New York City Ballet offers engaging programs for all audiences.
Drawing on its full resources — dancers, choreographers, educators, musicians, teaching artists and production personnel — the art of ballet comes alive in these lively programs intended to enhance your NYCB experience. With opportunities to interact with members of the Company and learn more about the legacy and innovation of NYCB, you will see ballet in a whole new light!
We are thrilled to welcome visitors back to the David H. Koch Theater and NYCB’s Rehearsal Studios in the Samuel B. & David Rose Building (the “Studios”) for in-person events. New York City Ballet remains deeply committed to the health and safety of our visitors, artists, and staff. In compliance with developing guidelines issued by federal, state, and local governments, the Company has put in place preventative measures to try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. For more information on attending Public Programs, please refer to the specific health and safety guidelines outlined on each program's page.
Family Saturdays are the perfect introduction to New York City Ballet and the world of classical dance.
Join the artists of New York City Ballet in our Lincoln Center Rehearsal Studios for these 45-minute movement workshops for children ages 5-7 inspired by some of the most beloved ballets in our repertory.
In Motion Workshops
Join the artists of New York City Ballet in our Lincoln Center Rehearsal Studios for these 45-minute movement workshops for children ages 8-12 inspired by some of the most beloved ballets in our repertory.
Experience New York City Ballet like never before in these in-studio 75-minute repertory-based movement workshops for teens and adults of all levels.
Onstage presentations exploring the history and inner workings of New York City Ballet through performance and discussion.
Ballet Essentials Workshop Weekend
Gain insight on ballet technique and learn choreography from some of your favorite works at one of our four-day ballet weekends for adults.
Behind the Magic
Behind the Magic is perfect for Nutcracker newcomers and aficionados alike.
First Position Discussions
An informal discussion, offering background information about the ballets on the program and insights about the music and choreographic process.