Next week will see the sixth and final week of programming of New York City Ballet’s six-week digital spring season.
On Tuesday 26 May at 8pm EDT, NYCB will release George Balanchine’s Donizetti Variations with Ashley Bouder and Andrew Veyette.
On Tuesday 5 May at 8pm (EDT), New York City Ballet will release George Balanchine’s Rubies, led by Megan Fairchild, Gonzalo Garcia, and Mira Nadon.
On Friday 8 May at 8pm (EDT), NYCB will release Alexei Ratmansky’s Concerto DSCH, featuring Sara Mearns, Tyler Angle, Ashley Bouder, Gonzalo Garcia, and Joaquin De Luz, and set to Dmitri Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No. 2.
The American Cancer Society – Our Mission is to Save Lives, Celebrate Lives and Lead the Fight for a World Without Cancer! – is staging its 7th Annual Dance Against Cancer. Erin Fogarty Bittner, who is the Programming Director at Manhattan Youth Ballet, and Daniel Ulbricht, Principal Dancer at New York City Ballet, who have […]
There is a rare opportunity to see Amedeo Amodio and Emanuele Luzzati’s glorious Nutcracker which has been dusted down and is ready to conqueror Italian ballet-goers once again. The famous production is from 1989, when Elisabetta Terabust and Vladimir Derevianko created the roles of Clara and Prince. At the Arcimboldi Theatre in Milan on 2 and […]
One of the most charming and winning productions of The Nutcracker seen in Italy during the last fifty years, was created for the relatively small company AterBalletto. The company is now known as a contemporary group (it was transformed as such by former Artistic Director Mauro Bigonzetti, whose works dominated its programming from 1997); however, […]
New York City Ballet Principal Dancers Ashley Bouder, Joaquin De Luz, Amar Ramasar and Andrew Veyette are joined by company dancers Emilie Gerrity, Joseph Gordon, Spartak Hoxha, Alexa Maxwell and Indiana Woodward for a Gala performance in Rome. On 8 March in the Santa Cecilia Hall in Rome’s modern arts complex, the Auditorium Parco della […]
Just over a year ago the New York Times ran an article about Twittering ballet dancers. From London to San Francisco, Moscow to Sydney, we’re hearing about muscles and meals, seeing snaps of dressing rooms and sharing in the interval gossip. Making them human? Well, I don’t think anyone has doubted that during recent years. […]
Everyone has bad hair days, but just consider the plight of the ballerina: her locks are teased, sprayed and shellacked into submission. For dancers split ends or an unruly cowlick are first-world problems. What about receding hairlines caused by scraping the hair, day in and day out, into a bun? “Your teachers say that they […]
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