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New York City Ballet: Rodgers' Broadway To Ballet

Closed February 26, 2017

"If a composer is to reach his audience emotionally - and surely that's what theatre music is all about - he must reach the people through sounds they can relate to."

Richard Rodgers

Why See New York City Ballet: Rodgers' Broadway To Ballet?

Celebration of a pioneer

Fall for the magic of Broadway and under the spell of iconic composer Richard Rodgers in this three piece program honoring what would have been his 115th birthday. A powerhouse of the early days of musical theatre, Rodgers defined the genre with delightfully witty and romantic scores, taking the audience on madcap adventures full of daring feats, glamorous cafes and of course, unforgettable love stories. This triple bill sees works created in response from Christopher Wheeldon, Peter Martins and of course, NYCB patriarch George Balanchine.

Program

Carosel (A Dance)
Wheeldon

Thou Swell
Martins

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue
Balanchine

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Opening night: 22 February 2017

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