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Friday May 10, 2019 8:00 PM

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Works by our Founding Choreographer and our current Resident Choreographer come together for the first time in a single program. Balanchine’s electrifying Symphony in Three Movements, danced to the Stravinsky composition of the title, is book ended by two Peck works, a winter premiere featuring music by Sufjan Stevens and the propulsive The Times Are Racing, an instant audience favorite at its 2017 debut.

Location:
David H. Koch Theater
Running Time:
1 hr. 59 min.

BALANCHINE MEETS PECK

  • Principia (New Peck 1)

    • Music by: Sufjan Stevens, orchestrated by Timo Andres
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck
    • Principal Casting: MAY 10: Claire Kretzschmar, Brittany Pollack, Indiana Woodward*, Roman Mejia, Taylor Stanley, Daniel Applebaum
      *First Time in Role

    Set to a commissioned score for full orchestra, this will be Justin Peck’s fourth collaboration with Oscar-nominated composer Sufjan Stevens.

  • Symphony in Three Movements

    • Music by: Igor Stravinsky
    • Choreography by: George Balanchine
    • Principal Casting: MAY 10: Sterling Hyltin, Adrian Danchig-Waring, Lauren King, Anthony Huxley, Megan LeCrone, Andrew Scordato

    One of Balanchine’s most celebrated leotard ballets, Symphony in Three Movements is bold and breathtakingly jet-propelled, a kinetic achievement, striking for its confidence and power.

  • The Times Are Racing

    • Music by: Dan Deacon
    • Choreography by: Justin Peck
    • Principal Casting:
       

    One of the most buzzed about premieres of 2017, The Times Are Racing is a sneaker ballet that sees its dancers in streetwear designed by Opening Ceremony, drawing inspiration from a variety of dance styles while matching Dan Deacon’s electronic score with youthful impulse and vigor.

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Performance Extras

  • Friday, May 10, 2019 at 7:40 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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