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New York City Center’s Fall for Dance Festival has received international acclaim for its quality, innovation, and success in introducing new and younger audiences to the world of dance. Since its inception eleven years ago, Fall for Dance has presented nearly 200 companies and artists, and has introduced more than 290,000 newcomers and dance enthusiasts to an eclectic mix of choreographers and performers.
The 13th annual Fall for Dance Festival will feature three world premieres and a more international slate of companies than ever before. Tickets will go on sale on September 10 at 11am, and the Festival will run from September 26 – October 8, 2016. Click here for details.
To view past Fall for Dance participants, click a poster below.
The Fall for Dance Patrons Committee was created to provide dance lovers with a fantastic behind-the-scenes look at this remarkable event, while helping to underwrite the Festival’s low ticket price. Fall for Dance Patrons Committee members enjoy a wealth of benefits during the Festival and throughout the year, and have the opportunity to watch dress rehearsals, and meet choreographers and dance professionals. They also have access to house seating throughout the Festival and receive invitations to the Festival’s Opening Night Celebration.
As honorary members of City Center’s President’s Council, Committee members receive access to house seats for all of City Center’s engagements throughout the season and invitations to intimate dinners and events at City Center during the year. Committee membership begins at $2500. For more information or to join, please call Brent Radeke, Assistant Director of Individual Giving, at 212.763.1294.
Jody and John Arnhold
Perry and Marty Granoff
Caroline Howard Hyman
Support for New Dance Commissions is provided by
Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation
2015–2016 Dance Season Sponsor
Barbara and David Zalaznick
Leadership Support for Dance at City Center provided by
Support for the Artistic Innovation Fund provided by
Lisa and Richard Witten