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Fri, Feb 1, 2019 8:00pm –


New York City Ballet
20 Lincoln Center Plaza W 63rd St
New York  New York  10023
United States
New York City Ballet

Stravinsky & Balanchine

The collaboration between Stravinsky and Balanchine was a landmark of 20th-century music and dance. This program brings together three ballets that have been called the “Greek Trilogy.” Apollo expresses the Greek myth through pure neoclassicism. Orpheus dramatizes the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice with an elemental simplicity and power. And while Agon, which Balanchine once called “the quintessential contemporary ballet,” eschews plot entirely, its title comes from the classical Greek word for “struggle."

Tickets are available only to current Columbia students, faculty, and staff, and can be purchased both online and in person at the TIC in Lerner Hall lobby.

All tickets must be picked up at the TIC with a current CUID. There is a limit of 2 tickets per CUID per show.

Image: Teresa Reichlen, Adrian Danchig-Waring, and Tyler Angle in 
Agon. Photo credit: Paul Kolnik