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Friday October 17, 2014 8:00 PM

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A diverse selection to satisfy every desire, classics by Balanchine and Robbins share the stage with two ballets from the new generation.

  • Location:

  • David H. Koch Theater
  • Running Time:

  • 2 Hr. 25 Min.


  • Chaconne

    • Music by: Christoph Willibald Gluck
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine
    • Principal Casting:
      October 8: Maria Kowroski, Tyler Angle, Erica Pereira, Antonio Carmena, Gwyneth Muller, Gretchen Smith*, Andrew Scordato, Alina Dronova, Lydia Wellington*, Daniel Applebaum, Megan Johnson*, Allen Peiffer (*first time in role)
      October 11 mat: Sara Mearns*, Russell Janzen*, Erica Pereira, Antonio Carmena, Gwyneth Muller, Gretchen Smith, Andrew Scordato, Alina Dronova, Lydia Wellington, Daniel Applebaum, Megan Johnson, Allen Peiffer (*first time in role)

    Chaconne is by turns elegiac and courtly, beginning with a dreamlike prologue and concluding with a grand series of classical dances.

  • Interplay

    • Music by: Morton Gould
    • Choreography by: Jerome Robbins
    • Principal Casting:
      October 8, 11 mat: Lauren Lovette, Kristen Segin, Sara Adams, Indiana Woodward, Chase Finlay, Joseph Gordon, Harrison Ball, Sebastian Villarini-Velez* (*first time in role)

    Interplay’s young dancers take part in lighthearted competition as they revel in the exuberant yet cool melodies of the ballet’s jazz-infused score.

  • After the Rain Pas de Deux

    • Music by: Arvo Pärt
    • Choreography by: Christopher Wheeldon
    • Principal Casting:
      October 8, 11 mat: Wendy Whelan, Craig Hall

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

  • Everywhere We Go

    • Music by: Sufjan Stevens
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck
    • Principal Casting:
      October 8, 11 mat: Rebecca Krohn*, Ashly Isaacs*, Sterling Hyltin, Teresa Reichlen, Adrian Danchig-Waring*, Amar Ramasar, Andrew Veyette (*first time in role)

    Highlighted by Peck's distinctive use of the corps de ballet, the bracing Everywhere We Go features 25 dancers in a nine-part exploration of Sufjan Stevens' cinematic score, the indie-pop icon's first original orchestral work.

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