New York City Ballet's energetic production of La Sylphide returns to whisk you away to the Scottish Highlands. August Bournonville's enduring classical story ballet has witches weaving spells and an enchanting forest spirit called The Sylph luring a young man from his betrothed. Considered by many to be the dance world's first Romantic masterpiece, the work premiered in Copenhagen in 1836 and remains one of the most beloved of all of Bournonville's works. See the story of passion and unrequited love unfold anew as NYCB brings La Sylphide back to David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center. This production also includes George Balanchine's staging of Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 2, an ebullient outpouring of classical virtuosity with tiaraed tiers of corps de ballet dancers.