Angelin Preljocaj Returns to NYCB
03 Sep 2013 -- Every ballet has a different starting point, but the inspiration is
often music, a composition so compelling, haunting or unexpected
that the choreographer can’t get it out of his head—and doesn’t
want to try.
ABT: Then and Now
07 Aug 2013 -- Ballet is a tough profession, as everyone knows, and careers are short. And yet, when dancers start their careers, they cannot imagine life on the other side. Nor do they often give much thought to the dancers who came before them.
20 Jun 2013 -- The twenty-first of February was a big day at New York City Ballet. For those who happened to catch the performance of The Sleeping Beauty that evening, it was clear that something was up.
Esprit de Corps
07 Jun 2013 -- OK, picture this: Odette without her sister swans; Romeo and Juliet minus the sword-fighting townsmen; La Bayadère with its 24 perfectly synchronized Shades missing in action; Symphony in C forgoing its stage-swelling corps de ballet.
New York City Ballet’s 2013-2014 Season
30 May 2013 -- New York City Ballet’s 2013-14 Season at Lincoln Center will kick
off on September 17, 2013, featuring performances of 50 ballets
over the course of 21 weeks in celebration of New York City Ballet’s
50th anniversary at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Shostakovich and Ballet
20 May 2013 -- When the curtain rises at the end of this month on the three ballets set to the music
of Dmitri Shostakovich, choreographed by Alexei Ratmansky for American Ballet
Theatre, audiences are sure to gain a new understanding of this uniquely multifaceted
Live the Dream
10 May 2013 -- Join ballet star Sara Mearns as she steps into a
fantasy world created by Stravinsky, the Philharmonic,
and Giants Are Small. Mindy Aloff explores the aesthetics
behind this genre-bending production.