The company, directed by a team of four young people since the resignation of Peter Martins, is in a state of impressive improvement.
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It’s hard work being a dancer. And it’s hard work getting a college degree. This group at New York City Ballet has done both.
Terry Riley, Ravel and Leonard Bernstein were among the highlights.
Who is Swanilda, the lead of “Coppélia”? Our critic demonstrates how her ebullient, game-changing character is shown in her steps.
After 35 years, Peter Martins left City Ballet abruptly. Now the company is sounding out its dancers about what they would like in a successor.
One lesson of New York City Ballet’s Jerome Robbins celebration concerned his musicality, which often points to parts of the score left undanced.
Ashley Bouder of New York City Ballet performs part of a make-fun-of-yourself solo from Robbins’s “Dances at a Gathering.”
Even when Russians stage the one-act ballet that Stravinsky took from folklore, they tell different versions of its story.
With New York City Ballet performing Robbins rarities this season, we have the chance to reassess this complex, mold-breaking artist.
New York City Ballet’s gala showed Robbins’s Broadway and ballet sides with world premieres by Warren Carlyle and Justin Peck.