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Lincoln Center, 70 West 63rd Street, New York, NY 10023
Formerly New York State Theater
18 Jan - 5 Feb 2017
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Please note - this is the Winter 2017 presentation. Click here to buy tickets for the Spring recital.
NYCB present another not-to-be-missed tribute to their legendary patriarch. With both Winter 2016 and Spring 2017's programs containing three of Balanchine's works, including the monumental spectacle of Swan Lake, these presentations will be a sure treat for fans of the man or his beloved company.
Deemed as 'everything I know about classical ballet in 13 minutes' by the man himself, this jubilant piece is a concentrated exploration of Russian romanticism, displaying immense knowledge of classical technique to Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 3.
One for purists, this one act revision of the age-old ballet pours new intensity and mastery into the story. Full of drama, passion and thrilling supernatural romance, this icy piece is one of the choreographers defining moments.
The Four Temperaments
Based on the ancient theory that the 'four humours': melancholic, sanguinic, phlegmatic, and choleric dictate both our psychological and physical attributes, this thoughtful ballet is a wonderfully choreographed piece, with a classical grounding against modern technique.
Opening night: 18 January 2017
Booking through until: 5 February 2017
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