2013 Tour: SF Ballet in New York!


SF Ballet returns to New York after five years — with eight NY premieres including Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella



Get ready NYC: we’re coming to New York’s Lincoln Center at the David H. Koch Theater from October 16 to 27, 2013!

From October 16-20, we’ll be presenting a variety of mixed-bill programs, with works by Edwaard Liang, Serge Lifar, Wayne McGregor, Mark Morris, Alexei Ratmansky, Helgi Tomasson, Yuri Possokhov, and Christopher Wheeldon.

From October 23-27, we’re unveiling the New York premiere of Wheeldon’s lavish new full-length ballet Cinderella — which completely sold out during its run here in San Francisco!

That line-up in full:


David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, New York
October 16-27, 2013

Program A—October 16 & 19, 8 pm

Trio* (Tomasson)
Ghosts* (Wheeldon)
Borderlands* (McGregor)

Program B—October 19, 2 pm

Trio (Tomasson)
Ghosts (Wheeldon)
Suite en Blanc (Lifar)

Program C—October 17 & 18, 8 pm

From Foreign Lands* (Ratmansky)
Beaux* (Morris)
Classical Symphony* (Possokhov)
Symphonic Dances* (Liang)

Program D—October 20, 2 pm

Suite en Blanc (Lifar)
From Foreign Lands (Ratmansky)
Symphonic Dances (Liang)

Cinderella—October 23, 24, 25 & 26 at 8 pm; October 26 & 27 at 2 pm

Cinderella* (Wheeldon)

*New York Premiere


How to buy your tickets:

Two special pre-sale offers are available online, at Audience Rewards and beginning May 30, at Travelzoo. Tickets will be available to the general public starting June 10 by visiting our website or calling 212.496.0600.


Will you come to see us in NYC? Tell us in the comments!



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