Choreography by: Ulysses Dove
Music by: Richard Einhorn
A dynamically charged, abstract work, Red Angels highlights the power and athleticism of its four dancers through bold choreography, intense lighting, and a riveting score for electric violin.
Created for New York City Ballet’s Diamond Project in 1994, Red Angels was the first work created for NYCB by the late choreographer Ulysses Dove. An abstract work for four dancers, Red Angels is set to Richard Einhorn’s "Maxwell’s Demon", a solo for electric violin performed by innovative American violinist Mary Rowell.