For Children Ages 5 - 7 Join the artists of New York City Ballet in this 45-minute pre-performance exploration of the music, movement, and themes of a ballet featured in the matinee performance. NYCB Teaching Artists guide children in a ballet warm-up and movement combination, concluding in a liv...
Jerome Robbins was an inveterate observer, seeker, and creator. In diaries, drawings, watercolors, paintings, story scenarios, poems—and, especially, in dance—he reimagined the world around him. And New York dominated that world, where he was born one-hundred years ago and where he lived his entire ...
Join us for these exciting one-hour interactive presentations featuring excerpts from New York City Ballet's diverse repertory performed by Company dancers and members of the NYCB Orchestra. Daniel Ulbricht, Principal Dancer and Family Saturdays Creative Director, hosts the programs, offering insigh...
New York City Ballet is committed to offering audiences of all ages and abilities the opportunity to engage with our artists and to experience the art form of ballet.
Shen Yun takes you on an extraordinary journey through China's 5,000 years of divinely inspired civilization. Exquisite beauty from the heavens, profound wisdom from dynasties past, timeless legends and ethnic traditions all spring to life through classical Chinese dance, enchanting orchestral music...
A singular icon graces The Appel Room in this special Life of a Legend performance. Dancer, actor, and choreographer Carmen de Lavallade has a unique gift for movement, and her groundbreaking performances have inspired artists and audiences for generations. Tonight we celebrate de Lavallade's love o...
¡VAYA! 63 This night is all about authentic Cuban charanga, with one of New York's premier Latin dance bands that will keep the dance floor packed all night. Originally founded as Sublime in 1975, the New York–based orchestra was reborn in 2000 as SonSublime thanks to the efforts of bandlea...
Since his debut as a newsboy in the 1989 revival of Gypsy, quintessential song-and-dance man Tony Yazbeck has continued to land coveted roles and garner critical acclaim—including a Tony Award nomination and Outer Critics Circle nomination for his leading role in On the Town (2014). With “just the r...
Barbara Hannigan, conductor Flute soloist to be announced Meghan Kasanders, soprano STRAUSS “Salome's Dance” from Salome HAYDN Symphony No. 96 DEBUSSY Syrinx SIBELIUS Luonnotar BARTOK Suite from The Miraculous Mandarin
Stravinsky's utterly original, exotic Firebird glitters and pulses to fantastic effect — from primitive to luminous, and from the lustrous dance of the Firebird to the Finale, a spectacular, shimmering climax of bold orchestral colors. Matthias Pintscher describes his mar’eh (a Hebrew word that can ...
In celebration of Alexei Ratmansky's 10th anniversary as American Ballet Theatre's Artist in Residence during its spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House (May 13–July 6, 2019), ABT presents a special conversation with Ratmansky that will situate his famed piece, Songs of Bukovina, within its c...
All-Bach Program Orchestral Suite No. 2, BWV 1067 Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147 Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106 Sandra Miller, Flauto Traverso The ACO Chorus Johann Sebastian Bach had immense capacity to represent and reach in his listeners the dee...
Little Mortal Jump (2012) Choreography by Alejandro Cerrudo Music by Beirut, Andrew Bird, Alexandre Desplat, Philip Glass, Hans Otte, and Max Richter D-Man in the Waters (1989) Choreography by Bill T. Jones Music by Mendelssohn The Rite of Spring (1984) Choreography by Martha Graham Musi...
Michael Feinstein's Jazz & Popular Song series kicks off with a celebration of the original “Boy from Oz,” Australian song-and-dance man Peter Allen, whose hit songs were the soundtrack of a generation. Under the direction of Executive Producer Liza Minnelli, who was married to Allen from 1967–1...
In this buoyant dance-theater piece, two curious characters playfully explore the spaces between silence and noise. Tip-toes, leaps, and cartwheels set off whooshes, tick tocks, boings, and bells to the gleeful joy of both the performers and the young audience members, who are eventually invited on ...
A sampling of works curated from workshops and performances by Dance Division students throughout the year.
Featuring Juilliard Dance's Class of 2019 in a diverse program of solos and duets choreographed by these graduating dancers, as well as alumni and faculty, plus selections from the major repertory.
