NYCB premieres a new work in homage to Balanchine’s vision. See the new dance odyssey alongside The Red Violin and Russian Seasons.
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This show closed on February 9, 2018
New York City Ballet Founder George Balanchine once famously said, "There are no new steps, only new combinations," and each year the Company pays homage to that affirmation with a world premiere. Sharing the stage with the debut of dance odyssey are The Red Violin, set to a violin concerto that is at turns both faint and frenzied, and the critically acclaimed ballet Russian Seasons, an ensemble piece that embraces life via myriad emotions. See New Combinations this winter at Lincoln Center.
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The recommended age for New York City Ballet performances is five years and older.