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The learning (and pinning, and sewing) process is captured in entertaining short films shown before each ballet. 20, 2016 photo released by the New York City Ballet, principal dancer Emilie Gerrity performs in a costume designed by Narciso Rodriguez at the New York City Ballet fall gala.
(Paul Kolnik/New York City Ballet via AP) First up was Rodriguez, known for his elegant and minimalist look.
The 14 performers—including principal dancer Ashley Bouder in her element as the diva of virtuosic speed—prove that they are some of ballet’s coolest athletes, matching with brio the relentless pulse of Reich’s constantly surging score.
Unitards by Humberto Leon (of fashion house Kenzo) slice the dancers’ torsos into modernist geometric shapes that are colored in hues from mustard yellow to canary blue. ”Particularly as compared to the rest of the program, , set to the Allegramente movement of William Walton’s D minor piano quartet, is woefully short on ideas.
Kim Brandstrup’s , which also uses Debussy’s score of the same name (performed by Elaine Chelton, pianist), 14 dancers appear in cocktail attire on a dimly lit stage; principal Sara Mearns is blindfolded and spun around by her man (Amar Ramasar) for a jeux—game(s)—of hide and seek.
So there was much to celebrate on October 10 at the former New York State Theater when pieces by Robert Binet (Canada), Kim Brandstrup (Denmark), as well Justin Peck, Troy Schumacher, and Myles Thatcher (United States), highlighted City Ballet’s remarkable dancers in familiar and new ways.
The new work clearly demonstrates their facileness with sharing ideas: as a motif in the score gets passed from one instrument to another, a dancer takes on a new movement phrase, changes direction, or skyrockets through space soon to be joined, led, or ceded by another dancer.
By Rachel Straus NEW YORK--New York City Ballet commissioned five ballets this season and four of them are compelling.
It’s rare for City Ballet, or for that matter any dance company, to present new works that are overwhelmingly impressive.