NEW YORK CITY BALLET - Fall Season

The New York Times has lauded the “unequaled richness” and “terrific density of New York City Ballet’s repertory,” and the 2014–15 Season stands up to this praise with 56 ballets, featuring a Balanchine Black & White festival, two iconic Shakespeare full-lengths, and an impressive seven premieres including La Sylphide. Celebrating NYCB’s rich musical legacy and named after Founder George Balanchine’s famous quote “See the music and hear the dancing,” new Hear the Dance programs focus on composers of the same national origin, offering a framed perspective for exploring the Company’s extensive repertory.


AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE

American Ballet Theatre looks forward to celebrating its 75th Anniversary with a look back at some of the important ballets in the Company’s history, as well as a look to the future with an exciting World Premiere by the prodigiously talented Liam Scarlett, The Royal Ballet’s first Artist in Residence. For two weeks only from October 22 through November 2, ABT’s world-class dancers bring their dramatic artistry and thrilling bravura to take dance to new heights in season highlights including Antony Tudor’s Jardin aux Lilas, performed to Chausson’s Poème for Violin and Orchestra, the return of Twyla Tharp’s acclaimed Bach Partita, Alexei Ratmansky’s intimate Seven Sonatas, Jerome Robbins’ energetic homage to the American spirit, Fancy Free, and a staging of Raymonda Divertissements by ABT Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie and Ballet Mistress Irina Kolpakova based on Marius Petipa’s last great masterpiece. Reserve your seats today!

ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND - The National Ballet of Canada

On September 9 through 14, The Joyce Theater Foundation is proud to present The National Ballet of Canada’s production of Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and to bring this astonishing piece to New York for the first time.   Combining a “scenic spectacle of unprecedented extravagance” with “the extraordinary skill, versatility and spirit of the Canadian dancers” (Los Angeles Times), Wheeldon’s interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s immortal story is a true fantasia of dance. Experiencing this magnificent production on the Koch Theater stage is the perfect way to appreciate the startlingly beautiful sets and costumes by Tony Award winner Bob Crowley and the sublime score by the talented British composer Joby Talbot. Without doubt, this Alice is a brilliant theatrical gift.


SHEN YUN PERFORMING ARTS

Embark on an extraordinary journey through 5,000 years of Chinese civilization. From ancient dynasties to modern day, inspiring stories and legends spring to life through classical Chinese dance. Animated backdrops, exquisite costumes, thunderous battle drums, and powerful flips fill the stage with color and energy. Timeless ethnic and folk dances, a unique East-West orchestra, and singers' soaring voices converge in an unforgettable experience. Based in New York, Shen Yun has become a global sensation, bringing authentic Chinese culture to the world. Fashion designer Donna Karan called it "mesmerizing," and Maleficent director Robert Stromberg, "so inspiring." Shen Yun returns to Lincoln Center with an all-new 2015 program.


MIKHAILOVSKY BALLET

The world-renowned Mikhailovsky Ballet Company will tour the US for the first time in November 2014. The programme will include world classics, ballets of the Soviet period, and contemporary productions, and will showcase the company's ongoing search for new technical forms. Audiences will have the chance to enjoy the romantic Giselle, regarded as a masterpiece of classical ballet; the charming and evocative Don Quixote; and a production that has never been shown overseas – The Flames of Paris,based on the events of the French Revolution. The collection of one-act ballets, Three Centuries of Russian Ballet, includes Le Halte de cavalerie (The Cavalry Halt), The Young Lady and the Hooligan, set to music by Shostakovich, and Prelude.



ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND

NEW YORK CITY BALLET

AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE

MIKHAILOVSKY BALLET

SHEN YUN PERFORMING ARTS
9.09.14 - 9.14.14

9.23.14 - 10.19.14

10.22.14 - 11.02.14

11.11.14 - 11.23.14

1.09.15 - 1.18.15
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