SPRING 2020 | APR 21–MAY 31

 

21st Century Choreographers I


YEAR OF THE RABBIT (Stevens/Peck)
NEW LOVETTE (Tan 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


KLAVIER (Beethoven/Wheeldon)
NEW RATMANSKY (Ablinger)
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