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
Tiler Peck breaks down the Divertissement pas de deux in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, explaining why it’s her favorite Balanchine pas de deux to dance and how it feels like it was tailor-made for her and fellow Principal Dancer Tyler Angle. A welcome rite of spring, A Midsummer Night's Dream returns to close our 19/20 Season MAY 28 - JUN 2.
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It takes some people a lifetime to figure out their path in life. Others are luckier to understand their calling from a young age. For Corps de Ballet member Christopher Grant, he was fortunate enough to experience the latter. We sat down with Christopher to learn more about his journey to NYCB and the personal significance of Balanchine's quote, "First comes sweat then comes beauty."
This spring, stop by the gift shop kiosk on the Promenade Level of the Koch Theater where we’ll be offering a limited run of the Acne Studios x New York City Ballet tee and purse that were part of its dance inspired Spring/Summer 2019 collection. Also offered are the few remaining prints of the rare, circa 1970s Donn Matus silkscreen poster.
With the progression of her career, and her move from corps member to soloist in 2017, Indiana Woodward found that speaking up became intertwined with her passion for dance, and debuting new roles meant not just finding her voice, but trusting it. Hear more from Indiana in our exclusive interview.
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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