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New York Dance & Ballet in March 2015

Our selection of the best dance & ballet in New York for the month of March 2015

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Orpheum Theater

Stomp is one of New York's most unique entertainment experiences. A rotating cast of eight energetic young performers create rhythms and, yes, music, with their hands and feet and all manner of noisy objects, such as hammers, garbage can lids, buckets, and so on. Their technical skill is truly awesome: this perfectly synchronized ballet of juggled sticks, drums, and what-have-you is indeed thrilling to witness. More info

Radio City Music Hall : Closes 3rd May 2015

The Rockettes lead this brand new Radio City extravaganza, opening in March for a strictly limited time. Directed by Tony Award winner Warren Carlyle, it's billed as an all-dancing love letter to The Big Apple in the Spring time, taking the audience on a grand tour of the city's most iconic landmarks. More info

David H Koch Theater : Closes 31st May 2015

New York City Ballet presents its Classic NYCB programme - a night of performances encompassing a range of styles and artistic directions, with choreography by two of the greats, Balanchine and Robbins, as well as more contemporary works. More info

David H Koch Theater : Closes 30th May 2015

NYCB have always been at the cutting edge of the balletic artform, constantly performing and commissioning new works from the most accomplished of contemporary choreographers. This season, which runs in October 2014 and May 2015, celebrates this tradition of innovation, and includes world premieres of pieces from Alexei Ratmansky and Troy Schumacher. More info

David H Koch Theater : Closes 29th March 2015

Dubbed by the New York Times as "the Greatest Choreographer alive" the legendary Paul Taylor has been making waves with his timeless modern dance since 1954. Never one to bow down to the establishment, Taylor has set his choreography to and taken inspiration from an eclectic mixture of genres from Ragtime to Rock, Baroque and classical symphony music. More info

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