New York City Ballet - LIVE Rehearsal at The Kennedy Center: "Tarantella"
Join us for a rehearsal of Balanchine’s "Tarantella" with principal dancer Joaquin De Luz, soloist Indiana Woodward, rehearsed by ballet master Glenn Keenan and accompanied by pianist Susan Walters.
Play video Jessica Lang Dance and Washington National Opera LIVE in Rehearsal
Jessica Lang Dance and Washington National Opera LIVE in Rehearsal
Jessica Lang Dance and the Washington National Opera rehearse for the WNO's production of Aida at The Kennedy Center. All WNO dancers, singers, directors, choreographers and stage management staff are represented by the American Guild of Musical Artists. We wish to extend our gratitude to AGMA for their permission to feature the work of these artists today.
Play video The Suzanne Farrell Ballet - Balanchine's Divertimento No. 15 - Suzanne Farrell Tribute, 2005 Honors
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet - Balanchine's Divertimento No. 15 - Suzanne Farrell Tribute, 2005 Honors
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet honors 2005 Kennedy Center Honoree Suzanne Farrell with a performance of Balanchine's Divertimento No. 15. The piece was choreographed by George Balanchine for eight principal dancers, five women and three men, with an ensemble of eight women, and premiered in 1956. Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb #KCHonors #SuzanneFarrell #Ballet #KennedyCenter #CBS
Play video Balanchine's "Stars and Stripes" - The Suzanne Farrell Ballet | LIVE at The Kennedy Center
Balanchine's "Stars and Stripes" - The Suzanne Farrell Ballet | LIVE at The Kennedy Center
Allynne Noelle and Thomas Garrett of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet perform a selection from "Stars and Stripes" LIVE at the Kennedy Center. Created in 1958, Stars and Stripes is divided into five "campaigns" in which more than 40 dancers perform to various marches by John Philip Sousa, complete with baton twirling, military formations, and rifle-bearing ballerinas. Over the years, Balanchine`s exuberantly patriotic ballet has been staged for many landmark moments in American history, including a tribute to President John F. Kennedy. Part of Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center, October 12, 2016. Watch the full performance: https://youtu.be/jZauOlN03uA Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb
Play video Now More Than Ever: A Film by Ezra Hurwitz (Choreography by Marcelo Gomes) for Ballet Across America
Now More Than Ever: A Film by Ezra Hurwitz (Choreography by Marcelo Gomes) for Ballet Across America
Now More Than Ever premiered on April 17, 2017, as part of the opening night celebration of Ballet Across America, curated by Misty Copeland and Justin Peck. Now More than Ever Directed by Ezra Hurwitz Featuring Stella Abrera, Isabella Boylston, Marcelo Gomes, Calvin Royal III, and James Whiteside Director of Photography Carlos Reyes Produced by Talkshop Studios Associate Producer: Evelyn Kocak Choreography by Marcelo Gomes Music by Aaron Roche Assistant Camera: Alejandro Villegas Second Assistant Camera: Oscar Reyes Stedicam Operator: Lewis Reif Gaffer: Robert Wayright Key Grip: Joseph Kurtz Jib Operator: Michael V. Peters First Assistant: Jib Mike Yoder Wardrobe generously provided by Capezio, Leanne Marshall Designs, and Discount Dance Supply Special Thanks to Glenn A. Turner and Meg Booth Now More than Ever was commissioned by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Artsas part of the 2016–2017 season.
Play video "Blueprint" from "DEMO: Now" by Damian Woetzel
"Blueprint" from "DEMO: Now" by Damian Woetzel
Blueprint World premiere Commissioned by the Kennedy Center as part of DEMO by Damian Woetzel Music by Caroline Shaw Choreography by Pam Tanowitz Costumes by Reid Bartleme and Harriet Jung Lighting by Aaron Copp Performed by Patricia Delgado, Victor Lozano, and Jason Collins Music performed by Brooklyn Rider, with Johnny Gandelsman (violin), Colin Jacobsen (violin), Nicholas Cords (viola), Michael Nicolas (cello) Part of: DEMO by Damian Woetzel: Now March 7, 2018 Presented as a part of DIRECT CURRENT, the Kennedy Center’s celebration of contemporary culture, March 5-19, 2018. New Artistic Initiatives are funded in honor of Linda and Kenneth Pollin. © The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts ABOUT DEMO: Former New York City Ballet principal dancer turned director/choreographer/thought leader Damian Woetzel—who was recently named as the next president of The Juilliard School—curates and hosts the third season of his interdisciplinary DEMO series. This installment presented recent commissions and D.C. premieres from some of today’s most creative voices in dance and music. The evening included a new work choreographed by Pam Tanowitz, with music by Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Caroline Shaw, and the Kennedy Center premiere of Alexei Ratmansky’s solo Fandango, danced by New York City Ballet star Sara Mearns and set to the music of Boccherini. Additional artists included the game-changing string quartet Brooklyn Rider, Memphis jookin street dance pioneer Lil Buck, and former Merce Cunningham Dance Company performers and modern dance luminaries Silas Riener and Rashaun Mitchell. March 7, 2018 Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb
Play video 16 Years of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet
16 Years of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet
Dancers and affiliates of the Suzanne Farrell Ballet look back on their time with the company and its iconic director, Suzanne Farrell. After 16 years, the Suzanne Farrell Ballet will culminate with "Forever Balanchine: Farewell Performances", running December 7 - 9, 2017 at the Kennedy Center. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit: http://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/event/BSBSB A Note From Suzanne Farrell ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "The enormous respect and pride I have for my dancers is immeasurable. This final season is a poignant celebration of them and my gratitude to the generous supporters of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet. The program is a reflection of our last 16 years. It has been an honor to serve the art of ballet and George Balanchine." Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb