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Masters at Work: Balanchine & Robbins II

APR 27, 28, 30 mat & eve

Refinement and Style Meet in Four Canonical Balanchine and Robbins Works

An enticingly varied program comprises essential works from the Company’s founding choreographers. The program opens with Balanchine’s Divertimento No. 15, the rare ballet he composed to a work by Mozart and a glittering display of pure classicism that has remained a favorite of both audiences and dancers. From Robbins comes his bewitching pas de deux Afternoon of a Faun, considered one of his greatest achievements despite its simplicity, followed by two more by Balanchine: Allegro Brillante, an exuberant Balanchine work for five couples showcasing an impressive range of choreographic development for a markedly brief ballet, and The Four Temperaments, an exemplar of the neoclassical style Balanchine defined with his Black & White ballets.

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