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February 2014 Blog Posts (5)

Fans of New York City Ballet “See the Music” of Three 20th Century Violin Concertos

Balanchine once said, “See the music, hear the dance”. The audience at the Koch Theater on the afternoon of February 22nd 2014 had the opportunity to do exactly that when the works of three very different choreographers brought treasured violin concertos to life. Kudos to Concertmasters Arturo Delmoni…

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Added by Sondra Forsyth on February 24, 2014 at 9:29am — No Comments

New York City Ballet Treats NYC to “Coppelia” After a 5-Year Hiatus

During February 2014, the third snowiest on record in NYC, winter weary dancegoers are welcoming the mood-boosting comedy and charm of the New York City Ballet’s version of “Coppelia”. Staged by Balanchine with the legendary Alexandra Danilova in 1974, the production has musical passages for added male variations from “La Source” and “Sylvia” interpolated into Delibes’…

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Added by Sondra Forsyth on February 17, 2014 at 8:18am — No Comments

Ethan Stiefel Brings Royal New Zealand Ballet to NYC

On February 12th 2014 at the Joyce Theater, Royal New Zealand Ballet under the artistic direction of iconic ballet star Ethan Stiefel opened a five-day run that marks the conclusion of the troupe’s first U.S. tour in 21 years. Dancegoers in four cities -- Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Minneapolis, and New York –- have had the chance to see the admirable results of Stiefel’s vision and hard work with 61-year-old company since he took the helm in September of 2011 at…

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Added by Sondra Forsyth on February 16, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments

New York City Ballet Delivers Two Hits and a Miss in a Triple Bill

With Fashion Week 2014 under way in the tents at Lincoln Center from February 6th to 13th, New York City Ballet dusted off Peter Martins’ 2012 tribute to iconic designer Valentino for the evening performance at Koch Theater on Saturday, February 8th. A description of “Bal de Couture” on the company’s web site enthused that we would feel…

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Added by Sondra Forsyth on February 16, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments

A Pony’s Debut and Two Little Prodigies Steal the Show at New York City Ballet

I promise I’m going to give you a complete and serious review of the New York City Ballet’s performance at the Koch Theatre on Saturday, February 1st 2014. However, I can’t resist starting with the two most endearing and unforgettable moments of the evening. First, a pair of prodigiously talented little girls danced with astonishing precision and panache as the Pearly Princesses in Balanchine’s “Union Jack”. Kudos to Natalie Glassie and Phoebe Golfinos who are…

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Added by Sondra Forsyth on February 9, 2014 at 10:42am — No Comments

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