If you missed their fall and winter debuts, this program provides encores of Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s and Pontus Lidberg’s world premieres, coupled with two acclaimed works, Peter Martins’ thrilling Fearful Symmetries and Kim Brandstrup’s noir-style Jeux.
Choreography by: Pontus Lidberg
A critically lauded choreographer and filmmaker hailing from Sweden, Pontus Lidberg often focuses on emotionally complex and psychological relationships, and Winter 2017 will see his first premiere for the Company.
New Lopez Ochoa (World Premiere)
Music by: Luigi Boccherini, Edward Elgar, and Peteris Vasks
Choreography by: Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Principal Casting: SEPT 20: Sterling Hyltin*, Tiler Peck*, Brittany Pollack*, Lauren King*, Jackie Bologna*, Adrian Danchig-Waring*, Jared Angle*, Tyler Angle*, Daniel Ulbricht*, Preston Chamblee* (*First time in role)
Colombian-Belgian choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa has choreographed the world over, including our New York Choreographic Institute, and she returns in Fall 2016 to create her first ballet for NYCB.
Music by: Claude Debussy
Choreography by: Kim Brandstrup
Brandstrup’s Jeux is a cinematic, even noir, yet playful ballet that draws inspiration from Nijinsky’s 1913 production of the same name, showcasing the lead ballerina dancing blindfolded on a sparse stage as she is manipulated by her cast mates.
Music by: John Adams
Choreography by: Peter Martins
Fearful Symmetries is an ever-changing cascade of dancers costumed in vibrant tones of red with a racing score by celebrated American composer John Adams.
Designed by architect Phillip Johnson, the cavernous jewel-box-like interior and massive stage are conducive to the spectacular operas and ballets usually staged here. It is located in Lincoln Center, one of the world's great cultural complexes.
Half price tickets available for wheelchair user and companion. Enter from Amsterdam Avenue one block north of 62. Park in Lincoln Center Garage handicapped area. Please call 212.870.5500 24 hours in advance to alert the management. 9 steps at main entrance. Infrared. Supertitles, on occasion.