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Lincoln Center, 70 West 63rd Street, New York, NY 10023
This is the production that is the heart of New York City's year-end holiday season. Whether it is a family tradition or a once-in-a-lifetime visit, your experience of this glittering classic ballet will stay with you forever and warm your spirit. This year, celebrate with the New York City Ballet as they celebrate their 60th anniversary of performing the city's favorite Nutcracker!
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 infoBuy tickets
From 9 Jan 2015
A glorious celebration of five thousand years of Chinese culture, Shen Yun presents colorful and exhilarating performances of classical Chinese dance and music, integrating technique and influence from both East and West. A performance by Shen Yun is a presentation of traditional Chinese culture as it once was: a study in grace, wisdom, and the virtues distilled from an ancient feudal period of time. More infoBuy tickets
From 20 Jan 2015
The New York City Ballet: All Balanchine is a wide-ranging repertoire of classical and contemporary ballet by one of the world's greatest choreographers, George Balanchine, also the co-founder of NYCB. The program will vary according to the season, with the Winter 2015 program split into two sets, detailed on the next page. Ballets include the bravura Donzinetti Variations and the soulful Serenade. More infoBuy tickets
From 6 Feb 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 infoBuy tickets
From 13 Feb 2015
Undoubtedly history's most romantic and tragic story of the original star crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet lends itself beautifully to the language of ballet, from kinetic violence to the exquisite pain of young love, the warring Capulets and Montagues are brought to thrilling life through the choreography of Peter Martins and the unforgettably haunting score of Prokofiev. More infoBuy tickets
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