New York City Ballet: All Balanchine: II [CANCELLED] at David H Koch Theater

New York City Ballet Tickets

David H. Koch Theater | New York, New York

EVENT CANCELLED. Please contact your ticket point of purchase to claim a refund on your tickets.

New York City Ballet

The stunning David H. Koch Theater is excited to present New York City Ballet: All Balanchine: II on Saturday 30th September 2023! This Ballet performance is made up of an all-star group who are ready to give you an unforgettable night of top quality Ballet! From the atmospheric location in New York you will be able to savour this unrivalled event. Best of all, the David H. Koch Theater has some of the greatest staging and seating in New York, and that’s because the David H. Koch Theater wants all their guests to walk away with the smile that they deserve. So come along and enjoy the finest Ballet performances in New York City Ballet: All Balanchine: II! Tickets are shifting fast, so secure yours here now.

Seeing a premier Ballet performance live is not simply enjoyed with the eyes, but with the heart. David H. Koch Theater in New York has a long tradition of touching all the strings of their guests’ souls by hosting nothing but the most notable artists in the field. This September makes no exception of the rule, as the highlight of the theatre’s program will be the unparalleled New York City Ballet: All Balanchine: II. Every single detail in the venue is designed with the greatest attention to provide the leading viewing experience for the audience. From the moment you enter the venue you fall under the spell of the refined interior, dim lights, clean sightlines and top-class customer service. What’s more, locals and visitors can enjoy tantalizing meals and drinks after the show, by making a stop at some of the finest restaurants and bars in New York located right around the corner. There’s only one way to explore all the marvelous offerings that go with your ticket - by clicking the Buy button and finding out for yourself.

New York City Ballet at David H. Koch Theater

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