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September 18, 7:00 pmOctober 10, 11:30 pm

Lincoln Center

W 65th Street & Broadway

New York NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

Watch more than 50 hyper slow-moving images of 20 of New York City Ballet’s current dancers performing iconic moments from the Company’s unparalleled repertory in  a large-scale video installation. The The 50-plus films will be displayed each night in a continuous loop on a triptych of giant screens on façade of the Company’s home, the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.

More than 30 ballets will be included in honor of NYCB’s 75th Anniversary, from George Balanchine’s Apollo and Prodigal Son, created in 1928 and 1929 respectively, to one of the Company’s most recent creations, Justin Peck’s Copland Dance Episodes, which premiered in January 2023. Created by by artist David Michalek, co-directed by Wendy Whelan, NYCB’s Associate Artistic Director.

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Senior Center Caroling

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Got Your Goat

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December Birding with Doug Bloom

Not all birds fly south for the winter. When leaves are off the trees, we can more easily notice nests. Expert birder Doug Bloom will help identify birds by sights…

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Making Gifts

Learn how to make and wrap gifts with elements found in nature. Session 1: 10 am–11 am for grades K-2 Session 2: 11:15 am–12:15 pm for grades 3-5

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