New American Youth Ballet presents “Cervantes to Someday," a ballet celebrating Mothers
New American Youth Ballet
Elizabeth Flores, heralded dancer, director, and choreographer of the New American Youth Ballet, has created an original ballet adaptation of the Alison McGhee and Peter H. Reynolds bestselling book “Someday.”
Each page of the book is represented as a dance set.
Email: NAYB.firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 212-945-2926 or visit newamericanyouthballet.org.
This charming ballet, which coincides with the 400th year anniversary of Cervantes and his novel Don Quixote, will be performed with the lush, immersive sound of a full symphony orchestra conducted by Maestro Alan Aurelia; with music co-written by Ms. Flores and Dr. Alan Turry. While conceived as a Mother’s Day tribute, the universal appeal of this ballet will resonate with parents, children, and family members of all ages - a new tradition.
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