Why See New York City Ballet: Classic NYCB I?
An exciting compilation of Powerful Pieces
The New York City Ballet's first Classic series includes two dynamic and mesmerising shows from founding choreographer George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins' trailblazing Moves and a marvellous foray into the world of August Bournoneville.
Tchaikovsky Pas De DeuxA short burst of kinetic energy described as "an adrenaline rush for both dancers and audiences". Based on the famous Black Swan Pas De Deux, it's a thrilling eight-minute display of masterful technique and technical brilliance.
Symphony in Three MovementsFeaturing a large ensemble group of dancers, the piece was choreographed by Balanchine when his friend Stravinsky put the jazz-tinged score forward. It is a fervent, angular and dauntless feast for the eyes and ears!
MovesThe legendary Jerome Robbins' groundbreaking work set to silence.
Bournonville DivertissementsA vibrant selection of dances from ballet master August Bournonville's repertoire.
Opening night: 22 April 2016
Suitable for audiences of all ages
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