Why See New York City Ballet - Classic NYCB?
The NYCB shows its range
Another round of pieces from the New York City Ballet's archives, the Classic NYCB program is a chance to reinvigorate the company's enviable repertoire, whilst presenting newer works that will no doubt be considered classics themselves in time.
Acrobatic and illustrative of choreographer Mauro Bigonzetti's dynamic style, nifty steps and athleticism couple with Bruno Moretti's score to create a watchable contemporary piece.
After the Rain Pas de Deux
Profound and imbued with emotion, Christopher Wheeldon and Arvo Part's abstract work will move and amaze in equal measures.
Variations Pour une Porte et un Soupir
George Balancine utilizes Pierre Henry's ingenious piece for this avant garde story of the Door and the Sigh, with the score comprised of sounds associated with human sighs and creaky doors.
The neoclassical style of Stravinsky's composition for piano and violin provides the perfect score to Balanchine's spirited dance for two.
The Times are Racing
An exciting and buzzy sneaker ballet from Justin Peck with score by Dan Deacon, this 2017 piece is throughly modern and totally irresistible.
Opening night: 6 February 2019
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