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Program

Visionary Voices

APR 22, 23 eve, 24, 29, MAY 1

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21-22 Season Packages On Sale Now. Single Tickets Available Summer 2021.

The State of the Art from a Broad Spectrum of Groundbreaking Perspectives

Fresh approaches to contemporary dance share the stage here. Two winter premieres return: Justin Peck’s newest work for the Company and Jamar Roberts’ first main stage NYCB commission, with a score by Kyle Preston, which premiered in February. Pam Tanowitz’s Gustave le Gray No. 1, set to a piano score from Caroline Shaw and hailed for its “wit and whimsy,” joins the repertory for the first time, featuring guest artists from the Dance Theatre of Harlem reprising their original roles. Alongside this NYCB debut, Tanowitz introduces her second commissioned main stage work for the Company: a world premiere set to Ted Hearne’s string score Law of Mosaics.

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