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School of American Ballet Workshop: June 4, 2022

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The program was just announced for the 2022 SAB Workshop:

Before the public announcement later this spring, we are thrilled to share the School of American Ballet’s 2022 Workshop Performances program with you! Our return to the stage of the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Lincoln Center is sure to be memorable as we celebrate Suki Schorer's fiftieth anniversary as a member of SAB's faculty and pay tribute to Kay Mazzo upon her retirement as Chairman of Faculty.

New Reisen Ballet
World Premiere
Music by Philip Glass
Choreography by Gianna Reisen

Circus Polka
Music by Igor Stravinsky
Choreography by Jerome Robbins
Staged by Dena Abergel
and Arch Higgins

A Suite for Kay
Balanchine Variations 
in honor of Kay Mazzo
Choreography by 
George Balanchine
Details to be announced

Symphony in C 
(4th Movement and Finale)
Music by Georges Bizet
Choreography by
George Balanchine
Staged by Suki Schorer


Workshop Performances will take place on: 

Saturday, June 4 at 2 pm & 8 pm and
Monday, June 6 at 7 pm (Benefit Performance)
at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater at Lincoln Center.

Saturday's performances will honor Suki Schorer's fiftieth anniversary of teaching at SAB. Monday's Workshop Performance Benefit will honor Kay Mazzo and her leadership during her tenure as Chairman of the Faculty. 

Donors Circle members enjoy Advanced Ticketing starting in late March and Priority Seating. Tickets go on sale to the general public in mid-April. If you would like to become a Donors Circle member, please upgrade or make a gift today online or by calling the Development Office at 212.769.6699.

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I LOVE that they're doing Symphony in C and honoring Suki Schorer's 50th and Kay Mazzo's leadership. The last movement in the Bizet is often one of the first roles female apprentices perform (if they don't join during Nutcracker) so it makes sense for the students and it's such a boon for the audience. I wonder if they'll use the original Karinska costumes or those new ones.

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