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Digital Season

February – June 2021
A Balanchine retrospective featuring free digital streams of Inside NYCB events and pre-recorded performances, world premieres from Kyle Abraham and Justin Peck, virtual workshops and classes for dancers of all ages and abilities, and so much more. Events begin February 22.

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Virtual Public Programs

Explore our digital movement workshops and classes for dancers of all ages and abilities, offered via Zoom.

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21-22 Season Packages now available

As you consider joining us for the 21-22 Season, please know that NYCB remains 100% committed to undertaking any and all measures to keep our artists, staff, and audiences safe, and as we move towards an opening we will be under the advisement of the most up-to-date guidelines. For additional flexibility, 21-22 subscribers will access complimentary ticket exchanges should they need to swap dates over the course of the season.

Explore the full season offerings on the pages below, or view the calendar for each performance period: Fall 2021, Winter 2022, and Spring 2022.

If you're ready to subscribe or renew an existing package, get started now.

Fall 2021

New York City Ballet makes its long-awaited return to live performances with a one-time-only Opening Night celebration to kick off the 2021-22 Season.

The four weeks of fall programming also include world premieres from Sidra Bell and Andrea Miller, an array of repertory favorites ranging from contemporary creations to comedic escapades, and the farewell performances of beloved Principal Dancers Maria Kowroski and Ask la Cour.

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Winter 2022

The Company begins the new year with six weeks of winter programming, highlighted by a twelve-performance run of the eternally classic Swan Lake.

The music of Tschaikovsky, contemporary choreography, and cherished narrative works each take a turn in the spotlight, with additional highlights including world premieres by Justin Peck and Jamar Roberts and Principal Dancer Gonzalo Garcia’s final performance with New York City Ballet.

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Spring 2022

The centerpiece of Spring 2020 is a two-week celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Company’s legendary 1972 Stravinsky Festival, with four thrilling programs including a premiere by Silas Farley.

Guest artists from the Dance Theatre of Harlem grace the stage in the NYCB premiere of Gustave le Gray No. 1 by Pam Tanowitz, who also contributes her second world premiere for the Company, and the season comes to a close with the perennial favorite A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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2020-2021 Season Update

As New York City Ballet continues to prioritize the safety of our artists, staff, and audience members, and our obligation to adhere to City and State regulations and restrictions, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the entirety of our 20-21 Season and annual performances of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker®.

We look forward to returning to the stage with a special opening night on September 21, 2021.

If you were a Spring 2020 ticketholder and have not contacted us about your cancelled performances, please call Customer Care at 212-496-0600 or email customercare@nycballet.com for assistance.