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Digital Performances

All digital performances will be streamed free of charge on Facebook, YouTube and our homepage.

Four Weeks of Repertory Performances – Tuesdays at 8 PM

All programs will stream for seven days. Repertory will feature both full ballets and excerpts, and include additional works by George Balanchine, as well as ballets by NYCB Co-Founding Choreographer Jerome Robbins, Resident Choreographer and Artistic Advisor Justin Peck, and choreographers Ulysses Dove, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Alexei Ratmansky, and Christopher Wheeldon.

TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 8:00 PM

(available until Tuesday, October 6, at 8 PM EDT)

SYMPHONY IN C (First Movement)
Ashley Bouder, Joseph Gordon**
Conductor: Clotilde Otranto. Filmed on 9/21/2018.

IVESIANA (“The Unanswered Question”)
Janie Taylor, Anthony Huxley
Conductor: Andrews Sill. Filmed on 5/1/2013.

LIEBESLIEDER WALZER (excerpt)
Maria Kowroski, Jonathan Stafford
Solo Pianists: Andrews Sill, Susan Walters. Filmed on 5/22/2012.

LIEBESLIEDER WALZER (excerpt)
Lauren Lovette*, Jared Angle
Solo Pianists: Andrews Sill, Susan Walters. Filmed on 1/20/2016.

EPISODES (excerpt)
Teresa Reichlen*, Adrian Danchig-Waring
Conductor: Daniel Capps. Filmed on 2/6/2020.

TSCHAIKOVSKY PAS DE DEUX
Tiler Peck, Joaquin De Luz
Conductor: Clotilde Otranto. Filmed on 9/21/2018.

STRAVINSKY VIOLIN CONCERTO (finale)
Sterling Hyltin, Ask la Cour, Sara Mearns, Taylor Stanley**
Conductor: Clotilde Otranto; Solo Violin: Kurt Nikkanen. Filmed on 9/21/2018.

TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, 8:00 PM

(available until Tuesday, October 13, at 8 PM EDT)

KAMMERMUSIK NO. 2 (First Movement)
Sara Mearns, Teresa Reichlen
Conductor: Andrews Sill; Solo Piano: Cameron Grant. Filmed on 5/2/2012.

OPUS 19/THE DREAMER (First Movement)
Unity Phelan*, Gonzalo Garcia
Conductor: Andrews Sill; Solo Violin: Arturo Delmoni. Filmed on 1/30/2020.

MOVEMENTS FOR PIANO AND ORCHESTRA
Maria Kowroski, Ask la Cour
Conductor: Daniel Capps; Solo Piano: Alan Moverman. Filmed on 4/28/2015.

CHIAROSCURO
Ashley Laracey*, Lauren King*, Brittany Pollack*, Andrew Veyette*, Justin Peck*, Giovanni Villalobos*
Guest Conductor: Harrison Hollingsworth. Filmed on 5/12/2017.

RED ANGELS
Maria Kowroski**, Jennie Somogyi, Adrian Danchig-Waring**, Jared Angle**
Guest Electric Violinist: Mary Rowell. Filmed on 5/29/2013.

GLASS PIECES (Third Movement)
Company
Guest Conductor: Harrison Hollingsworth. Filmed on 2/21/2017.

 

Two Saturday Matinees for Families – October 10 & 24 at 2 PM

Featuring repertory by Balanchine and Robbins specially selected for young audiences.

SATURDAY MATINEE, OCTOBER 10, 2:00 PM

(available until Saturday, October 17, at 2 PM EDT)

TARANTELLA: Megan Fairchild, Joaquin De Luz
Conductor: Andrews Sill; Solo Piano: Elaine Chelton. Filmed on 5/1/2013.

SCHERZO À LA RUSSE: Olivia Boisson*, Claire Von Enck*
Guest Conductor: Jayce Ogren. Filmed on 9/25/2012.

WESTERN SYMPHONY (First Movement): Abi Stafford, Taylor Stanley Conductor: Clotilde Otranto. Filmed on 5/17/2016.

 

Festival of New Choreography – October 27-31 at 8 PM

Featuring five world premiere ballets filmed in various locations on the Lincoln Center campus and throughout New York City. Featured choreographers include Sidra Bell, Andrea Miller, Justin Peck, Jamar Roberts, and Pam Tanowitz. All programs will stream for an indefinite period of time.

Complete details for all digital performances, including ballets and casting, will be released at a later date. Programming and casting subject to change.

*Debut **New York City debut

City Ballet The Podcast

Listen at podcast.nycballet.com or any podcast streaming platform.

New episodes begin September 28

The latest season of City Ballet The Podcast kicks off with a reprise of the See the Music episode on Symphony in C, including an additional excerpt from the ballet's score introduced by NYCB's Music Director Andrew Litton.

Additional episodes, featuring conversations with current and former NYCB artists, will be released every Monday through October 26.