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Thursday May 24, 2018 7:30 PM

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This quintessential NYCB program couples audience favorites with something new for a satisfyingly varied experience. Two fall premieres return, situated between masterpieces by our founding choreographers: Mozartiana’s prayerful opening will touch your spirit and its theme and variations will delight, and the expansive yet streamlined Glass Pieces quickens the tempo, propelling its dancers across the stage at an electrifying pace. 

David H. Koch Theater
Running Time:
1 hr 55 min


  • Mozartiana

    • Music by: Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine
    • Principal Casting:
      JAN 23, JAN 28: Maria Kowroski, Tyler Angle, Daniel Ulbricht
      JAN 27 mat, FEB 10 eve: Sara Mearns, Chase Finlay, Troy Schumacher

    Mozartiana’s prayerful opening will touch your spirit and the upbeat theme and variations that follows builds to pure exhilaration.

  • Not Our Fate (New Nyman/Lovette)

    • Music by: Michael Nyman
    • Choreography by: Lauren Lovette

    Just one year after her choreographic introduction to NYCB audiences, Principal Dancer Lauren Lovette presented her second creation at the Company’s 2017 Fall Gala.

  • Pulcinella Variations (New Stravinsky/Peck)

    • Music by: Igor Stravinsky
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck

    The first of two Justin Peck premieres during the 2017/18 Season took place at NYCB’s fall gala and marked his fifth time participating in the Company’s annual event that pairs choreographers with fashion designers.

  • Glass Pieces

    • Music by: Philip Glass
    • Choreography by: Jerome Robbins

    Expansive in scope and streamlined in style, Glass Pieces captures the pulsating heartbeat of metropolitan life with its charged, urban choreography, concluding in a finale that propels the corps de ballet across the stage at an electrifying pace. 

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Performance Extras

  • Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7:10 PM
    David H. Koch Theater
    First Position Discussions
    Free for all ticket holders, these informal discussions on the program begin 20 minutes before curtain on the right side of the Fourth Ring and during intermission/s.

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