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Performer: New York City Ballet

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New York CityNew Works Festival

Taylor Stanley in Justin Peck’s Thank You, New York © Jody Lee Lipes
Bell, Schnittke, Jara, Akinmusire, Thile
Sidra Bell; Pam Tanowitz; Russell Janzen; Andrea Miller; Jamar Roberts; Justin Peck; New York City Ballet; Caitlin Taylor; Ghaleb Kayali; Emily Kikta; Mira Nadon
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NYCB tries pandemic choreography

Taylor Stanley in Justin Peck’s Thank You, New York © Jody Lee Lipes
New York City Ballet ends its Fall Digital Season with a festival of new choreography, including works by Justin Peck and Pam Tanowitz. 
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Ratmansky world premiere engages with the Voices

Sara Mearns and Company in Alexei Ratmansky’s Voices © Erin Baiano
Alexei Ratmansky draws out exceptional individual qualities of each of five ballerinas in his intriguing world premiere for New York City Ballet, set to spoken word and live piano.

Balanchine's Firebird, La Source and Allegro Brillante

Ashley Bouder in George Balanchine’s Firebird © Paul Kolnik
Ashley Bouder, Tiler Peck and Megan Fairchild were at the top of their game in a Balanchine triple bill at New York City Ballet
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NYCB winter season opens with Stravinsky and Balanchine

Erica Pereira and Harrison Ball in George Balanchine’s Danses Concertantes © Erin Baiano
From the frivolous to the profound, New York City Ballet celebrates the galvanizing partnership of George Balanchine and Igor Stravinsky.
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Balanchine's Nutcracker remains a timeless holiday gift

New York City Ballet’s production of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker © Erin Baiano
Balanchine’s Nutcracker may have premiered in 1954, but every year tickets sell out for this festive treat. 
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NYCB does Cunningham ... and Balanchine

New York City Ballet in Merce Cunningham’s Summerspace © Erin Baiano
Judging by the enthusiastic audience reactions to this program one might have to rethink the modern/ballet divide. Maybe there’s only two types of dance – good dance and bad dance. 
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