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Digital Spring Season with NYCB

Apr 21, 2020
Digital Spring Season with NYCB

From Tuesday, April 21 through Friday, May 29, New York City Ballet (NYCB) is presenting a Digital Spring Season, offering a full slate of online programming for ballet lovers everywhere. The online season will feature diverse virtual content, connecting patrons with movement classes, workshops, podcasts, and more. This season will also feature new releases of ballet performances on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8:00pm. Below, we’ve outlined the line-up of virtual ballet content.

Digital Season Performances

On Tuesdays and Fridays at 8:00pm, catch works from the NYCB repertory for 72 hours on NYCB’s YouTube channel, Facebook page, and homepage at Tuesday releases are devoted to repertory by the Company’s co-founding choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, while Friday releases are devoted primarily to contemporary works by some of today’s most exciting choreographers. Follow, subscribe, or check back on NYCB’s website every Sunday for an announcement of each week's programming and casting.

City Ballet The Podcast 

Each Monday will bring a new release from City Ballet The Podcast, with nine all-new episodes featuring discussions on some of the ballets included in the digital season programming.

Wednesday with Wendy

Wednesdays at 5:00pm, enjoy a series of ballet-inspired movement classes taught by NYCB Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan on Instagram Live.

Ballet Essentials Online

NYCB's in-demand movement workshops, Ballet Essentials, will take place Mondays and Thursdays at 6:00pm. Each Ballet Essentials workshop will be conducted by NYCB artists who will lead viewers through a ballet warm-up and movement combination. These workshops are suitable for people of all ages and training. Registration is required.

Ballet Breaks

Join artists from NYCB for a series of lively Saturday morning movement activities, perfect for children ages 3-8. The 20-minute sessions begin at 11:00am and registration is required.

Visit New York City Ballet’s website for the most up-to-date information on the Digital Spring Season.

Photo credit: Photo by Pari Dukovic © 2019