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2018 | October
The George Balanchine Foundation issues a new archival video. Jacques d'Amboise, the widely celebrated former principal dancer with New York City Ballet, coaches defining role of Apollo. Read the full press release »

2018 | May
Patricia Wilde and Robert Barnett to tape video series for The George Balanchine Foundation Video Archives. Wilde, New York City Ballet principal dancer (1950-1965) and Barnett, NYCB soloist (1949-1958) will coach principal roles in Western Symphony and Bourrée Fantasque. Read the full press release »

2018 | February
Patricia McBride to tape video series for the George Balanchine Foundation. Former New York City Ballet Principal Dancer to coach Tarantella, choreographed on her and Edward Villella by George Balanchine Read the full press release »

2017 | October
The George Balanchine Foundation issues six new archival videos. Videos feature Sonatine and excerpts from Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No.2, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Who Cares?( two videos), and Prodigal Son, coached by dancers who originated or were major interpreters of these roles Read the full press release »

2017 | March
Patricia McBride to tape video series for the George Balanchine Foundation Video Archives. Long-time principal dancer with New York City Ballet to coach excerpts from "Rubies" from Jewels Read the full press release »

2017 | March
Patricia Wilde to tape video series for the George Balanchine Foundation. Wilde, a celebrated principal dancer with New York City Ballet from 1950 to 1965, will coach three soloist roles choreographed on her by Balanchine in Caracole, Scotch Symphony, and Swan Lake. Read the full press release »

2017 | January
Edward Villella and Mimi Paul to record video series for the George Balanchine Foundation. Former NYCB principal dancers will coach the Japanese-inspired Bugaku Read the full press release »


Photo, top: Apollo NYCB (Suzanne Farrell and Ib Andersen)
Credit: Steven Caras
Choreography by George Balanchine © The George Balanchine Trust

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