As part of its great artistic tradition and cosmopolitan atmosphere, the city of New York is one of the cities of major importance when it comes to dance. This artistic expression has always been part of New York’s cultural personality, attracting dance lovers from all around the world.
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The city is home to some of the most famous dance organizations in the world, and since national and international companies make regular stops here on their tours, visitors could expect to enjoy a wide variety of dance performances all along the year.
Plenty of different dancing styles are displayed at the outstanding New York’s venues. There are different clubs and theatres that exhibit national and international spectacles on experimental and performance dance, street rhythms, Latin dance, modern dance and of course classical. Some of the most remarkable places to go are: the City Center and the Brooklyn academy of music for modern dance and the American Ballet Theatre, the Dance Theatre of Harlem and the New York City Ballet for classical dance.
Founded in 1948, the New York City Ballet is one of the most famous and prestigious ballet companies in the world. Hosted by the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts, the Ballet is formed by extremely talented dancers of all continents who make each of its spectacles a delight for those who love dance and a great experience for anyone who can appreciate art and talent.
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