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The NYTB at New York Live Arts Benefit

The NYTB at New York Live Arts Benefit

Company:

New York Theatre Ballet; New York Live Arts

Location:

iTrulli & New York Live Arts

Dates:

Saturday, February 27, 2016 - 4:30pm

Tickets:

admin@nytb.org

Company:
New York Theatre Ballet; New York Live Arts

New York Theatre Ballet invites you to attend NYTB at New York Live Arts Benefit on February 27, 2016. The evening includes a pre-performance dinner at 4:30pm at iTrulli followed by a performance of Legends & Visionaries at 7:30pm.  iTrulli is located at 122 East 27th Street, NYC,  and New York Live Arts is located at 219 W. 19th Street, NYC. Benefit tickets are $200 and include the dinner and one ticket to the performance. Please RSVP by February 20, 2016, by emailing Laura at admin@nytb.org or calling (212) 679-0401.


Legends & Visionaries runs from February 24-27, 2016 with performances on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7:30pm; and Saturday at 2pm and 7:30pm.  Tickets start at $15, and are available online at http://newyorklivearts.org/event/nytb_2016, by calling the Live Arts box office at 212.691.6500, or by visiting the box office, Monday-Saturday 1pm - 9pm and Sunday 1pm - 8pm.  


New York Theatre Ballet will present four ballets in an unforgettable evening. The program includes: the NYTB Premiere of Jerome Robbins' Antique Epigraphs set to Debussy's "6 Épigraphes Antiques", staged by Kyra Nichols; the world premiere of San Francisco choreographer Milissa Payne Bradley's Chemical Bond set to "Serenade Op. 98 Apres un Reve" by Gabriel Fauré; Richard Alston's Such Longing set to "Mazurkas" by Frédéric Chopin, staged by Martin Lawrance; an Untitled World Premiere set to Philip Glass' Piano Etudes choreographed by Zhong-Jing Fang and Steven Melendez, featuring the NYU Steel Drum Ensemble led by Jonathan Haas, Director of NYU Percussion Program, and Josh Quillen, Director of the NYU Steel Drum Ensemble.
 


[New York Theatre Ballet. Photo: Yi Chun-Wu]

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