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Wednesday October 15, 2014 7:30 PM

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Six contemporary dance makers take the stage in a program featuring an equally differing array of styles.

  • Location:

  • David H. Koch Theater
  • Running Time:

  • 2 Hr. 10 Min.

21ST CENTURY CHOREOGRAPHERS II

  • Clearing Dawn

    • Music by: Judd Greenstein
    • Choreography by: Troy Schumacher
    • Principal Casting:
      September 23, October 2, 7, 9, 11 Eve, 15Ashley Bouder*, Teresa Reichlen*, Claire Kretzschmar*, Georgina Pazcoguin*, Andrew Veyette*, David Prottas* (*first time in role)

    NYCB's own Troy Schumacher, whose own BalletCollective was recently deemed a "real discovery" by The New York Times, creates his first work for the Company’s main stage.

  • Funérailles

    • Music by: Franz Liszt
    • Choreography by: Liam Scarlett
    • Principal Casting:
      September 23 , October 2, 7, 9: Tiler Peck*, Robert Fairchild* (*first time in role)
      October 11 Eve, 15: Gretchen Smith*, Zachary Catazaro* (*first time in role)

    Following Winter 2014’s Acheron, Scarlett premieres his second work for the Company in just one year.

  • Varied Trio (in four) (New York Premiere)

    • Music by: Lou Harrison
    • Choreography by: Jean-Pierre Frohlich
    • Principal Casting:
      October 15: Sterling Hyltin*, Amar Ramasar* (*first time in role)

    A collection of short dances for a single couple choreographed by Ballet Master and former Soloist Jean-Pierre Frohlich, Varied Trio makes its New York premiere.

  • After the Rain Pas de Deux

    • Music by: Arvo Pärt
    • Choreography by: Christopher Wheeldon
    • Principal Casting:
      October 8, 11 Mat, 14, 15, 17, 18: Wendy Whelan, Craig Hall

    Wheeldon’s landmark After the Rain pas de deux is full of heartfelt emotion that leaves audiences in awe.

  • Todo Buenos Aires

    • Music by: Astor Piazzolla
    • Choreography by: Peter Martins
    • Principal Casting:
      October 15: Joaquin De Luz, Ashley Laracey, Maria Kowroski, Amar Ramasar, Jared Angle, Adrian Danchig-Waring, Ask la Cour

    Set in the seductive twilight of an Argentinean evening, Todo Buenos Aires puts the tango on pointe while maintaining its sultry heat and rhythmic beat.
     

  • In Creases

    • Music by: Philip Glass
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck
    • Principal Casting:
      October 15: Emilie Gerrity, Brittany Pollack, Sara Adams, Gretchen Smith, David Prottas*, Taylor Stanley, Daniel Applebaum, Sean Suozzi (*first time in role)

    Like a puzzle of shifting shapes and formations, Peck's first ballet for the Company showcases his keen eye for manipulating bodies to form complex geometric structures and unique patterns.

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