Dance and design are again united for the fall gala, which features three world premieres created by choreographers in close collaboration with some of fashion’s brightest lights. This year the renowned choreographers Matthew Neenan and Kyle Abraham will create their first ballets for NYCB, while Gianna Reisen, who in Fall 2017 became the youngest to ever create a ballet for the Company, returns with her second offering. Also appearing at subsequent performances of the program is Mauro Bigonzetti's brooding, shadow-strewn In Vento, commissioned by the Company in 2006.
- Choreography by: Matthew Neenan
Choreographer in Residence of the Pennsylvania Ballet and Co-Founder of Philadelphia’s BalletX, Matthew Neenan’s first NYCB work will be set to music for string quartet by Antonín Dvořák.
- Music by: Bruno Moretti
- Choreography by: Mauro Bigonzetti
Set to a commissioned score by Bruno Moretti, In Vento is brooding and evocative.
- Choreography by: Kyle Abraham
Choreographer and founder of the acclaimed modern dance company A.I.M. ( formerly known as Abraham.In.Motion), Kyle Abraham will create his first-ever work for a ballet company.
- Choreography by: Gianna Reisen
After impressing audiences with 2017’s Composer’s Holiday, Gianna Reisen’s second ballet for NYCB will be set to excerpts from John Adams’ composition John’s Book of Alleged Dances.