Anatomy of a Dance: Anthony Huxley on Belles-Lettres
Anthony Huxley talks about the liberation he experiences while dancing in Belles-Lettres, which showcases Peck’s unique familiarity with Huxley’s strengths—they’ve known each other since they were students in the School of American Ballet together.
Anatomy of a Dance: Lauren Lovette on Voices
Lauren Lovette gives insight into the character in her variation in Alexei Ratmansky's Voices that's inspired by the emotion in the 'voice' underpinning Peter Ablinger's score, Japanese actress Setsuko Hara.
Anatomy of a Dance: Ashley Bouder on Donizetti Variations
Ashley Bouder reveals all the things she loves about her absolute favorite role to perform – Balanchine's Donizetti Variations.
Anatomy of a Dance: Erica Pereira on Divertimento from 'Le Baiser de la Fée'
Erica Pereira reveals some of the special details and technicalities of the tricky partnering in Balanchine's choreography to Stravinsky's lyrical score in Divertimento from 'Le Baiser de la Fée'.
Anatomy of a Dance: Emma Von Enck on Composer's Holiday
Dancer Emma Von Enck reveals what it's like to dance a prominent featured role as a first year corps de ballet member in a ballet created by the youngest choreographer in NYCB history, Gianna Reisen.
Anatomy of a Dance: Sara Mearns on Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet
Sara Mearns discusses the boisterous fourth movement of Balanchine's Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet and the thrill of recognizing her unique take on the role she first fell in love with as a member of the Corps.