While City Ballet waits for a successor, its history has gone on developing in performance. Roman Mejia, 18, made his presence felt.
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The lineup features Tiler Peck’s choreography, and first-time appearances by American Ballet Theater, Alonzo King LINES Ballet and Ballet Hispánico.
Two star-studded evenings at the Vail Dance Festival introduce bright new talent and allow established performers to stretch.
Most of us are ruled by time. Not Tiler Peck, of New York City Ballet. And this spring, she took her mastery to a new level.
Our critic calls “Odessa,” Mr. Ratmansky’s new piece for New York City Ballet, “peculiar and marvelous.”
You’ll never think of the phrase “fish dive” in the same way again once you have seen one executed in this ballet.
In “George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker,” this character “flies and flutters,” covering the stage. The dancer Tiler Peck calls this part her “perfect” match.
The company’s fall season has been bounteous with repertory by its founder-choreographer, George Balanchine, and features exciting performances.
At the Vail International Dance Festival, the artistic director Damian Woetzel revived rare works and brought fresh faces to classical showpieces.
Tyler Angle and Tiler Peck in George Balanchine’s ballet, recorded in 2015.