Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta George Balanchine. Mostrar todas las entradas
Mostrando entradas con la etiqueta George Balanchine. Mostrar todas las entradas

8.1.23

New York City Ballet en Madrid (2023)

New York City Ballet, fundada por el coreógrafo George Balanchine y Lincoln Kirstein visita el Teatro Real del 23 al 26 de marzo de 2023. La compañía se subirá al escenario del Teatro Real de Madrid para representar: Serenade y Square Dance, de George Balanchine; y The Times Are Racing, del coreógrafo Justin Peck.

New York City Ballet
Coreógrafos fundadores – George Balanchine y Jerome Robbins
Fundadores – George Balanchine y Lincoln Kirstein
Director artístico – Jonathan Stafford
Directora ejecutiva – Katherine Brown
Directora artística asociada – Wendy Whelan

Ashley Bouder y Kristen Segin “Serenade” Balanchine © Caitlin Ochs for The New York Times (2021)
 
Sterling Hyltin y Aaron Sanz “Serenade” © Caitlin Ochs for The New York Times (2021)


 “Serenade” George Balanchine © Caitlin Ochs for The New York Times (2021)
 
 
Tiler Peck y Amar Ramasar «The Times are Racing» © Paul Kolnik (2017)
 

28.5.21

Tutus de Joyas by Balanchine

 

"Il y a Shakespeare pour la littérature, et pour le costume Madame Karinska" George Balanchine

 "J'ai donné mon coeur au New-York City Ballet"  Barbara Karinska

"Jewels" Wiener Staatsballet

 
The Royal Ballet's Jewels. Photo by Rob Moore

21.2.20

Pulcinella. Jeu de cartes by Mariinsky Ballet Company


Ballet with Song in One Act. Music by Igor Stravinsky
Choreography and Set Design by Ilya Zhivoi
Costumes Designer: Sofia Vartanian. Lighting Designer: Konstantin Binkin.

Conductor: Arseny Shuplyakov
Febrero de 2020. St Petersburg, Mariinsky II

Pulcinella. Jeu de cartes © The Mariinsky Theatre

18.6.16

Chorégraphes américains à l’Opéra de Paris


Chorégraphes américains à l’Opéra de Paris DE BALANCHINE À FORSYTHE
Du 16 juin au 25 septembre 2016 au Palais Garnier.

en Danza Ballet® Chorégraphes américains à l’Opéra de Paris

Costume pour In the Night de Jerome Robbins, d’après les maquettes d’Anthony Dowell. © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

 Costume pour Signes de Carolyn Carlson, d’après les maquettes d’Olivier Debré © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

Costumes pour Thème et variations de George Balanchine. © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

 Costume pour Rubis/Joyaux de George Balanchine, d’après les maquettes de Christian Lacroix © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

Costume pour Les Variations Goldberg de Jerome Robbins, d’après les maquettes de Joe Eula © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

Costume pour In the Night de Jerome Robbins, d’après les maquettes d’Anthony Dowell © E. Bauer / Opéra national de Paris. Saison, 2015/2016

Chorégraphes américains à l’Opéra de Paris

17.4.16

Wendy Whelan, ballerina


New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

New York City Ballet's principal ballerina Wendy Whelan gave an afternoon class at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center as part of their day-long Pointe and Pirouettes event All photos by Matthew Murphy.

27.11.15

El Cascanueces, New York City Ballet


New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan and Nikolaj Hubbe in Balanchine's THE NUTCRACKER. Kyle Froman Photography

Balanchine's THE NUTCRACKER. New York City Ballet Photography


19.10.14

Wendy Whelan, principal dancer New York City Ballet


"Dancing in a ballet company really bonds people for life; it's like being in the Army together," says Whelan.

Not every dancer can be a ballerina, and not every ballerina gets to dance with the New York City Ballet. So when one makes it, and then stays with the company for three decades, it's a big deal. Wendy Whelan is that ballerina. And on Saturday night, at 47 years old, she'll give her final New York City Ballet performance before she retires.

"I'm sure I'll get very emotional after," Whelan says. "I don't expect to get emotional during. It's not my style, I just don't do that. But I'll probably enter a depression, and I just know that I will do that because I always do that after a big ballet experience. ... But this is the end of a ballet career, so that's a bit bigger than just a season of ballet."

NPR sent Erin Baiano to photograph the prima ballerina as Whelan prepared for one of her last performances of "After the Rain," choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon and performed with her longtime partner Craig Hall. The pair received five curtain calls after the performance.

Audience members cried as they watched Whelan dance: Her body can still communicate a sort of universal poetry. To hear her story, click on the link above.

Poetry In Motion: Prima Ballerina Wendy Whelan Retires After 3-Decade Career by Nina Gregory October 17, 2014.

Wendy Whelan, 47, principal dancer at the New York City Ballet, will retire Oct. 18 after 30 years with the institution. © Erin Baiano for NPR 
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23.6.14

Joyas de George Balanchine


New York City Ballet in ‘Emeralds’ from George Balanhine’s ‘Jewels’. Photo Paul Kolnik

New York City Ballet in ‘Rubies’ from George Balanchine’s ‘Jewels’ Photo Paul Kolnik

Sara Mearns and Jonathan Stafford in George Balanchine’s ‘Diamonds’ from the ballet ‘Jewels’. Photo Paul Kolnik

New York City Ballet in ‘Emeralds’ from George Balanhine’s ‘Jewels’. Photo credit: Paul Kolnik

14.5.14

Balanchine/ Millepied (Ballets)


"Le Palais de Cristal" George Balanchine. Costumes Christian Lacroix
"Daphnis et Chloé" Création. Benjamin Millepied. Décors Daniel Buren
Ballet de l'Opéra national de Paris
Opéra Bastille du 10 au 8 juin 2014

 Daphnis et Chloé. Aurélie Dupont (Chloé) Hervé Moreau (Daphnis)©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Daphnis et Chloé Aurélie Dupont (Chloé) Hervé Moreau (Daphnis)  ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Daphnis et Chloé ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Daphnis et Chloé. Eleonora Abbagnato ( Lyceion) Alessio Carbone (Dorcon) ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

 Daphnis et Chloé ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Le Palais de Cristal. Amandine Albisson - Mathieu Ganio ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Le Palais de Cristal. Marie-Agnès Gillot - Karl Paquette ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Le Palais de Cristal. Nolwenn Daniel - Pierre-Arthur Raveau ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris

Le Palais de Cristal ©Agathe Poupeney / Opéra national de Paris