From August 15 - August 19
The New York City Ballets will perform 7 shows with more than 90 dancers in the Tivoli Concert Hall spread out over four different programs.
The New York City Ballet was founded in 1948 by the choreographer George Balanchine, the creator of the neoclassical style who was instrumental in making ballet both contemporary and timeless. New York City Ballet's repertoire consists of more than 100 works, of which many today must be considered modern masterpieces.
Tivoli's Head of Ballet, Peter Bo Bendixen is looking forward to welcoming the world-famous ballet company back to Tivoli:
"We have finally been able to lure the New York City Ballet back to the Tivoli Concert Hall. It has been our burning wish and desire to do so, ever since their last visit in Tivoli in 2008. The New York City Ballet belongs to the absolute world elite with an outstanding repertoire with cornerstones like Balanchine, Robbins and Martins. A world-class experience awaits when the New York City Ballet takes the stage at the Tivoli Concert Hall. "
The visit is made possible by the generous assistance of A. P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal.