ON STAGE THIS SPRING
New York City Ballet is thrilled to announce the appointment of Jonathan Stafford as Artistic Director of NYCB and the School of American Ballet, and Wendy Whelan as Associate Artistic Director of NYCB.
Photographed at One World Observatory in New York City. Credit: Christopher Lane/Getty Images.
The Museum of Modern Art showcases NYCB Co-Founder Lincoln Kirstein’s contributions to American cultural life with the exhibition Lincoln Kirstein's Modern, on display MAR 17 – JUN 15.
Credit: George Platt Lynes (American, 1907–1955). Lincoln Kirstein. c. 1948. Gelatin silver print, 9 1/2 × 7 ¾ in. (24.2 × 19.6 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Russell Lynes © 2019 Estate of George Platt Lynes
New York City Ballet will welcome the season with an annual favorite: the 2019 Spring Gala. Join us and our newly appointed Artistic Leadership team, Artistic Director Jonathan Stafford and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, as we celebrate both the rich history and the bright future of NYCB.
Help support the Company's excellence, launch new works, and keep performances affordable and accessible for new audiences.
Principal Dancer Daniel Ulbricht explains why performing Justin Peck’s Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes feels particularly American. See Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes on the 21st Century Choreographers I program APR 23, 25, 26 and 27 eve.
The choreographers of New York City Ballet have been dazzling audiences for decades with their imaginative ideas and fancy footwork. Join us MAY 25 as we learn about key choreographers, past and present, who have shaped the Company’s history. Your child will even get to learn some iconic ballet moves!
George Balanchine founded NYCB on the principle of choreographic innovation, a legacy that lives on as the Company continues to commission new works each year. Hear from today’s dancers as they share what it’s like to have work created on them, and see excerpts from some of the Company’s vast repertory of 21st century choreography.
Principal Dancers Tiler Peck and Joseph Gordon perform the pas de deux from Matthew Neenan's striking first work for NYCB. The Exchange returns this spring on the 21st Century Choreographers II program, APR 24, 27 mat, 28 & MAY 1.
There's still time to save on Spring 2019 performances.
Celebrate Jerome Robbins’ centennial with a limited edition exclusive cuff bracelet or pendant featuring an abstracted detail of Tanaquil LeClerq’s costume for The Cage.
Available online and at the Theater’s Gift Shop.
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