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New York City Center
131 West 55th Street New York City, NY 10019
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8 reviews
4 stars
attended Nov 05 2008

Lar Lubovitch is a modern dance company . The program I saw was mostly Russian and Eastern European composers, and Lubovitch's light fluid choreography perfectly suited the music. It is easy to see how he is a choreographer for ice dancing.

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6 reviews
2 stars
attended Nov 05 2008

Dancers were amazing and each piece was very different from the previous.

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Lar Lubovitch Dance Company celebrates its 40th Anniversary Season with four performances at City Center.  Lubovitch is renowned for his ballets for ABT and San Francisco Ballet and Tony-nominated for his work on the Broadway productions of Into the Woods, The Red Shoes and the recent revival of The King and I. He is known for his extraordinary musicality of his dances.  This celebratory season features premieres of new dances as well as revivals of several of his master works.

November 5 Program: Concerto Six Twenty-Two, North Star, Jangle, Whirligogs, Dvorak Serenade

November 6 Program: Concerto Six Twenty-Two, North Star, Little Rhapsodies, Dvorak Serenade

November 7-8 Program: Jangle, Dvorak Serenade, Men’s Stories

About the Ticket Supplier: Lar Lubovitch Dance Company

The Lar Lubovitch Dance Company was created in 1968 to realize the artistic vision of Lar Lubovitch, one of this country’s foremost choreographers. Over the past 39 years, the company has gained a reputation as one of the world’s top-ranked modern dance companies, performing in virtually every state of the US, as well more than 30 other countries. Lar Lubovitch has been cited by The New York Times as “one of the ten best choreographers in the world,” and the company has been called a “national treasure” by Variety.