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Three Short Ballets from the Big Apple

An opportunity to enjoy contrasting ballets conceived and created in New York City. From works by the city's hottest young choreographers, Larry Keigwin and Benjamin Millepied, to a Balanchine classic inspired by Gershwin's legendary songs, this exceptional programme will excite audiences throughout New Zealand.

Who Cares?*

Balanchine's Who Cares? is a tribute to his friend George Gershwin. The title song is just one of many classic favourites - Embraceable You, That Certain Feeling, I've Got Rhythm - making this exuberant Manhattan ballet unmissable.

CHOREOGRAPHY George Balanchine
MUSIC George Gershwin
MUSIC ARRANGEMENT Hershy Kay
LIGHTING Nigel Percy

28 Variations on a Theme by Paganini

A chance to see the intricate and dynamic work of Black Swan film choreographer, Benjamin Millepied, live. Five men and five women perform this classically inspired ballet to Brahms' exquisite piano music.

CHOREOGRAPHY Benjamin Millepied
STAGING John Gardner and Amanda McKerrow
MUSIC Johannes Brahms
LIGHTING Nigel Percy

New Commission

To complete the trio, the company performs the world première of a newly commissioned work and score by one of New York's most dynamic young choreographers. Larry Keigwin brings creativity and star quality to his choreography from off-Broadway shows to the opening event of New York's Fashion Week produced by Vogue. Larry's own company, KEIGWAN + COMPANY, performs at the Joyce Theatre, NYC and in festivals and venues throughout the USA.

CHOREOGRAPHY Larry Keigwin
MUSIC Adam Crystal
LIGHTING Nigel Percy

 

*The performances of Who Cares, a Balanchine® Ballet, is presented by arrangement with The George Balanchine Trust and has been produced in accordance with the Balanchine® Style and Balanchine® Technique Service standards established and provided by the Trust.
The worldwide copyrights for the music of George and Ira Gershwin for this presentation are licensed by The Gershwin® family.

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