Second week of NYC Ballet at SPAC

From the NYCB x SPAC series of short videos.

Just a reminder that this is the second -- and last -- week of this season's NYC Ballet residency at SPAC.

There are performances lined up Tuesday through Saturday, with a few matinees. Tickets start at $30.

The schedule includes works by Robbins, Balanchine, and the SPAC premiere of new work from Justin Peck and Sufjan Stevens....

Performances are at 8 pm unless otherwise noted.

Tuesday: All Robbins/Chopin

Wednesday: 21st Century Choreographers, including that new work from Justin Peck and Sufjan Stevens

Thursday: 21st Century Choreographers 2 pm

Thursday: All Robbins/Chopin

Friday: Balanchine Short Stories

Saturday: All Richard Rodgers 2 pm

Saturday: Balanchine Short Stories

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