Pacific Northwest Ballet's Upcoming Live Stream

Pacific Northwest Ballet is touring to NYC, with performances at City Center February 24–27. If you're a PNW resident who can't live without your home team, or a just a PNB fan who can't make it to NYC or Seattle to see the company, tune in to a live-streamed rehearsal on February 19.

(Photo via PNB)

The next few weeks will bring a ton of ballet to NYC, with companies ranging from Les Ballet de Monte Carlo to Pennsylvania Ballet—and more. Maybe the other companies will take a leaf out of PNB's book and stream their rehearsals too? If World Ballet Day is any indication, there are tons of ballet fans around the world waiting for a chance to catch their favorite companies online.

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