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Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of DRIFT have created an artistic display that also dances.
It's a record number of newcomers, and it was because of the pandemic.
The upcoming Fall Fashion Gala will include works from Abraham and Reisen as well as Resident Choreographer Justin Peck.
Tanowitz talks about her two pieces running at NYCB this spring.
Four Principal Dancers give their final New York City Ballet performances this fall.
The visual artist has created an installation celebrating the people behind the scenes at the ballet.
The company's educational program is designed to promote artistic expression inspired by themes, choreography, and music from George Balanchine's The Nutcracker.
Choreographers Lauren Lovette and Edwaard Liang talk about the new works they've created for the company.
The company will present the new pieces at the Spring Gala May 2.
The artist's work is on view at the David H. Koch Theater February 16–24, as well as a remaining Art Series performance on March 2.
Four young dancers on their roles in the holiday favorite at New York City Ballet.
The works will be presented at the Fall Fashion Gala on September 27.
As part of New York City Ballet’s Art Series, visual artist Jihan Zenciril turns a party favor into an artistic adventure.
Making the leap from School of American Ballet Classroom to New York City Ballet stage, these accomplished young performers are vital to the success of the holiday favorite.
Ballerina Rebecca Krohn says farewell to the stage October 7, but stays with the Company in a new role.
The Company showcases 30 years of new choreographers in the four-week spring celebration.
As she announces her retirement from professional ballet, Jennie Somogyi looks back on her years of dance, creating new and original roles while surviving numerous injuries.
Susan Stroman, the Tony Award-winning Broadway director and choreographer, created a new work for New York City Ballet in 1999. Nearly a dozen years later, she premieres the follow-up to Blo…
Susan Stroman, the Tony-winning director and choreographer, created a new Duke Ellington-flavored work for New York City Ballet in 1999. Nearly a dozen years later, she premieres the follow-…
Megan Fairchild, Robert Fairchild and Tiler Peck, principal dancers for the New York City Ballet, chat with Playbill.com about playing leading roles in upcoming theatrical shows.