Нью-Йорк диджитал спринг: хореография 21 века



For the grand finale of our Digital Spring Season, we bring you an array of works from some of the dance world's most unique choreographic voices, all created for the dancers of New York City Ballet. We kick things off with the colorful and upbeat Easy, Justin Peck's 2018 work celebrating the centenaries of two giants of 20th Century art: Jerome Robbins and Leonard Bernstein, featuring Preston Chamblee, Harrison Coll, Claire Kretzschmar, Unity Phelan, Sean Suozzi, and Indiana Woodward with clarinet soloist Steven Hartman and the New York City Ballet Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Litton. Next up, an excerpt from Pam Tanowitz's innovative and shimmering 2019 Bartók Ballet, featuring Indiana Woodward and the FLUX Quartet, guest musicians. An excerpt from Alexei Ratmansky's most recent addition to the NYCB repertory from earlier this year, Voices, follows – featuring Lauren Lovette, with Adrian Danchig-Waring, Joseph Gordon, Ask La Cour, Roman Mejia, and Andrew Veyette, with piano soloist Stephen Gosling performing Peter Ablinger's unique score. It's a quick change of mood with the youthful verve of Gianna Reisen's Composer's Holiday, set to a bubbling score by Lukas Foss, featuring Christina Clark, Emma Von Enck, Gilbert Bolden III, and Roman Mejia, with violinist Arturo Delmoni and pianist Susan Walters. A stunning solo moment for Taylor Stanley from Kyle Abraham's The Runaway is next, featuring solo pianist Nancy McDill performing the Nico Muhly score. Next, Justin Peck performs in his own creation, The Times Are Racing, with former Principal Dancer Robert Fairchild, to Dan Deacon's pulsing score. And finally, to close out the program, a rousing moment from Mauro Bigonzetti's Oltremare, set to a commissioned score by his long-time collaborator Bruno Moretti and featuring Maria Kowroski, Brittany Pollack, Tyler Angle, and Peter Walker with the New York City Ballet Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Litton. All excerpts on this program except The Runaway and Oltremare were recorded at the world premiere performances of these ballets. Thank you for tuning in to our Digital Spring Season, and we hope that if you enjoyed these programs that you’ll consider a donation to New York City Ballet's Relief Fund. Contribute here, visit https://www.nycballet.com/donate, or text BALLET to 31996. We'd love to hear your thoughts on our six weeks of digital programming. Share your feedback in our survey: https://nycbdigital.questionpro.com TRAVELERS IS THE GLOBAL SPONSOR OF NEW YORK CITY BALLET MASTERCARD IS THE PREFERRED CARD AND A GENEROUS SPONSOR OF NEW YORK CITY BALLET For Easy Prelude, Fugue and Riffs by Leonard Bernstein, arranged for orchestra by Lukas Foss. By arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent for Leonard Bernstein Music Publishing Company LLC, publisher and copyright owner. For Bartók Ballet String Quartet No. 5 used by arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc, publisher and copyright owner.


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