Why See New York City Ballet: Here and Now No. 7?
Intense and unrestrained!
Drama and emotion converge in the seventh iteration of the Here/Now festival, with five ballets spanning three decades from the kinetic energy of Peter Martin's impressive Ash to the theatrical seduction of Sarah Burton's costumes for Liam Scarlett's turbulent Funerailles.
Choreographed by Peter Martins
Music by Torke
Martin's 1991 once piece is known for its display technical brilliance as ten dancers move to a frenetic tempo.
Choreographed by Liam Scarlett
Music by Liszt
Intense, highly theatrical and beautifully pitched, this alluring work draws much from it's sensational costumes by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen
Choreography by Troy Schumacher
Music by Ludwig-Leone
Color and texture combine in this whimsical and entertaining work that skillfully toes the line between wit and spontaneity.
Choreographed by Mauro Bigonzetti
Music by Moretti
Following the fortune of one who leaves their homeland for a new life, Oltremare is physical and intense as the dancers experience the sadness of separation and the hope for the future.
'Rode,o: Four Dance Episodes
Choreographed by Justin Peck
Music by Copland
Taking a cue from Aaron Copland's quintessential American Ballet Rodeo, Justin Peck makes magic with this plotless adaptation.
Opening night: 11 May 2017
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