The New York City Ballet will return to its summer home, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, for four distinct programs over seven performances July 16 -20. The run will be highlighted by the story-ballet "Coppélia." Considered one of the greatest comedic ballets of the 19th Century, "Coppélia" premiered in Saratoga in 1974 and was co-commissioned by SPAC.
Sterling Hyltin is a dancer with the New York City Ballet. She will be performing in two dances during the season at SPAC: Varied Trio (in four) (Harrison/Frohlich) and Apollo (Stravinsky/Balanchine).