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Free Seminar: 50 Years at Lincoln Center


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#1 mussel

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 07:35 AM

Tickets are free but reservation needed either online or at the box office. If you're NYCB subscribers, you probably receive the following email already:

In Celebration of 50 Years at Lincoln Center
New York City Ballet Invites You to a Panel Discussion and Reception

The discussion will explore the theater's architecture, its unique suitability as an international destination for dance, and the significance of NYCB's move to Lincoln Center in 1964 and its home here today.

Moderator
Anna Kisselgoff, former Chief Dance Critic of The New York Times

Panelists
Hugh Hardy, FAIA, Founding Partner of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture
Kay Mazzo, Co-Chair of Faculty, SAB and former NYCB Principal Dancer
Tom Mellins, Independent Curator
Wendy Whelan, NYCB Principal Dancer

Monday, April 21
Promenade of the David H. Koch Theater
6 PM Panel Discussion
7:30 PM Reception

http://www.nycballet...ntent=version_A

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Posted 20 March 2014 - 08:13 AM

I'm surprised that the Company has not yet announced the program for the Spring Gala, other than the new Peck ballet. I read that the program was going to relate to the fact that it is the Company's 50th anniversary at Lincoln Center, but the specifics have not been revealed.



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Posted 20 March 2014 - 10:14 AM

So many places - the Frick and the 92nd Street Y come immediately to mind - put their talks and discussions online. I'd love to hear this one.




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