Taylor Stanley debuts in "Apollo" with from left, Tiler Peck, Indiana Woodward, Brittany Pollack, choreography © The George Balanchine Trust. New York City Ballet Tuesday, January 22, 2019, 7pm, David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center. Credit Photo: Erin Baiano

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New York City Ballet’s six-week digital spring season launched on Tuesday, April 21, the date that would have been the opening night of the Company’s now cancelled 2020 Spring Season. The digital season will offer six weeks of all-new content, six days a week, Monday through Saturday, through May 30. In addition to releases of ballet performances on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8pm (EDT), NYCB will also release new episodes of “City Ballet The Podcast” and offer two series of educational workshops—Ballet Essentials, for all ages, and Ballet Breaks, for children ages 3 to 8. On Wednesdays, a series of ballet-inspired movement classes will be taught by NYCB Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan, called Wednesday with Wendy. All online content will be available for free on several of NYCB’s digital platforms.

To learn more about the artistic leadership at NYCB watch our profile on Wendy Whelan and Jonathan Stafford.