Spring 2019: Join us in New York


Works & Process at the Guggenheim
The Washington Ballet: Julie Kent with Dana Genshaft and Ethan Stiefel
Sunday and Monday, March 10 and 11, 7:30PM


The Washington Ballet artistic director Julie Kent, a continual champion of new choreography, discusses newly commissioned work with choreographers Dana Genshaft and Ethan Steifel. Company dancers perform exclusive highlights prior to their April 3 opening of Three World Premieres in Washington, DC.

Works & Process at the Guggenheim is a performing arts series unlike any other, allowing you to see, hear, and meet artists in a unique and intimate setting, the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Peter B. Lewis Theater. Exploring artistic creation through stimulating conversations and performances, Works & Process programs champion new works and offer unprecedented access to the world’s leading creators and performers.

At the Joyce Theater for the Merce Cunningham Centennial
April 17-21


The Joyce celebrates the centenary of Merce Cunningham, “one of the great iconoclasts in 20th-century art” (The New York Times), who would have turned 100 this year. Three superb companies perform masterworks from the artist’s vast repertory, each danced to live music. COMPAGNIE CNDC-ANGERS/ROBERT SWINSTON presents Suite for Five, with its quiet unmoving center; Ballet West dances the classic Summerspace, which evokes enormous landscapes filled with motion; and The Washington Ballet returns with Duets, a sophisticated and abstract work for six couples.

Booking Information

The Washington Ballet Company may be booked for engagements, performances, festivals or special events. The Company is self-contained with a lighting package, dance floor and professional artistic and production staff ready to ensure a successful event. Full marketing, technical and audience development support services are available for bookings.

For tour and booking information:

Andrés Holder
General Manager
202.362.3606 x124

Back to Top