Wednesday, March 13, 2013

New York City Ballet at the Kennedy Center

New York City Ballet
Two thrilling mixed programs
The Kennedy Center 

March 26-31 | Opera House :

"An impressive new generations of dancers" --The New York Times

From Tchaikovsky to Richard Rodgers, New York City Ballet brings two mixed repertory programs danced to your favorite music.

New York City Ballet

“You could feel the many ways Balanchine choreography intensifies the Tchaikovsky experience.” —The New York Times

One of the world's foremost dance companies, New York City Ballet performs two signature mixed repertory programs with the New York City Ballet Orchestra.

Its all-Balanchine, all-Tchaikovsky program features works performed during the company's recent Tchaikovsky Celebration at Lincoln Center: Swan Lake, Allegro Brillante, and Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3.

The second program features Balanchine's glorious Vienna Waltzes, Christopher Wheeldon's salute to Richard Rodgers's Carousel, and Jerome Robbins's Glass Pieces, set to the music of minimalist composer Philip Glass.

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