January – June 2022
- Ten movement-based workshops
- Classroom teacher professional development session
- NYCB student matinee performance
$650 per class*
Invite students to learn about inspiration as a vehicle for creating art as they experience and investigate New York City Ballet’s dynamic choreography. By examining works by Founding Choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, and Resident Choreographer Justin Peck, students are challenged to think critically, act creatively, and work collaboratively as they come together to choreograph their own group dances.
NYCB Teaching Artists lead ten movement-based workshops that focus on the creative process, culminating in a presentation of student-generated choreography. Students also attend a lecture-demonstration and a live NYCB performance at Lincoln Center.
This is a wonderful experience for students because they are exposed to dance in a new and exciting way. They get to meet real dancers and attend a live performance. The whole experience is just special!3rd Grade Teacher, Manhattan
A look at Project Ballet
*Student matinee performances will be offered in accordance with city and CDC health guidelines. In the event that a live performance is not feasible, a virtual alternative will be provided and the cost will be reduced accordingly.