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Inside the Repertory

  • Russell Janzen on GLASS PIECES

    As dancer Russell Janzen notes, Jerome Robbins’ Glass Pieces may be an abstract ballet with an experimental score by Phillip Glass, yet it’s also rooted in the real world, especially the feeling of driving, pulsing undercurrents found just by walking through New York City.

  • Ashley Bouder on THE FOUR SEASONS

    Ashley Bouder talks about combining humor with precise classical technique in Jerome Robbins' The Four Seasons.

  • Andrew Veyette on VESPRO

    Andrew Veyette takes a giant leap into the unknown and pushes his technique to the edge of impossibility in Mauro Bigonzetti's Vespro.

  • Tiler Peck on LES CARILLONS

    Tiler Peck (with special guest Cali) on what it's like to have a role made especially for her in Christopher Wheeldon's ballet, Les Carillons, which premiered in the 2012 winter season at NYCB's first ever All Wheeldon evening.

  • Marika Anderson on Balanchine's Swan Lake

    Marika Anderson talks about her childhood love of Tschaikovsky and the important role of the corps in Balanchine's one-act Swan Lake.

  • Sterling Hyltin on THE CONCERT

    Sterling Hyltin discusses what it takes to play the "mad ballerina" in Jerome Robbins' comic ballet about "the perils of everybody".