SPRING 2020 | APR 21–MAY 31

 

21st Century Choreographers I


YEAR OF THE RABBIT (Stevens/Peck)
NEW LOVETTE (Dun)
ESTANCIA (Ginastera/Wheeldon)

Illustrating the Company’s ever-expanding repertory of original works, this program includes encore viewings of Lovette’s fall premiere and Wheeldon’s Estancia, an Argentine romance complemented by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava’s evocative sets.

APR 21 | BUY TICKETS

APR 23 | BUY TICKETS

APR 28 | BUY TICKETS

APR 29 | BUY TICKETS

APR 30 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 1* | BUY TICKETS
 

*For MAY 1 only, Gianna Reisen’s Composer’s Holiday and Christopher Wheeldon’s This Bitter Earth will be performed in place of Lauren Lovette’s Fall 2019 premiere.

21st Century Choreographers II


NEW RATMANSKY
EVERYWHERE WE GO (Stevens/Peck)

Ratmansky’s winter premiere returns in the spring, paired with Peck’s epic Everywhere We Go, a geometric nine-movement journey featuring a cast of 25 dancers emboldened by a swelling Sufjan Stevens score.

APR 22 | BUY TICKETS

APR 25 eve | BUY TICKETS

APR 26 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 2 mat | BUY TICKETS

MAY 2 eve | BUY TICKETS
 
 

21st Century Choreographers III


COMPOSER’S HOLIDAY (Foss/Reisen)
LITURGY (Pärt/Wheeldon)
BELLES-LETTRES (Franck/Peck)
NEW TANOWITZ (Hearne) —World Premiere

Highlighting a quartet of choreographers, this program features a new ballet from Pam Tanowitz, along with Gianna Reisen’s vivacious first NYCB work, Wheeldon’s quietly mystical pas de deux, and Peck’s romantic ensemble piece.

APR 24 | BUY TICKETS

APR 25 mat | BUY TICKETS

MAY 3 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 5 | BUY TICKETS
 

All Balanchine I


DIVERTIMENTO FROM ‘LE BAISER DE LA FÉE’ (Stravinsky)
RUBIES (Stravinsky)
LA VALSE (Ravel)

This colorful collection of Balanchine marvels includes a foreboding divertimento inspired by a dark fairytale, the sensational middle section from the full-length Jewels, and the beguiling fate of a young woman seduced by the figure of Death.

MAY 6 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 8 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 10 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 23 eve | BUY TICKETS
 
 

21st Century Choreographers IV


NEW LIANG (Davis)
THIS BITTER EARTH (Richter, Otis/Wheeldon)
NEW PECK (Muhly)
NEW ROBERTS


A world premiere from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Resident Choreographer Jamar Roberts, his first creation for NYCB, joins repeat performances of new works by Liang and Peck, along with a lyrical Wheeldon pas de deux.


MAY 9 mat | BUY TICKETS

MAY 12 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 16 mat | BUY TICKETS


 

Masters at Work: Balanchine & Robbins


PIANO PIECES (Tschaikovsky/Robbins)
SYLVIA: PAS DE DEUX (Delibes/Balanchine)
THE FOUR TEMPERAMENTS (Hindemith/Balanchine)

Two rarities — Robbins’ folk-inflected Piano Pieces, last seen onstage over a decade ago, and Balanchine’s grand pas de deux, returning after a 25-year hiatus — precede a Black & White masterpiece with unceasing appeal.

MAY 7* | BUY TICKETS

MAY 9 eve | BUY TICKETS

MAY 13 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 16 eve | BUY TICKETS

MAY 22 | BUY TICKETS
 

*Spring Gala performance; New Roberts is performed in place of Piano Pieces.

 

All Balanchine II


DONIZETTI VARIATIONS (Donizetti)
TSCHAIKOVSKY PIANO CONCERTO NO. 2 (Tschaikovsky)

The charm and effervescence of the smile-inducing Donizetti Variations is paired with the breathtaking classical grandeur of Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2, featuring all-new costumes adorned with thousands of Swarovski crystals.

MAY 14 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 15 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 17 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 19 | BUY TICKETS
 

All Balanchine III


CONCERTO BAROCCO (Bach)
KAMMERMUSIK NO. 2 (Hindemith)
VIENNA WALTZES (J. Strauss II, Lehár, R. Strauss)

Music from three centuries converges in a dynamic program illustrating three distinct atmospheres: the simple elegance of Concerto Barocco, striking angularity of Kammermusik No. 2, and grand opulence of Vienna Waltzes.

MAY 20 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 21 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 23 mat  | BUY TICKETS

MAY 24 | BUY TICKETS
 

A Midsummer Night's Dream


(Mendelssohn/Balanchine)

Balanchine’s full-length adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most cherished comedies, a lush production never long absent from the repertory since its debut in 1962, closes the season with Mendelssohn’s alluring and iconic melodies.

MAY 26 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 27 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 28 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 29 | BUY TICKETS

MAY 30 mat | BUY TICKETS

MAY 30 eve | BUY TICKETS

MAY 31 | BUY TICKETS