Why See New York City Ballet - New Combinations?
The great Choreographer and founder of the New York City Ballet George Balanchine once said, "There are no new steps, only new combinations". Following this great testimony, NYCB present a world premiere each and every year in celebration of the Ballet master's birthday, alongside some surprises.
Canadian dancer and choreographer Emma Portner creates her first work for the company, details TBA.
New Fall 2018
Expect a reprise of a piece from 2018's Fall program, details TBA
Striking and impressive, this 'piece of fun' is a fantastic example of William Forsythe and Thom Willem's long time collaboration, with angular moves set to a pulsing electronic score. Don't miss it in its first full length presentation since 1994.
New Peck 1
Justin Peck presents a new work, one that includes his fourth collaboration with Oscar nominee Sufjan Stephens, a match displayed in Everywhere We Go, The Decalogue and In The Countenance of Kings.
Opening night: 31 January 2019
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