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Performer: New York City Ballet

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New York CityGeorge Balanchine's Nutcracker

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
George Balanchine; New York City Ballet

New York CityAll Balanchine

Stravinsky, Hindemith, Ravel
George Balanchine; New York City Ballet

New York CityMasters at Work: Balanchine & Robbins

Gounod, Ives, Rodgers
George Balanchine; Jerome Robbins; New York City Ballet
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New York CityNew Works Festival

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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Classic bill at NYCB is a Grand Slam

A matinee performance that was bright and polished across the board, boding well for the company's future. 
*****
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Couture and choreography square off (again) at New York City Ballet

Several important firsts at New York City Ballet: two female choreographers; the first black female choreographer; the first collaboration between a female choreographer and female composer. But the longstanding practice of pairing choreographers with fashion designers continues to prove problematic.  
***11
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Ratmansky's Russian Seasons the crown jewel in NYCB's mixed bill

NYCB has always had a mission to present new works and Saturday's program included Amaria, a creation by Mauro Bigonzetti for retiring ballerina Maria Kowroski.
***11
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New York City Ballet comes home

To celebrate its return to the theatre after lockdown, New York City Ballet pulled out all the stops with a triple bill of Balanchine's Serenade and Symphony in C and Wheeldon's After the Rain. The house went wild. 
****1
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New York City Ballet's Spring Gala: a sign of normality returning

Sofia Coppola's film closed on a note of optimism. The message seemed to be: “Normality is just around the corner. We’re coming back.” 
*****
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Kyle Abraham's When We Fell: a pandemic premiere at NYCB

After the success of The Runaway, it wasn’t surprising that Kyle Abraham was tapped to create a new work for NYCB’s 2021 Digital Season.
***11
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