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, JAN 26 mat | BUY TICKETS

SUN, JAN 27 | BUY TICKETS

TUE, JAN 29 | BUY TICKETS

WED, JAN 30 | BUY TICKETS

 

NEW COMBINATIONS


Herman Schmerman (Willems/Forsythe)
New Peck 1 (Stevens) – World Premiere
The Runaway (Muhly, West, Jay-Z, Blake, with additional artists/Abraham)

A new work from Resident Choreographer Justin Peck is joined by encore performances of Kyle Abraham's Fall 2018 world premiere The Runaway and the first full staging of Herman Schmerman since 1994.

THU, JAN 31 | BUY TICKETS

SUN, FEB 3 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 9 mat | BUY TICKETS

SUN, FEB 10 | BUY TICKETS

WED, FEB 27 | BUY TICKETS

 

CLASSIC NYCB


In Vento (Moretti/Bigonzetti)
After the Rain Pas de Deux (Pärt/Wheeldon)
Variations Pour Une Porte et Un Soupir (Henry/Balanchine)
Duo Concertant (Stravinsky/Balanchine)
The Times are Racing (Deacon/Peck)

This diverse program brings together two Balanchine ballets – a classic and a rarity – and three works from contemporary choreographers.

WED, FEB 6 | BUY TICKETS

TUE, FEB 26 | BUY TICKETS

 

ROBBINS: A MASTER AT WORK


Interplay (Gould)
In the Night (Chopin)
N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz (Prince)

Jerome Robbins embraced an astonishing range of classic and contemporary music, as this program reveals.

TUE, FEB 5 | BUY TICKETS

THU, FEB 7 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 9 eve | BUY TICKETS

SUN, MAR 3 | BUY TICKETS

 

THE SLEEPING BEAUTY


A classic fairy tale was transmuted into one of the seminal works in the international repertory when Marius Petipa first staged The Sleeping Beauty, to a score by Tschaikovsky that ranks among the finest ever composed for a ballet. Peter Martins paid tribute to Petipa’s choreography in creating his adaptation, which blends the majesty of the original with the velocity and energy that remain a hallmark of the Company.

(Tschaikovsky/Martins after Petipa, Balanchine)
 

 

WED, FEB 13 | BUY TICKETS

THU, FEB 14 | BUY TICKETS

FRI, FEB 15 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 16 mat | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 16 eve | BUY TICKETS

SUN, FEB 17* mat | BUY TICKETS

SUN, FEB 17* eve | BUY TICKETS
TUE, FEB 19 | BUY TICKETS

WED, FEB 20 | BUY TICKETS

THU, FEB 21 | BUY TICKETS

FRI, FEB 22 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 23 mat | BUY TICKETS

SAT, FEB 23 eve | BUY TICKETS

SUN, FEB 24 | BUY TICKETS


*FEB 17 matinee begins at 1 PM; specially added Sunday evening performance begins at 7 PM

 


 

ALL BALANCHINE


Prodigal Son (Prokofiev)
Liebeslieder Walzer (Brahms)

Two richly contrasted Balanchine favorites illuminate the expansiveness of his imaginative reach.

THU, FEB 28 | BUY TICKETS

FRI, MAR 1 | BUY TICKETS

SAT, MAR 2 mat | BUY TICKETS