Ballet Preljocaj at The Joyce Theater
Since founding his company in 1985, Angelin Preljocaj has received international acclaim not only for the works that he has created for Ballet Preljocaj but also for those that he has set on major international companies like La Scala, New York City Ballet, and Paris Opera Ballet. This season, the company comes to The Joyce with Empty moves (parts I, II & III), a piece combining three movement studies created over the course of ten years. Based on John Cage’s Empty Words Empty moves deconstructs movement and demonstrates a new expression of choreographic phrasing. The result is one of the choreographer’s “most sophisticated and meditative dances of all.” The New York Times
[Photo: Jean-Claude Carbonne]
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