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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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6 reviews
1 stars
attended Oct 06 2010

We had great seats - right along the rail of the Third Ring. The ballet was wonderful and we can't wait to see what other shows we can get discount tickets for.

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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 06 2010

Although when I purchased the tickets I expected to sit Rear/side, our seats were in the rear but right in the center. A nice surprise. Although we were not crazy about the Magic Flute (not enough dancing but Tiler Peck and Joaquin De Luz...continued

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3 reviews
18 stars
attended Oct 06 2010

It was fantastic. We got good seats.

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Description

*October 3, 2010 at 3:00pm: *

Monumentum pro Gesualdo – Stravinsky/Balanchine – Coupled with Movements for Piano and Orchestra in performance, this streamlined leotard ballet arrests viewers with its formal beauty and simplicity.

Movements for Piano and Orchestra – Stravinsky/Balanchine – A signature leotard ballet, Movements for Piano and Orchestra’s dissonance and electric currents sweep on a wave of exacting precision.

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Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux_ – Tschaikovsky/Balanchine – Set to music originally composed for Swan Lake, this virtuosic ballet is brief, beautiful, and beloved—an adrenaline rush for dancers and audiences alike.

The Magic Flute  – Drigo/Martins – A comedic tale for audiences of all ages set to a score by Riccardo Drigo, The Magic Flute returns with new scenery recreated by David Mitchell. Last performed in 1983, this charming work tells the story of a young girl who loves a poor but proud boy, yet is forced by her crafty parents to wed a rich older man.

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

 

October 6, 2010 at 7:30pm:

The Magic Flute – Drigo/Martins – A comedic tale for audiences of all ages set to a score by Riccardo Drigo, The Magic Flute returns with new scenery recreated by David Mitchell. Last performed in 1983, this charming work tells the story of a young girl who loves a poor but proud boy, yet is forced by her crafty parents to wed a rich older man.

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.

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.