Balanchine’s first original ballet created in America is a stunning showpiece for technique and spiritual movement, dictated by Tchaikovsky’s transcendent Serenade for Strings in C. Twenty-eight dancers bring this iconic and sweeping work to life on the Musical Arts Center stage.
A rising star, Reisen is the youngest choreographer in history to have a work included in New York City Ballet’s storied repertoire. Her pieces span the range of neoclassical and contemporary modern sensibilities and challenge dancers to explore a new vocabulary of movement.
“One of the most sought-out choreographers of the day” (The New York Times) returns with this athletic articulation of love set to the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Cofounder of Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Rhoden is known for challenging dancers’ physicality while pushing their emotional dynamics to expressive extremes.