Spring 2019: Join us in New York
Works & Process at the Guggenheim
The Washington Ballet: Julie Kent with Dana Genshaft and Ethan Stiefel
Sunday and Monday, March 10 and 11, 7:30PM
The Washington Ballet artistic director Julie Kent, a continual champion of new choreography, discusses newly commissioned work with choreographers Dana Genshaft and Ethan Steifel. Company dancers perform exclusive highlights prior to their April 3 opening of Three World Premieres in Washington, DC.
Works & Process at the Guggenheim is a performing arts series unlike any other, allowing you to see, hear, and meet artists in a unique and intimate setting, the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright–designed Peter B. Lewis Theater. Exploring artistic creation through stimulating conversations and performances, Works & Process programs champion new works and offer unprecedented access to the world’s leading creators and performers.
At the Joyce Theater for the Merce Cunningham Centennial
The Joyce celebrates the centenary of Merce Cunningham, “one of the great iconoclasts in 20th-century art” (The New York Times), who would have turned 100 this year. Three superb companies perform masterworks from the artist’s vast repertory, each danced to live music. COMPAGNIE CNDC-ANGERS/ROBERT SWINSTON presents Suite for Five, with its quiet unmoving center; Ballet West dances the classic Summerspace, which evokes enormous landscapes filled with motion; and The Washington Ballet returns with Duets, a sophisticated and abstract work for six couples.
The Washington Ballet Company may be booked for engagements, performances, festivals or special events. The Company is self-contained with a lighting package, dance floor and professional artistic and production staff ready to ensure a successful event. Full marketing, technical and audience development support services are available for bookings.
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