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David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center
Formerly New York State Theater 10 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023
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8 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 09 2010

I always enjoy the NYC Ballet, especially the best choreographers- Jerome Robbins and George Balanchine. My favorite piece is Glass Pieces.

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attended Oct 08 2010

I would never have gotten my husband to go to the ballet if it weren't for
your tickets. And guess what - he liked it a lot! Looking forward to\
going again when NYCB has their next series of performances. Thanks.

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4 stars
attended Oct 09 2010

I am a novice on watching and interpreting ballet but enjoy it very much. I look for the athleticism, line, precision and overall aesthetic experience. From this perspective it was a great performace. I especially liked the different ways the...continued

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Founding Choreographers Program Schedule: 

October 2, 2010 at 8:00pm: _

Serenade_ – Tschaikovsky/Balanchine – The first ballet Balanchine choreographed in America is a romantic work of immense sweep, set to a transcendent Tschaikovsky score.

Opus 19/The Dreamer – Prokofiev/Robbins – Set to Prokofiev’s feverish concerto, Opus 19/The Dreamer focuses on a male protagonis’s interactions with his ethereal counterpart.

Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet – Brahms, orchestrated by Schoenberg/Balanchine – A sweeping and romantic work for 55 dancers, Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet ends in an intoxicating gypsy finale.

 

*October 8, 2010 at 8:00pm: *

_Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet _- Brahms, orchestrated by Schoenberg/Balanchine – A sweeping and romantic work for 55 dancers, Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet ends in an intoxicating gypsy finale.

Glass Pieces – Glass/Robbins – Expansive in scope and streamlined in style, Glass Pieces captures the pulsating heartbeat of metropolitan life with its charged, urban choreography.

Stars and Stripes – Sousa, adapted and orchestrated by Kay/Balanchine – Set to Sousa’s buoyant marches and dressed in Karinska’s delightful all-American costumes, Stars and Stripes contains as much pure dancing as many full-length classical ballets.

 

October 9, 2010 at 8:00pm: 

Chaccone – Gluck/Balanchine – Chaconne is by turns elegiac and courtly, beginning with a dreamlike prologue and concluding with a grand series of classical dances.

Concerto Barocco – Bach/Balanchine – One of Balanchine’s greatest masterpieces, Concerto Barocco embodies Bach’s double violin concerto with brilliant but understated virtuosity.

Tarantella – Gottschalk, reconstructed and orchestrated by Kay/Balanchine – An invigorating pas de deux with Neapolitan flair, this ballet showcases two dancers as they display great virtuosity and humor.

Glass Pieces -  Glass/Robbins – Expansive in scope and streamlined in style, Glass Pieces captures the pulsating heartbeat of metropolitan life with its charged, urban choreography.

**Photo © Paul Kolnik

About the Ticket Supplier: New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet, one of the foremost dance companies in the world, is unique in US artistic history. Solely responsible for training its own artists and creating its own works, New York City Ballet was the first ballet institution in the world with two permanent homes, the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. Explore what New York City Ballet has to offer — its rich company history, repertoire of ballets, and world-class dancers.