List of New York City Ballet 2011 repertory

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New York City Ballet dances Winter, Spring and – since 2010 – Fall seasons each year at the David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, as well as a Summer season at Saratoga Springs and tours. From Thanksgiving to New Year's they perform George Balanchine's Nutcracker; this is the list of ballets with casts for the 2011 season beginning Tuesday, January 18, and ending with the last performance of The Nutcracker, Saturday, December 31.[1]

Contents


Winter[edit]

Week one, January 18–23[edit]

Tuesday, January 18[edit]

The Four Temperaments

Wednesday, January 19[edit]

Thursday, January 20, See the Music[edit]

Friday, January 21[edit]

Saturday matinée, January 22, At the Ballet with George: All Balanchine Program[edit]

The Four Temperaments

Saturday evening, January 22, At the Ballet with George: All Balanchine Program[edit]

Stars and Stripes

Sunday matinée, January 23[edit]

footnotes for week one[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i first time in rôle

Week two, January 25–30[edit]

Tuesday, January 25[edit]

Wednesday, January 26[edit]

Thursday, January 27[edit]

Friday, January 28[edit]

Saturday matinée, January 29[edit]

Saturday evening, January 29[edit]

Sunday matinée, January 30[edit]

Stars and Stripes

footnotes for week two[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac first time in rôle
  2. ^ world premiere
  3. ^ a b guest artist(s)

Week three, February 1–6[edit]

Tuesday, February 1[edit]

Wednesday evening , February 2[edit]

The Four Temperaments

Thursday, February 3[edit]

Friday, February 4[edit]

Saturday matinée, February 5[edit]

Saturday evening, February 5[edit]

Sunday matinée, February 6[edit]

footnotes for week three[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n first time in rôle
  2. ^ a b c The rôle of the "Goddess" in The Magic Flute, now performed by a ballerina, was originally called "Hermit/Oberon".
  3. ^ a b c SAB student
  4. ^ a b c Elizabeth Wallace replaced Ellen Ostrom as the "Goddess" in The Magic Flute.
  5. ^ a b c d guest artist(s)

Week four, February 8–13[edit]

Tuesday, February 8[edit]

Wednesday, February 9[edit]

The Four Temperaments
The Four Seasons

Thursday, February 10[edit]

Stars and Stripes

Friday, February 11[edit]

Swan Lake [Winter Week 4, 6]

Saturday matinée, February 12[edit]

The Four Seasons

Saturday evening, February 12[edit]

Sunday matinée, February 13[edit]

Swan Lake

footnotes for week four[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h first time in rôle
  2. ^ The rôle of the "Goddess" in The Magic Flute, now performed by a ballerina, was originally called "Hermit/Oberon".
  3. ^ SAB student
  4. ^ Elizabeth Wallace replaced Ellen Ostrom as the "Goddess" in The Magic Flute.
  5. ^ NYC rôle debut
  6. ^ Swan Lake replaced All Balanchine program: Divertimento No. 15, The Prodigal Son and Symphony in Three Movements Friday, February 11.
  7. ^ a b c d guest artist

Week five, February 15–20[edit]

Tuesday, February 15[edit]

Wednesday, February 16[edit]

Swan Lake

Thursday, February 17[edit]

Swan Lake

Friday, February 18[edit]

Swan Lake

Saturday matinée, February 19 See the Music[edit]

Saturday evening, February 19[edit]

Swan Lake

Sunday matinée, February 20[edit]

Swan Lake

footnotes for week five[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al first time in rôle
  2. ^ a b c d guest artist

Week six, February 22–27[edit]

Tuesday, February 22[edit]

[Winter Playbill 1] [Winter Repertory 1]
Swan Lake

Wednesday, February 23[edit]

[Winter Playbill 2] [Winter Repertory 1]

Thursday, February 24[edit]

[Winter Playbill 3] [Winter Repertory 1]
The Four Seasons

Friday, February 25[edit]

[Winter Playbill 4] [Winter Repertory 1]

Saturday matinée, February 26[edit]

[Winter Playbill 5] [Winter Repertory 1]
Swan Lake

Saturday evening, February 26[edit]

[Winter Playbill 6] [Winter Repertory 1]
Stars and Stripes

Sunday matinée, February 27[edit]

[Winter Playbill 7] [Winter Repertory 1]
The Four Seasons

footnotes for week six[edit]

  1. ^ a b guest artist
  2. ^ a b c d first time in rôle
  3. ^ Daniel Ulbricht replaced Andrew Veyette in Hallelujah Junction.
  4. ^ Devin Alberda replaced Sean Suozzi in The Four Seasons.

notes for Winter[edit]

Winter tour, Hong Kong Cultural Centre[edit]

Spring[edit]

Week one, May 3–8, Black and White Week[edit]

Tuesday, May 3, Balanchine Black and White[edit]

[Spring Playbill 1] [Spring Repertory 1] [Spring Fourth Ring 1]
Square Dance (ballet)