BALLET AT LINCOLN CENTER: MIAMI DEBUTS THREE WORKS!

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Event:
BALLET AT LINCOLN CENTER: MIAMI DEBUTS THREE WORKS!
Start:
April 15, 2016 8:00 pm
End:
April 15, 2016 10:30 pm
Updated:
December 28, 2015
Venue:
Koch Theater at Lincoln Center
Address:
Columbus Avenue at 63rd St., New York, United States

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OUT PROFESSIONALS INVITES YOU TO PREMIERE A SPECTACULAR TRIPLE-BILL BY MIAMI CITY BALLET DURING THEIR LINCOLN CENTER DEBUT THIS SPRING.

On Friday, April 15, Members and friends of Out Professionals meet at Lincoln Center as Miami City Ballet, one of America’s leading companies, premieres a spectacular triple-bill. Experience Justin Peck’s exhilarating “Heatscape,” Liam Scarlett’s gut-wrenching “Viscera,” and George Balanchine’s glamorous “Bourrée Fantasque.”

Under Artistic Director Lourdes Lopez, Miami City Ballet ranks in artistic success and national recognition right behind the Big Two: New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. According to Alastair Macaulay of The New York Times, “The dancers flood the theater with qualities of warmth and vitality that are like no other ballet company’s.”

Miami’s Lincoln Center debut caps the company’s 30th Anniversary Season. Don’t miss this cultural highlight of spring in New York!

‘Heatscape,’ by New York City Ballet Resident Choreographer Justin Peck, 27. Environment by iconic street artist Shepard Fairey; edgy contemporary score by Sufjan Stevens; 17 dancers. “Ripples with energy … witty, whirling … a vital, exhilarating delight” (Miami Herald).

Viscera,’ by Royal Ballet Choreographer Liam Scarlett, 29. Set to the hard-driving Piano Concerto No. 1 by acclaimed American composer Lowell Liebermann; 16 dancers. “Power and purpose … unforced high energy … a fierce, complex symmetry” (New York Times).

‘Bourrée Fantasque,’ by Russian choreographic legend George Balanchine. Delectable Gallic music, Emmanuel Chabrier; 42 dancers. Shown here for the first time in 20 years, this chic and witty work is “A celebration of French joie de vivre” (New York Times) and “The perfect finale to the bill” (Los Angeles Times).

Photo Credit: ‘Heatscape,’ Gene Schiavone.

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WHERE

Lincoln Center’s Koch Theater, Columbus Avenue at 63rd Street. Subway: No. 1 to 66th Street, Lincoln Center; A/B/C/D to 59th Street, Columbus Circle.

WHAT’S UP

Opening Night of a triple-bill by Miami City Ballet. Doors open, 7:30 p.m. Performance, 8 p.m. sharp. Final curtain, 10:30 p.m.

ADMISSION

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