The stars of the New York City Ballet will perform in Tel Aviv, Budapest, Novi Sad and Belgrade in March next year.
This will be the only tour of this famous ballet company in the current theatre season. Sixteen dancers, led by the great Sterling Hyltin and Daniel Ulbricht, will dance to the choreography of Jerome Robbins, George Balanchine, Christopher Wheeldon and Johan Kobborg.
The largest American ballet company, that consists of 90 ballet artists, is located at the Lincoln Center in New York and performs about 150 ballets mainly choreographed of Balanchine and Robbins. The current season is dedicated to the “poet of the movement” and the founder of the troupe, George Balanchine.
The New York City Ballet is scheduled to perform on March 11 in Budapest (National Theatre), March 13 in Novi Sad (Srpsko Narodno Pozorište – SNP) and March 14 in Belgrade (Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozorište – JDP).
Tickets for the performance at the JDP in Belgrade will go on sale from Thursday, September 19 on the event’s website, as well as at the theatre’s box office. Ticket sales for the Novi Sad show will start on October 10.
The New York City Ballet is also due to perform at the 17th Belgrade Dance Festival, which will take place from March 21 to April 12, 2020.
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