February – June 2021
- Ten movement-based workshops
- Teacher professional development session
- Lecture demonstration
- NYCB student matinee performance
- Virtual or in-school program options available
$650 per class
Engage students through New York City Ballet’s dynamic choreography, and invite them to learn about inspiration as a vehicle for creating art. By examining works by Founding Choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and Resident Choreographer Justin Peck, students will be challenged to think critically, act creatively, and engage collaboratively as they learn how to choreograph their own group dances.
NYCB Teaching Artists lead ten movement-based workshops that focus on the creative process and student-generated choreography. Workshops can be tailored to both virtual and in-school learning models. Students also attend a lecture demonstration and a live performance at Lincoln Center.
"It had a very positive effect on me and my students. It helps give a sense of community. This continued even during remote learning."5th Grade Teacher, The Bronx