New York City Ballet opens its Winter 2018 season with an All Balanchine No. 1 program.
The program includes Balanchine’s legendary Apollo (1928) which defined Neoclassical Ballet, the transitional form from Classical Ballet to Contemporary Ballet. If you only get to see one New York City Ballet in your life, it should be Apollo.
All Balanchine No. 1 Ballets
Apollo (1928) is set to the music of Stravinsky.
Mozartiana (1983) set to the music of Tschaikovsky. It was one of the last pieces Balanchine choreographed.
Cortège Hongrois (1973) is a courtly parade Hungarian style, set to the music of Alexander Glazounov.
All Balanchine No. 1 Performances
Tuesday, January 23 at 7:30 pm (Winter 2018 Season Opener)
Saturday, January 27 at 2 pm
Sunday, January 28 at 3 pm
Saturday, February 10 at 8 pm
All Balanchine No. 1 Tickets
Tickets are $30 – $185
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