The Center exists to inspire new ideas and new ballets, expanding the way we think about ballet and bringing vitality to its history, practice, and performance in the 21st century.

The Resident Fellows program brings to the Center scholars and artists from the fields of ballet and its related arts and sciences.

Explore the inaugural programs of the Center, including residencies, seminars, conversations, lectures, and open classes.

The Wall Street Journal – A Balanchine Muse Revives a Rare Work, August 24, 2016

Like a nearly forgotten painting sitting in storage, George Balanchine’s ballet “Gounod Symphony” hasn’t been danced by a professional company since 1993. But former New York City Ballet star Suzanne Farrell is brushing off the dust—and inviting the public to go behind the scenes and watch a piece of its reconstruction. On Sept. 11, Ms. […]

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