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The Joyce Theater Announces Spring/Summer 2022

he Joyce Theater Foundation announced today the full lineup of U.S. and international talent that will grace The Joyce’s storied stage for its Spring/Summer 2022 season. Nearly two dozen companies and dance creators will bring their unparalleled creativity and astounding artistic innovation to the iconic, intimate home for dance in New York City.
New York City Ballet Announces Weeks Three and Four of Their Digital Season

On Tuesday, October 13, at 8pm EDT, NYCB will release the fourth program consisting of George Balanchinea??s Duo Concertant, a duet accompanied by an onstage violinist and pianist, along with excerpts from Jerome Robbinsa?? Dances at a Gathering and Balanchinea??s Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet and Symphony in C.
New York City Ballet Announces Casting for Weeks One and Two of Their Digital Season

On Tuesday, September 29, at 8pm EDT, NYCB will release an All Balanchine program of Tschaikovsky Pas de Deux and 'The Unanswered Question' from Ivesiana, with excerpts from Symphony in C, Liebeslieder Walzer, Episodes, and Stravinsky Violin Concerto.
Virtual Theatre Today: Friday, May 8- Jason Danieley, Ashley Park and More!

Today (May 8) in live streaming: Richard Ridge chats wit the Jersey Boys, Melissa Errico and Jason Danieley visit Stars in the House and so much more!
National Dance Institute Will Host a Virtual Gala Featuring Alec Baldwin, Josh Groban, Mandy Patinkin, and More!

National Dance Institute will host its 44th Annual Gala: From the Heart remotely this year on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, 7:30 PM EST.
New York City Ballet Announces Week Three Programming for Digital Season

New York City Ballet has announced the third week of programming for its digital season. Check it out below!
Dance Salad Festival Returns This Weekend

Now celebrating the 24th anniversary in Houston and the 27th season since its inception in Brussels, Belgium, Dance Salad Festival promises another gathering of world-class performers. Famous in their own countries, classical and contemporary dancers share the Dance Salad Festival stage to form a mix of movement and compelling choreography.
BWW Review: AGAINST THE STREAM, London Coliseum

Former Royal Ballet Principal Ivan Putrov has been curating regular galas in London in recent years with hit and miss results. 2017's Men in Motion fell into the latter category however, returning now with Against the Stream, the result is an engaging evening of dance from some of ballet's most starry names.
Photo Flash: National Dance Institute Hosts Jacques' Art Nest Series, 'Dance for Change'

On Wednesday, legendary ballet dancer and founder of National Dance Institute (NDI), Jacques d'Amboise, honored Harry Belafonte at the Fall installation of Jacques' Art Nest Series, “Dance for Change.”
Colburn School, Celebrating 20 Years On Grand Avenue, Announces 2018�"2019 Concerts And Events

On the 20th anniversary of its historic relocation to Grand Avenue, a move made possible through the generosity and vision of founding benefactor Richard D Colburn, that helped set in motion the development of Los Angeles's Downtown cultural corridor, the Colburn School will present a 2018-2019 season that brings together some of today's greatest international artists with extraordinary faculty members and exceptional Colburn School students.
Program Announced for Joaquin De Luz's Farewell Performance

New York City Ballet announced today the programming for Principal Dancer Joaquin De Luz's farewell performance, which will take place on October 14 at 3pm, closing the Company's 2018 Fall Season. After a 15-year career with New York City Ballet, for his final performance De Luz will dance 'Theme and Variations' from George Balanchine's Tchaikovsky Suite No. 3, Jerome Robbins' A Suite of Dances, and Peter Martins' Todo Buenos Aires. Also on the program will be Balanchine's Concerto Barocco, a personal favorite of De Luz's, which he will not perform that afternoon.
BWW Review: New York City Ballet Celebrates Jerome Robbins

Choreographer Jerome Robbins was born in New York City in 1918. On this, the occasion of what would be his 100th birthday, the New York City Ballet, for whom he choreographed and became Associate Artistic Director, presents Jerome Robbins 100 with five different programs. On Friday, May 18, 2018, I was in the David Koch Theater to see program #5.
BWW Review: ROBBINS 100, New York City Ballet's Homage to the Co-Founding Choreographer

New York City Ballet's Centennial Celebration at the Koch Theater in Lincoln Center of the 100th anniversary of Jerome Robbins' birth honors the prodigiously gifted dancemaker, the company's Co-Founding Choreographer, with a ballet lover's feast of five programs from May 3rd to May 20th 2018. The run include two world premieres as well as 20 ballets by Robbins. He died in 1998 at the age of 80, but “Robbins 100” shows beyond a doubt that his legacy endures.
BWW REVIEW: New York City Ballet Brings a Stravinsky/Balanchine Program to the David H. Koch Theater

On March 1, 2018, I saw one of the final performances of New York City Ballet's Winter 2018 season (ending March 4th). The Stravinsky/ Balanchine program presents some of Balanchine's most appreciated ballets, which is exciting to experience. Over the years, many dancers have had the opportunity to perform these ballets. Now, many years since the death of the choreographer/artistic director, April 30, 1983, the NYCB company continues to thrive. While a number of the older dancers take on the style of the Master, many of the corps de ballet members seem to be dancing without the full comprehension of the spirit, even the technique, which created these works. This, of course, can be explained in part by the changes in the world in which they live. We can hope for evolution in a positive direction.
BWW Review: A Valentine for Romeo And Juliet From New York City Ballet

On the evening of Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at the David H. Koch Theater, New York City Ballet featured Romeo and Juliet - a ballet in two acts. It was based on the play by William Shakespeare, music by Sergei Prokofiev, and choreography by Peter Martins.  The scenery was created by Per Kirkeby and the costumes were by Per Kirkeby and Kirsten Lund Nielsen.  The orchestra was conducted by Andrew Litton. The curtain opened to reveal blood red trees and background. This visual was brilliantly conceived by Mr. Kirkeby. It foreshadowed the "flames of lost love and passion". It's opening musical strains evoked a myriad of ominous events yet to occur in the lives of these two star-crossed young people and their families.
BWW Review: BALLET HAWAII'S NUTCRACKER at Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall

The holidays simply aren't complete without a delightful Hawaiian-style production of The Nutcracker. Ballet Hawaii celebrates the imaginary adventures of a young girl and a prince with its 40th Anniversary Season and this unforgettable performance.
YAGP 'Jewels' Celebrate With Amy Fine Collins, Amy Astley, Ralph Rucci, & Dancers Galore

Youth America Grand Prix's (YAGP) First Position Club celebrated Friday night with ballet dancers from around the world at Susan Gutfreund's Upper East Side residence.

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