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Thursday January 25, 2018 7:30 PM

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With their fingers on the pulse of today, three of ballet’s freshest creators provide evidence of the art form’s continued evolution. A fall premiere precedes Preljocaj’s take on the Salem witch trials, complete with sounds of thunder and fire, then Peck presents the corps de ballet as an ever-changing kaleidoscope of visually arresting shapes.

Location:
David H. Koch Theater
Running Time:
2 hr 02 min

21ST CENTURY CHOREOGRAPHERS

  • The Wind Still Brings (New Walton/Schumacher)

    • Music by: William Walton
    • Choreography by: Troy Schumacher

    Recently noted by The New York Times Magazine for his “ability to follow experimental instincts while still creating coherent, formally inventive ballets,” Soloist Troy Schumacher’s third work for NYCB premiered at the Company’s 2017 Fall Gala.

  • Composer's Holiday (New Foss/Reisen)

    • Music by: Lukas Foss
    • Choreography by: Gianna Reisen

    After leaving a lasting impression on Peter Martins during two turns at the Company’s choreographic institute, School of American Ballet alum Gianna Reisen is taking her shot on the NYCB stage, making her the youngest choreographer to offer a piece to our storied repertory.

  • Spectral Evidence

    • Music by: John Cage
    • Choreography by: Angelin Preljocaj

    Set to a haunting John Cage score filled with sounds of thunder, fire, and breath, this impactful work inspired by the Salem witch trials features a cast of eight that utilizes simple yet versatile scenery pieces and concludes with a prickling finale.

  • Year of the Rabbit

    • Music by: Sufjan Stevens
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck

    Set to an orchestration of Sufjan Stevens’ 2001 electronica album Enjoy Your Rabbit, Justin Peck’s acclaimed Year of the Rabbit presents an ever-changing kaleidoscope of visually arresting shapes, weaving six featured dances into the corps de ballet.

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Performance Extras

  • Thursday, Jan 25, 2018 at 7:10 PM
    David H. Koch Theater
    First Position Discussions
    Free for all ticket holders, these informal discussions on the program begin 20 minutes before curtain on the right side of the Fourth Ring and during intermission/s.

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