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New York City Ballet: 2 PROGRAMS - Works by Reisen, Balanchine & Robbins (Apr. 2, 3, 7) / New Works & New Productions (Apr. 4, 5, 6)

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - Sunday, April 7, 2019

Ballet

Featuring a roster of powerhouse dancers heralded for enriching repertory created by today’s top choreographers, New York City Ballet performs two programs of new and celebrated repertory.

On Sale: November 14, 2018

Members: November 5, 2018

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Price

$29.00 - $99.00

Run Time

Running Time: TBA

About

New York City Ballet
with the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra 

“The unequaled richness of City Ballet’s repertory becomes the envy of the world.”
—The New York Times

Reisen, Balanchine & Robbins (Apr. 2, 3 & 7)
Composer's Holiday (Foss/Reisen)
Kammermusik No. 2 (Hindemith/Balanchine)
Symphony in C (Bizet/Balanchine)
Opus 19/The Dreamer (Prokofiev/Robbins)
 
New Works & New Productions (Apr. 4, 5, 6m & 6e)
A Kennedy Center premiere by Justin Peck (Bernstein/Peck)
Something to Dance About (Bernstein/Carlyle)
In the Night (Chopin/Robbins)

Apr. 2, 3 & 7, explore a program blending masters of the past with bright lights of the future. Choreographer Gianna Reisen’s Composer’s Holiday is set to Lukas Foss’s Three American Pieces, for violin and piano. George Balanchine’s Kammermusik No. 2 echoes Hindemith’s modernist score with jagged lines and stylized gestures, while Symphony in C—his grand classical masterpiece performed to Bizet—dazzles with over 50 dancers. Set to Prokofiev’s feverish concerto, Jerome Robbins’s Opus 19/ The Dreamer follows a male protagonist on a journey to find his elusive counterpart.

Apr. 4–6, two Kennedy Center premieres, created for the centennial of Jerome Robbins, include a Justin Peck work set to the music of Leonard Bernstein, and Tony®-winning choreographer/director Warren Carlyle’s Something to Dance About, featuring notable dance sequences from On the Town, West Side Story, and more. Also by Robbins, In the Night features three couples of distinct personality set to four of Chopin’s elegant nocturnes. An additional work from the company’s 2018–2019 season will be announced at a later date.

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