Revisit the here and now festival bests!
Folllowing the Here And Now Festival in May 2017, this is another chance to experience a selection of the different pieces of work that captured audiences and critics alike. This four-part programme showcases the best of the previous festival for one night only at David Koch Theater, combining dark and witty, with new interpretations of classical ballet pieces.
Choreography by Benjamin Millepied
Music by Nico Muhly
Six dancers in incredibly detailed costumes take to the stage, designed by Iris Van Herpen. Stylish and dramatic, this is a perfect display of Millepied's avant-garde approach to choregraphy.
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 two million viewers when it premiered live on YouTube in 2011.
Music by Sufjan Stevens (Comissioned by New York City Ballet)
Choreography by Justin Peck
Indie stalwart Sufjan Stevens teams up with Justin Peck for their third collaboration, with his newest commissioned score for solo piano, created for this 10-dancer ensemble piece.
Namouna, A Grand Divertissement
Music by Edouard Lalo
Choreography by Alexei Ratmansky
Honored by the New York Times as the 'finest Russian choreographer since George Balanchine', Ratmansky has made a name for himself with his uniquely beautiful and refreshing re-stagings of well-known classics