Why See New York City Ballet: New Combinations?
NYCB Founder George Balanchine once said, "There are no new steps, only new combinations," and each year NYCB pays allegiance to that testimony with a world premiere. Accompanying the stage with his new work are Martins' The Red Violin, and Ratmansky's critically-acclaimed first NYCB ballet, Russian Seasons.
The Red Violin
Music by: John Carigliano
Choreography by: Peter Martins
Set to music arranged as a Concerto for Violin and Orchestra from the 1998 film by the same name,The Red Violin complements a score that is at turns faint or frenzied.
Choreography by: Peter Walker
Corps de Ballet Member Peter Walker will premiere his second work for NYCB on the annual New Combinations program.
Music by: Leonid Desyatnikov
Choreography by: Alexei Ratmansky
Multi-heud ballet that embraces life's most important moments with its vivid and compelling humanity.
Opening night: 1 February 2018
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