This week’s New Combinations episode of City Ballet The Podcast features two recordings of Inside NYCB presentations made at Lincoln Center. The first is a conversation between choreographer Pam Tanowitz and NYCB Ballet Master Craig Hall, just two days after the 2019 premiere of her Bartók Ballet; Tanowitz describes her collaborative approach to the rehearsal studio, sharing that she’ll warn dancers, “If you don’t want to do something, don’t show me, because I’ll love it.” Resident Choreographer Justin Peck is interviewed by former Miami City Ballet dancer Michael Breeden in the second half of the episode, reflecting on his personal history as a choreographer, from tap dancing at age nine to tweaking works commissioned and performed by the Company. (19:11)
String Quartet No. 5 (1934) by Béla Bartόk
USA III: Rail (2012) by Dan Deacon
Sisyphus (2019) by Andrew Bird
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