Works & Process at the Guggenheim Announces "New York City Ballet: Fall Premieres"
Works & Process at the Guggenheim
Works & Process at the Guggenheim announces New York City Ballet: Fall Premieres, an evening with performances from New York City Ballet company members followed by a discussion moderated by Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan. Tickets available now at www.worksandprocess.org.
New York City Ballet: Fall Premieres
Sunday, September 18, 7:30 pm
Tickets $35, Choose-What-You-Pay
Just days ahead of New York City Ballet's 10th Anniversary Fall Fashion Gala, which will feature world premieres by choreographers Kyle Abraham and Gianna Reisen and a live stage debut by Justin Peck, NYCB company members will perform excerpts and Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan will moderate a discussion.
WORKS & PROCESS AT THE GUGGENHEIM
1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128
ABOUT WORKS & PROCESS
Works & Process gives audiences unprecedented access behind the scenes, with programs that blend artist discussions and performance highlights. These offerings support our goal of fostering greater understanding and appreciation of the performing arts and broadening representation. Works & Process celebrates New York artists and street and social dance. This season the program expands beyond the Guggenheim Museum to also present at Gibney Center, Lincoln Center, and The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, with the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. Works & Process's ongoing LaunchPAD "Process as Destination" residency program knits together a constellation of ten residency centers across New York state to support creative process.
"But praise and gratitude also must go to Works & Process and Jacob's Pillow. These organizations have not only been providing lifelines to artists during the pandemic, they have also been directing attention and resources to dance communities often neglected by the institutions of concert dance." — The New York Times
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