National Ballet of China Tickets

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Wednesday
Jul 08, 2015
8:00PM
National Ballet of China: The Peony PavilionNew York, NY
David H. Koch Theater (formerly New York State Theater)
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Thursday
Jul 09, 2015
7:30PM
National Ballet of China: The Peony PavilionNew York, NY
David H. Koch Theater (formerly New York State Theater)
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Friday
Jul 10, 2015
7:30PM
National Ballet of China: The Peony PavilionNew York, NY
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Saturday
Jul 11, 2015
8:00PM
National Ballet of China: The Red Detachment of WomenNew York, NY
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Sunday
Jul 12, 2015
2:00PM
National Ballet of China: The Red Detachment of WomenNew York, NY
David H. Koch Theater (formerly New York State Theater)
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Tuesday
Jul 14, 2015
8:30PM
National Ballet of China: The Peony PavilionVienna, VA
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National Ballet of China Tickets

A classic form of dance, ballet combines elements of theater and music. Ballet dancers often use a technique called "en pointe," which is French for "dancing on the tips of your toes." After originating during the Renaissance, this dance style became popular in Russia and France. Today, audiences all over the world admire ballerinas and shows like National Ballet of China.

There are three common kinds of ballet: classical, contemporary, and neoclassical. Audiences love the graceful movements, and ensembles like the New York City Ballet frequently hold sold-out performances. Among the most popular productions are Swan Lake and The Nutcracker, composed by Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Enjoy a breathtaking performance with National Ballet of China tickets!

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