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  • George Balanchine, who famously choreographed multiple ballets to composer Igor Stravinsky’s scores, once said: “I like Stravinsky's music. It is so strict, so solid. It never comes apart. You cannot improvise upon it. It's built like mathematics.”

See three of his ballets set to Stravinsky's music: Apollo, Orpheus, and Agon (seen here) on the Stravinsky & Balanchine program, JAN 22, 24, 26 eve & FEB 1, 2 mat: nycballet.com/stravinsky

      

  • Balanchine’s lushly romantic ballet Serenade may not have a plot, but it’s full of unbridled emotion not only for the audience, but for the dancers as well. Principal Dancer Sara Mearns reveals why she always gets chills before the start of the pas de deux, here performed with Jared Angle, as she breaks down what it’s like to dance the part of the Waltz Girl. 

Be swept off your feet by Serenade during the Tschaikovsky & Balanchine program JAN 23 - 30. For tickets and more information: nycballet.com/tschaikovsky

      

  • It's almost Princess Aurora's sixteenth birthday, and her parents are about to throw her a birthday party of a lifetime. Peep behind the scenes of her exclusive photo shoot to commemorate the occasion. And you're invited to the party as well – The Sleeping Beauty runs FEB 13-24. Get your tickets at nycballet.com/sleepingbeauty

      

  • Prodigal Son, a powerful ballet returning FEB 28 on the All Balanchine program, was George Balanchine’s last work for Ballet Russes in 1929. It opened during that company’s final Paris season, long before Balanchine co-founded New York City Ballet in 1948. While almost a century old, it remains a vibrant and important cornerstone of the NYCB repertory.

See Prodigal Son on the All Balanchine program, FEB 28 & MAR 1, 2 mat: nycballet.com/balanchinewinter

      

  • Tiler Peck gives a play-by-play of the wedding pas de deux from The Sleeping Beauty, which she danced with fellow Principal Dancer Tyler Angle. 

This grand fairy-tale ballet returns FEB 13, just in time for Valentine's Day. Visit our website for tickets and more information: nycballet.com/sleepingbeauty

      

  • George Balanchine once said of his ballet Liebeslieder Walzer: “In the first act, it is the real people who are dancing. In the second act, it is their souls.”

The two-part poignant ballet of waltzes features a piano duet and vocal quartet set to poems by Friedrich Daumer and Goethe. Liebeslieder Walzer joins the timeless parable Prodigal Son in our All Balanchine program FEB 28 & MAR 1, 2 mat: nycballet.com/balanchinewinter

      

  • Christopher Wheeldon’s touching After the Rain Pas de Deux, which premiered in 2005, is endlessly affecting in its simplicity and purity. The ballet joins In Vento, Variations pour une Porte et un Soupir, Duo Concertante, and The Times Are Racing on the Classic NYCB program this February.

For tickets and information about the Classic NYCB program, visit our website: nycballet.com/classicnycbwinter

      

  • Jerome Robbins’ colorful ballet Interplay follows a group of competitive, fun-loving young dancers trying to one-up each other as a cool jazz-infused score plays on. See this and two other Jerome Robbins favorites, In The Night and N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz on this winter's  Robbins: A Master At Work program.

Learn more about our winter programming: nycballet.com/winter

      

  • Happy New Year! We hope your 2019 is filled with happiness, love, and lots of dance. #happynewyear2019 #happynewyear

      

  • 2018/19 Season: First Comes Sweat. Then Comes Beauty

      

  • FLASH FOOTAGE: Sterling Hyltin and Gonzalo Garcia as The Sugarplum Fairy and Her Cavalier in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

      

  • FLASH FOOTAGE: Tiler Peck as Dewdrop in George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker®

      

George Balanchine, who famously choreographed multiple ballets to composer Igor Stravinsky’s scores, once said: “I like Stravinsky's music. It is so strict, so solid. It never comes apart. You cannot improvise upon it. It's built like mathematics.” See three of his ballets set to Stravinsky's music: Apollo, Orpheus, and Agon (seen here) on the Stravinsky & Balanchine program, JAN 22, 24, 26 eve & FEB 1, 2 mat: nycballet.com/stravinsky

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