Why See New York City Ballet - Classic NYCB II?
Classic Pieces From the Fathers of Modern Ballet
Catch the NYCB doing what they do best in this evening of modern ballet classics, the third program of the 2018/19 season. A triple bill including two audience favorites, and a brand new work, details of which are to be announced.
New Fall Ballet 2018
Dances at a Gathering
Told by Balanchine to make it 'more like popcorn' this buoyant hour long ballet from Jerome Robbins examines human emotion as set to Chopin's score that runs the gamut from Eastern European folk dances to the elan of Paris.
Stars and Stripes
Memorable and dripping with references to American history including the Liberty Bell and the Fourth of July, this tribute to his adoptive country from Balanchine utilises music from Hershy Kay and John Philip Sousa to throw an unmissable party.
Opening night: 11 May 2019
Suitable for audiences of all ages
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