Get All Your Pointe Shoe Questions Answered at School at Steps’ Workshop

Even if you’ve been wearing pointe shoes for years, chances are you have some questions. There are so many variables at play when it comes to finding the right shoe and making sure you’re training safely. The School at Steps has got you covered. Next Sunday, April 30, they’ll host The Pointe Shoe Workshop &More »

Watch NYCB Perform in Paris, Tonight on PBS

When New York City Ballet went on a three-week tour to Paris last summer, we wished we could tag along. The company presented 20 ballets at the historic Théâtre du Châtelet, including 14 by Balanchine. Thanks to PBS and their Great Performances series, you can now get a taste of what it was like toMore »

Boston Ballet Trainee Receives a Princess Grace Award

Every year, the Princess Grace Foundation-USA recognizes a group of exceptional dancers and choreographers with scholarships, apprenticeships and fellowships—and gets us excited about emerging talent to watch. The 2016 Princess Grace Award winners, announced this week, are no exception. Fifteen-year-old Tyson Ali Clark, a trainee at Boston Ballet School, is one of the dance recipientsMore »

Daniel Ulbricht and Friends Rally to Fight Cancer

  Six years ago, New York City Ballet principal Daniel Ulbricht and Erin Fogarty, director of programming at Manhattan Youth Ballet, teamed up to create Dance Against Cancer. The annual benefit for the American Cancer Society brings together ballet, modern and Broadway dancers, with every performer donating their own time. Pointe spoke with Ulbricht before this year’s event, Apr. 25 atMore »

The Jazzy Virtuoso

Carefree and confident, New York City Ballet’s Tiler Peck lights up the stage in “Fascinatin’ Rhythm,” one of the principal solos in Balanchine’s Who Cares? “It’s one of my favorites,” she says. “Every time I perform it, I feel like I’m doing it for the first time.” Choreographed for Patricia McBride in 1970, “Fascinatin’ Rhythm”More »

Go Behind the Scenes at Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild’s Wedding

You probably remember that New York City Ballet principals Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild got married earlier this year. They’re two of the ballet world’s most capable artists, and their courtship has traced the path of their careers: growing up together as dancers, dating on and off, getting promoted through the company and finally getting married.

Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild Tackle Taylor

It’s safe to say that Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild aren’t your average ballet dancers. Over the past few years, the New York City Ballet principals have collaborated with the likes of contemporary choreographer Larry Keigwin and jookin star Lil Buck, and both appeared in the New York Philharmonic’s presentation of the classic musical Carousel. They not only seem to be everywhere, all the time, but also to be unfazed by any style or setting.

Ballet’s Biggest Power Couple: Robert Fairchild & Tiler Peck

Robert Fairchild, we are more than happy to show you our love. The New York City Ballet principal appears in Vanity Fair‘s October issue with his fiancée, Tiler Peck. There are two gorgeous photographs by Bruce Weber, but our favorite is this one (right), where Fairchild’s wearing a shirt that asks, “Show Me Your Love.”

 

Watch Tiler and Robbie in the Studio

Tiler Peck and Robert Farichild are making a special guest appearance in the New York Philharmonic’s presentation of Carousel this weekend. To build anticipation, the company just posted some footage of the dancers rehearsing in the studio with choreographer Warren Carlyle. It’s amazing to watch how quickly and fully Peck transforms into her character. Check it out here.