Swan Lake of Tchaikovsky.
I was executive director of a small regional dance company for seven years. The last five of those years we did The Nutcracker. I came to really the work.No matter how far away is Christmas and how many times I listen to The Nutcracker I never get bored.
Or, alternatively, explore it further by watching a performance with dancers on video/YouTube or wherever....Also until the "biggies" appeared in the late 19th c., a lot of ballet music was intentionally bland (and boring) so as not to upstage the dancers. If you find one of these, don't give up, but move on.
Ugh... ! correction, the original Nijinsky choreography is the ONLY acceptable choreography for Le Sacre du Printemps! I just saw a little bit of some really disgusting alternative choreography on YouTube. Nope, nope, nope! I backed out fast! Very, VERY BAD and gratuitous! Please stick with Nijinsky, lest you want to rot your brain and scar your eyes! I could just vomit! You have been warned!My first ballet I saw was Prokofiev's Cinderella. I'd probably recommend The Nutcracker for a first. But you must eventually try Le Sacre du Printemps! Preferably in the original choreography.