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Fall 2024

Sept 17 - Oct 13

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On-sale to public: Mon Aug 5

The 24-25 Season commences with six dynamic programs, including George Balanchine’s beloved comedic full-length Coppélia in its 50th year since first appearing at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in 1974. An all-Peck program displays a range of Justin Peck’s creations on his 10th anniversary as resident choreographer—including the exuberant Sufjan Stevens collaboration Everywhere We Go. Lar Lubovitch’s pas de deux Each In Their Own Time joins the repertory, and dancemaker Caili Quan makes her introduction to NYCB audiences with a world premiere for the annual Fall Fashion Gala, joining Tiler Peck’s acclaimed Concerto for Two Pianos and the Company premiere of Gianna Reisen’s Signs. Additional highlights include George Balanchine’s Mozartiana, Christopher Wheeldon’s This Bitter Earth, Alexei Ratmansky’s Concerto DSCH, and Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces.

OnStage Fall 2024

  • Masters At Work

    SEPT 17, 18, 20, 21 mat, 26

    • Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2
    • Duo Concertant
    • Glass Pieces
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  • Eclectic NYCB

    SEPT 19, 21 eve, 22

    • Divertimento from 'Le Baiser de la Fée'
    • Each In Their Own Time
    • This Bitter Earth
    • The Four Seasons
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  • All Peck

    SEPT 24, OCT 3, 12 eve, 13

    • In Creases
    • Solo
    • Partita
    • Everywhere We Go
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  • Balanchine + Ratmansky

    SEPT 25, OCT 1, 2, 4, 8, 10

    • Mozartiana
    • Monumentum pro Gesualdo
    • Movements for Piano and Orchestra
    • Concerto DSCH
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  • Coppélia

    SEPT 27, 28 mat & eve, 29, OCT 5 mat & eve, 6

    • Coppélia
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  • Fall Fashion Gala

    OCT 9

    • Signs
    • New Quan
    • Concerto for Two Pianos
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  • Contemporary Choreography

    OCT 11, 12 mat

    • Signs
    • New Quan
    • Concerto for Two Pianos
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