Why See New York City Ballet: Here and Now No. 10?
The final Here/Now
The last in New York City Ballet's Here/Now festival revisits two of the season's most anticipated premieres: new works from Pontus Lidberg and Annabel Lopez Ochoa, alongside the drama of Kim Brandstrup's Jeux and the intricacy of Peter Martin's Fearful Symmetries.
Choreographed by Pontus Lidberg
Usually working with emotional complexities and the intersection between psychology, this is Swedish choreographer's first work for the company.
Choreographed by Lopez Ochoa
Music by Boccherini, Elgar, Vasks
Premiering back in Fall 2016, this second new work is Ochoa's first and eagerly awaited piece for the NYCB.
Choreographed by Kim Brandstrup
Music by Debussy
A ballerina dances blindfolded in this film noir inspired piece that brings the style and drama apace with a classical score.
Choreographed by Peter Martins
Music by Adams
Constantly in motion, this perfectly pitched piece plays with detail and aerobic pace as the ruby clad dancers take on the pulsing score.
Opening night: 17 May 2017
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