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SUNDAYARTS VIDEO : Dance

This Week at Lincoln Center New York City Ballet begins its winter season with an all-Balanchine program in celebration of the choreographer’s birthday.

This Week at Lincoln Center, George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker” begins the holiday season for the New York City Ballet.

This week at Lincoln Center, Sir Paul McCartney collaborates with New York City Ballet Master-in-Chief Peter Martins on “Ocean’s Kingdom.”

The New York City Ballet recently began its fall season. The company is made up of 90 dancers who are ranked by group -- the highest being a principal dancer. In this profile, SundayArts speaks to Principal Dancer Sara Mearns.

Lincoln Center Out of Doors has its final week of free public programming and stimulating visuals and sounds are at the forefront.

The New York City Ballet presents a tribute to Broadway, including George Balanchine's "Slaughter on 10th Ave," Susan Stroman's "For the Love of Duke," and more.

New York City Ballet kicks off its spring season with Balanchine Black & White Week at the David H. Koch Theater.

Often times the myth is that what male dancers do is easy. In this SundayArts Profile, the men of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater introduce themselves and dispel that notion.

SundayArts speaks to choreographer Bill T. Jones and associate artistic director Janet Wong about their new multimedia production, Fondly Do We Hope… Fervently Do We Pray.

Philippe de Montebello sits down with Peter Martins, Ballet Master-in-Chief of the New York City Ballet, to discuss his groundbreaking season of seven new works.

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