Ballet de Lorraine at The Joyce
Ballet de Lorraine
Under the artistic direction of former Sadler’s Wells Royal Ballet principal dancer Petter Jacobsson, the Company, making its debut U.S. tour in 2017, arrives at The Joyce with two exceptional programs focusing on contemporary French choreographers. Program A combines the twirling of Devoted by choreographic duo Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud with Alban Richard’s HOK solo pour ensemble, a piece driven by ferocious energy. The program closes with Sounddance, Merce Cunningham’s 1974 masterpiece of organized chaos. Program B, entitled Unknown Pleasures, was created by five anonymous international choreographers and offers audiences the chance to experience dance unencumbered by preconceptions.
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