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New York City Ballet: Here and Now No. 4

Closed May 9, 2017

A celebration of the weird and wonderful.

Why See New York City Ballet: Here and Now No. 4?

drama on the dancefloor!

The New York City Ballet continue their Here/Now Festival apace with this avant-garde program featuring some truly stunning and thought-provoking works from Benjamin Millepied, Nicolas Blanc, Angelin Preljocaj and a brand new piece from company wunderkind Justin Peck.

Program

Neverwhere
Choreography by Benjamin Millepied
Music by Nico Muhly
6 dancers take to the stage in incredibly detailed costumes from Iris Van Herpen. Stylish and dramatic, this is a perfect display of Millepied's approach to choregraphy.

Mothership
Choreography by Nicolas Blanc
Music by Mason Bates
Blanc's first work for the company, this kinetic work comprises of a startling eletro-acoustic score and won over 2 million viewers when it premiered live on YouTube in 2011.

Spectral Evidence
Choreography by Angelin Preljocaj
Music by John Cage
The Salem Witch trials inspire this haunting work, as the dancers writhe over a jutting score from John Cage, including sounds of thunder, devastating fired and even breath.

New Peck 3
Choreography by Justin Peck, details TBC

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Opening night: 5 May 2017

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