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  • We say goodbye to Joaquin De Luz today, as he concludes his career at New York City Ballet performing George Balanchine's Theme and Variations, Jerome Robbins' A Suite of Dances, and Peter Martins' Todo Buenos Aires. After 15 years with the Company, Joaquin has made a mark on the repertory and beyond, and we'll miss his agile presence, his smile, and his effervescent ballon on stage.

We're taking a look back at Joaquin's performance in another Balanchine classic, Tschaikovsky Pas De Deux, where the theater filled with rock-star level screams as he made impossible athletic feats look like easy beauty.

See Joaquin's final performance today at 3PM: nycballet.com/calendar.

      

  • Need something to do this Saturday with the kids? Join us tomorrow for our annual Family Saturdays event. Don't miss your chance to learn all about a dancer's life as an artist and professional, from their training days to performing on a daily basis. Featuring Principal Dancer Daniel Ulbricht as the high flying host, get your tickets at nycballet.com/familysaturdays.

      

  • FLASH FOOTAGE // Last night Soloist Joseph Gordon made his debut in Jerome Robbins' Afternoon of a Faun, performing the delicate and sensual high-wire of a pas de deux with Principal Dancer Sterling Hyltin.

Don't miss out – there's two more chances to see Afternoon of a Faun on Robbins 100 program. Lauren Lovette and Kennard Henson debut tonight, OCT 12, and Joseph and Sterling finish it on Saturday, OCT 13 mat. Tickets available: nycballet.com/calendar.

      

  • This year, Principal Dancer Joaquin De Luz had the honor of rehearsing with the legendary Mikhail Baryshnikov on two ballets choreographed by Jerome Robbins, Other Dances and A Suite of Dances. He told The New York Times "It’s like you’re learning how to draw and Picasso comes back from the grave."

The results are clear in this buoyant, playful clip Joaquin's spring 2018 performance of A Suite of Dances. See it on our Joaquin De Luz Farewell this Sunday, OCT 14: nycballet.com/deluzfarewell.

      

  • Our fall performances come to an end today, wrapping up four weeks of incredible performances featuring the return of Jewels, our glamorous Fall Gala with three innovative world premieres, dancer debuts in major repertory roles, a celebration of Jerome Robbins during his birthday week, and a farewell to Principal Dancer Joaquin De Luz.

For the rest of October, we'll be on tour in Shanghai and then just down the road at New York City Center for Balanchine: The City Center Years. We're back on stage at our Lincoln Center home starting NOV 23 through DEC 30 for our beloved holiday classic George Balanchine's The Nutcracker®. nycballet.com/nutcracker

      

  • FLASH FOOTAGE //  It's Jerome Robbins' 100th birthday today and what better way to celebrate than with his very first ballet, Fancy Free?
In this footage from our Short Stories performance, Joseph Gordon takes a solo turn as one of the footloose sailors on shore leave.

There's one more chance to see Fancy Free on our Short Stories program along with West Side Story Suite and George Balanchine's Prodigal Son OCT 13: nycballet.com/season-tickets/18-19-season/fall/oct-13-2018-eve-short-stories.aspx.

      

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  • With direction and musical staging by Broadway's Warren Carlyle, SOMETHING TO DANCE ABOUT Jerome Robbins, Broadway at the Ballet brings the best of our Co-Founding choreographer's Broadway work to life, featuring rarities like Billion Dollar Baby, forgotten sections of On the Town and The King and I, and smash hits including Fiddler on the Roof and Funny Girl. In this clip, Tiler Peck and Daniel Ulbricht lead the corps in the Charleston from Billion Dollar Baby.
 
See SOMETHING TO DANCE ABOUT on the Robbins 100 program OCT 11, 12, 13 mat: nycballet.com/fall.

      

  • Jerome Robbins' Afternoon of a Faun was a daring ballet upon its premiere in 1953, and its themes of sensuality and narcissism still resonate today. Hear from Ballet Master (and former NYCB Soloist) Craig Hall on the demands of this delicate pas de deux.

See Afternoon of a Faun on our Robbins 100 program OCT 11, 12, 13 mat: nycballet.com/fall.

      

  • On stage this week, last 21st Century Choreographers II program for fall takes one more bow. Then our Co-Founding choreographer Jerome Robbins gets his shine on the Short Stories program (also featuring Balanchine's Prodigal Son) and the return of our Robbins 100 program, featuring Robbins classics and the avant-garde Moves. 

We close the week out with our Joaquin De Luz Farewell program, where the beloved dancer closes the chapter on a 15-year career performing in three ballets by the choreographers who influenced him: Balanchine, Robbins, and Peter Martins.

Tickets available at nycballet.com/fall.

      

  • Jerome Robbins' repertory boasts a wide array of works varying in style, but perhaps none more unique than his ballet Moves, where one of the key elements of dance is stripped away: the music. Principal Dancer Jared Angle describes the unexpected complexity of dancing without a score: "You can't hide anything. It's very exposed. And this feels like it's just a direct line between the performer and the audience."  

See Moves on the Robbins 100 program OCT 11, 12, 13 mat. Tickets available at nycballet.com/fall.

      

  • Baltimore native and Corps de Ballet member Kennard Henson says that when you're performing for New York City Ballet, "You gotta step up to the plate."

See Kennard make his debut in Afternoon of a Faun on the OCT 12 Robbins 100 program during our final week of fall performances. Tickets available: nycballet.com/fall.

      

We say goodbye to Joaquin De Luz today, as he concludes his career at New York City Ballet performing George Balanchine's Theme and Variations, Jerome Robbins' A Suite of Dances, and Peter Martins' Todo Buenos Aires. After 15 years with the Company, Joaquin has made a mark on the repertory and beyond, and we'll miss his agile presence, his smile, and his effervescent ballon on stage. We're taking a look back at Joaquin's performance in another Balanchine classic, Tschaikovsky Pas De Deux, where the theater filled with rock-star level screams as he made impossible athletic feats look like easy beauty. See Joaquin's final performance today at 3PM: nycballet.com/calendar.

 

 

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