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  • Agon at the New York City Ballet
    NYC Ballet corps dancer Megan LeCrone talks about her special relationship with George Balanchine's Agon and why it's as radical today as when it premiered in 1957.
    Views: 8955
  • George Balanchine at New York City Ballet
    Hopeless romantic, pure classicist, intellectual modernist — find out how George Balanchine's many different sides come across in his extraordinary body of work, and how he established the first truly American ballet company.
    Views: 7697
  • JEWELS at New York City Ballet
    NYCB Principal Dancers Sterling Hyltin , Sara Mearns , and Jenifer Ringer talk about George Balanchine’s JEWELS.
    Views: 9110
  • Movements at New York City Ballet
    Source: www.nycballet.com
    NYCB Soloist Rebecca Krohn discusses George Balanchine's Movements for Piano and Orchestra. Movements for Piano and Orchestra will be performed as part of the New York City Ballet's 2010-2011 Season at Lincoln Center..
    Views: 6772
  • New York City Ballet: The Cage
    NYCB Principal Dancer Wendy Whelan talks about her role as The Novice in Jerome Robbins' The Cage. The Cage will be performed as part of New York City Ballet's 2012 Spring Season at Lincoln Center.
    Views: 11273
  • Petrushka (1947) at San Francisco Ballet
    Paying homage to the 100th anniversary of this Sergei Diaghilev-era classic created by Michel Fokine in 1911, San Francisco Ballet presents the encore of Petrouchka. Set in early nineteenth-century St. Petersburg, this poignant work tells the tragic story of a puppet who possesses a human soul, only for it to be tortured by the emptiness and ignorance of others.
    Views: 6907
  • Stravinsky Connections Podcast: Episode 1
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Episode 1: Stravinsky Today
    Igor Stravinsky’s ongoing significance and influence, a half century after his death, is reassessed from a safe objective distance.
    Views: 4441
  • Stravinsky Connections Podcast: Episode 2
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Episode 2: Stravinsky and the Stage
    Stravinsky’s relationship with the stage, both ballet and opera, is examined, including collaborations with Diaghilev, Auden and Balanchine.
    Views: 1016
  • Stravinsky Connections Podcast: Episode 3
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Episode 3: Stravinsky — Myth, Faith and Memory
    The roles of myth, faith and memory in Stravinsky’s works is explored, from Russian chant to Greek classicism.
    Views: 931
  • Stravinsky Connections Podcast: Episode 4
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    Episode 4: Stravinsky in the New World
    This episode looks at Stravinsky’s works created after his relocation to the New World, embracing jazz, serialism and Disney.
    Views: 711
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