Tag Archives: New York City Ballet
From pretty pinks to hues of blue, these pastel pieces will freshen up your ballet classwear.
For most mere mortals, being six months pregnant means eating for two, enjoying the fact that your bump is finally … More »
The Indiana University dance community, and the ballet world in general, is mourning the loss of legendary ballerina Violette Verdy. … More »
The buzz is certainly building around New York City Ballet soloist/resident choreographer Justin Peck‘s new ballet, The Most Incredible Thing. To say … More »
Today, let’s take a moment to reflect on the legacy of George Balanchine, the father of American ballet. He was … More »
Former New York City Ballet soloist Kathryn Morgan answers your pressing dance questions.