From the company:
New York- Trio Con Brio, set to music by Mikhail Glinka, was choreographed at Jacob's Pillow in 1952. Considered an experimental project by Tudor, the outcome was a departure from his usual psychological dances. The work remained unknown until this past summer when footage was discovered in the archives at Jacob's Pillow. Diana Byer, NYTB's Artistic Director has taken the challenge of reconstructing the work from the 16 mm film and music score. NYTB's principal dancer, Elena Zahlmann will dance the leading female role both evenings. The music will be performed live by NYTB music director Ferdy Tumakaka.
The second performance in New York Theatre Ballet's Dance On A Shoestring series will take place at 7 pm on Friday and Saturday, November 14 & 15 at The Dance Gallery, 30 East 31st Street, 5th Floor, NYC. Hailed as a "discreet little pearl in the oyster of New York dance", by Jennifer Dunning of The New York Times, this performance marks the opening of NYTB's 30th Anniversary season featuring Antony Tudor's lost ballet Trio Con Brio.
Join New York Theatre Ballet and Ballet School NY for an evening of dance and music That includes many of the works seen on their most recent mid west tour. The intimate Dance Gallery offers a unique performance experience where the audience not only sees the dance, but can observe behind-the-scenes elements of an informal theatrical experience. Children from Ballet School NY will also be featured on the program.
Tickets are only $10 and seating is extremely limited. Please reserve in advance by calling 212-679-0401 or visit our new website at www.nytb.org.
New York Theatre Balletís Dance On A Shoestring - 30th Anniv. SeasonFeaturing Antony Tudorís Trio Con Brio
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