The company, performing at the Lincoln Centre as part of its 50th-anniversary celebrations, performed a three-act program billed Infinity, a series of divertissements and two one-act ballets by British choreographer Wayne McGregor and Bangarra Dance Theatre's Stephen Page. The performance began with a brief history of the company, accompanied by film relating to the AB's history. AB senior artist Reiko Hombo performed a pas de deux from Don Quixote with Chengwu Guo in a program that also featured excerpts from Giselle, Stephen Baynes's Molto Vivace and Stanton Welch's Divergence.
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Hombo, a senior artist with the Australian Ballet, was on a high after her opening night performance at New York City's Lincoln Centre: "I've just come off stage and I can't wipe the smile from my face. I feel so lucky to be dancing in New York."