Part modern dance, part performance art, this thoughtfully designed show from the Mexican-Argentinian theater company Teatro al Vacío invites infants and toddlers to explore their emergent creativity in a safe and friendly space. A pair of performers, seated on opposite ends of the space, transform ...
Salute to Vienna New Year's Concert January 1, 2020 at 2:30 pm Celebrate with this spectacular recreation of Vienna's world-famous New Year’s Concert, performed by a brilliant cast of European singers, champion ballroom dancers, ballet, and full orchestra. A 24-year tradition in New York,...
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The 1983 catalogue essay that accompanied the original production of Available Light
James Hunter shares some of his earliest musical influences.
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Understanding and respecting the origins of the Lindy Hop
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Lincoln Center introduces the Big Umbrella Festival.
Performers' perspectives on the iconic star-crossed lovers
Peter Walker, member of New York City Ballet's corps de ballet since 2012, discusses his path from dancer to choreographer.
Get to know two of Ballet Hispánico's dancers, who are featured in a special presentation by Lincoln Center at the Movies on PBS.
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On Wednesday, July 12, we are thrilled to include an adapted dance lesson from 5:30 to 6:00 pm.
Compagnie XY's Il N'est Pas Encore Minuit soars at Lincoln Center Festival.
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Compagnie XY's art seems to defy the laws of physics. But physics makes it possible.
Step up your salsa game with these tips and songs from Marlon "International" Mills.
Amanda MacBlane talks to the ballet star about working with a visionary choreographer.
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Liz Gerring discusses the process behind her work (T)here to (T)here.
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This summer, Accessibility at Lincoln Center launched the Access Ambassador Initiative, a new program to provide hands-on work experience in the arts to students with disabilities.
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In a pair of highly danceable playlists, Silent Disco DJs Joey Carvello and Bill Coleman capture the distinct vibes of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.
Welcome to the wacky world of the "silent disco," a dance party where the crowd hears the music only through wireless headphones.
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LC Kids brings world-class dance, theater, music, and interactive experiences to Lincoln Center families. Members receive ticket discounts all year long. Join today. Check out the new season at LincolnCenter.org/kids. ...
Live From Lincoln Center is a cornerstone of performing arts broadcasting, bringing the world’s greatest artists and performances in music, dance, and theater from Lincoln Center’s renowned stages to households across America on PBS. Since its premiere in 1976, Live From Lincoln Center has given hun...
The Juilliard Store is open to the public on West 66th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. Unique as one of the largest brick and mortar sheet music stores in the world, it also sells a wide selection of musical accessories, books on dance, drama, music, and general interest, as well as ap...
A world-renowned educational center comprising music, drama, and dance divisions, Juilliard was founded in 1905 with a stated mission to provide the highest caliber of an artistic education and ensure that students and graduates achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizen...
The welcoming green space of Barclay’s Capital Grove is located just north of the Metropolitan Opera House, next to the Paul Milstein Pool and Terrace. Rectangular in shape and planted with London Plane Trees, the Grove offers a shaded canopy with moveable chairs underneath for visitors t...
Hearst Plaza is located behind David Geffen Hall between the Metropolitan Opera House and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Lawn, flanked by the shaded green trees of Barclay’s Grove to the south. The center of the plaza showcases the infinity pool of the Paul Milstein Pool and Terrace surround...
Opened in 1969, the Guggenheim Bandshell in Damrosch Park can be found on West 62nd Street, west of the David H. Koch Theater, and between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues. The Park’s Bandshell stage, set amidst verdant trees and planted flowerbeds, has been the open-air ballroom for New York Ci...
Established in 1934 by legendary choreographer George Balanchine and philanthropist Lincoln Kirstein, The School of American Ballet offers training for approximately 450 boys and girls from age six to eighteen. Most young students are New York residents, but those in the Intermediate and Advanced Di...
Founded in 1905, The Juilliard School is a world leader in performing-arts education. Its mission is to provide the highest caliber of arts education for gifted musicians, dancers, and actors from around the world, so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citi...
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New York City Ballet is one of the foremost dance companies in the world, with a roster of spectacular dancers and an unparalleled repertory. The Company was founded in 1948 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein, and it quickly became world-renowned for its athletic and contemporary style. Jerom...