Why See New York City Ballet: Here and Now No. 8?
COMPtempLETIVE and beautiful
A multilayered and pensive group of works will envelop the audience in this program that will ends with a brand new Justin Peck piece created in collaboration with indie folkster Sufjan Stevens, the duo's third for the company.
Slice to Sharp
Choreographed by Jorma Elo
Music by von Biber, Vivaldi
Baroque melody infuses beautifully with contemporary movement in this piece that sees eight dancers spin and soar, defying gravity with leaps and catches that make it a breathtaking watch for the viewer.
Choreographed by Lynne Taylor-Corbett
Music by Germiniani
Playing on the term used in painting, Chiaroscuro, meaning the intersection between light and dark, this piece is a highly electric tribute to Principal Dancer Jock Soto for whom it was created.
Choreographed by Peter Martins
Music by Pergolesi
A heartfelt score adds layers to this meditative work that shows finds the dancers weaving amongst ancient ruins.
Opening night: 12 May 2017
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