39 relations: A Midsummer Night's Dream (ballet), Agon (ballet), Anna Kisselgoff, Appalachia Waltz (ballet), Ash (ballet), Carnival of the Animals (ballet), Carousel (ballet), Chaconne (ballet), Dances at a Gathering, Delight of the Muses, Episodes (ballet), Fancy Free (ballet), Fanfare (ballet), George Balanchine, Glass Pieces, I'm Old Fashioned (ballet), In the Night (ballet), Interplay (ballet), Ives, Songs, La valse, Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme (ballet), Les Gentilhommes, Les petits riens, Mozartiana (ballet), New York City Ballet, Robert Schumann's Davidsbündlertänze, School of American Ballet, Swan Lake (Martins), Symphony in C (ballet), Symphony in Three Movements (ballet), The Four Temperaments (ballet), The Goldberg Variations (ballet), The Nutcracker (Balanchine), The Prodigal Son (ballet), The Sleeping Beauty (ballet), Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No. 2 (ballet), Union Jack (ballet), Vienna Waltzes, Wendy Perron.
A Midsummer Night's Dream is a two-act ballet choreographed by George Balanchine to Felix Mendelssohn's music to Shakespeare's play of the same name.
Agon (1957) is a ballet for twelve dancers, with music by Igor Stravinsky and choreography by George Balanchine.
Anna Kisselgoff (born 12 January 1938) is a dance critic and cultural news reporter for The New York Times.
Appalachia Waltz is a ballet made by Miriam Mahdaviani to excerpts from Edgar Meyer and Mark O'Connor's Appalachia Waltz and was part of New York City Ballet's Diamond Project.
Ash is a ballet made by New York City Ballet's ballet master in chief Peter Martins to Ash (1991) by Michael Torke.
Carnival of the Animals is a ballet made by Christopher Wheeldon on New York City Ballet to Camille Saint-Saëns' eponymous music.
Carousel (A Dance) is a ballet made by New York City Ballet resident choreographer Christopher Wheeldon to the music of "Carousel Waltz" and "If I Loved You" (1945) by Richard Rodgers, arranged and orchestrated by William David Brohn.
Chaconne is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and ballet master George Balanchine to ballet music from Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice (Vienna, 1762; Paris, 1774).
Dances at a Gathering is a ballet made by New York City Ballet ballet master Jerome Robbins to the music of Frédéric Chopin: The premiere took place on Thursday, 22 May 1969 at the New York State Theater, Lincoln Center, with costumes by Joe Eula and lighting by Thomas Skelton.
Delight of the Muses is a ballet made by New York City Ballet's ballet master in chief Peter Martins to eponymous music by Charles Wuorinen, commissioned by City Ballet as part of its commemoration of the bicentennial of the death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Episodes is a two-part ballet made by Martha Graham and George Balanchine to Anton von Webern's Symphony, Op.
Fancy Free is a ballet by Jerome Robbins, subsequently ballet master of New York City Ballet, made on Ballet Theatre, predecessor of American Ballet Theatre, to a score by Leonard Bernstein, with scenery by Oliver Smith, costumes by Kermit Love and lighting by Ronald Bates.
Fanfare is a one-act ballet made by New York City Ballet ballet master Jerome Robbins to Benjamin Britten's The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra, Op.34 (1945), in celebration of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
George Balanchine (born Georgiy Melitonovich Balanchivadze; January 22, 1904April 30, 1983) was a choreographer.
Glass Pieces is a ballet made by New York City Ballet ballet master Jerome Robbins to Philip Glass' "Rubric" and "Façades" from Glassworks and excerpts from his opera Akhnaten.
I'm Old Fashioned (The Astaire Variations) is a ballet made by New York City Ballet balletmaster Jerome Robbins to Morton Gould's adaptation of a theme by Jerome Kern, “I'm Old Fashioned,” to a Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth sequence from the film You Were Never Lovelier.
In the Night is a ballet in one act made by New York City Ballet ballet master Jerome Robbins to nocturnes of Frédéric Chopin.
Interplay is a ballet in one act made by Jerome Robbins, subsequently ballet master of New York City Ballet, for Billy Rose's Concert Varieties to Morton Gould's 1945 American Concertette.
Ives, Songs is a ballet made by New York City Ballet ballet master Jerome Robbins to songs of Charles Ives.
La valse, poème chorégraphique pour orchestre (a choreographic poem for orchestra), is a work written by Maurice Ravel between February 1919 and 1920; it was first performed on 12 December 1920 in Paris.
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme refers to two different ballets by George Balanchine set to Richard Strauss's Concert Suite (1924),Kisselgoff, Anna.
Les Gentilhommes is a ballet for nine men choreographed by New York City Ballet's balletmaster-in-chief Peter Martins to Georg Friedrich Händel's 1739 Concerti Grossi, Op.
Les petits riens (French for "The Little Nothings") was a ballet in one act and three tableaux by Jean-Georges Noverre, with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, created at the Academie Royale de Music in Paris before 11 June 1778.
Mozartiana is a ballet by New York City Ballet co-founder and balletmaster George Balanchine which opened their Tschaikovsky Festival.
New York City Ballet (NYCB) is a ballet company founded in 1948 by choreographer George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein.
Robert Schumann’s “Davidsbündlertänze” is one of the last major works made by New York City Ballet's founding choreographer and balletmaster-in-chief George Balanchine.
The School of American Ballet (SAB) is an American classical ballet school and is the associate school of the New York City Ballet, a ballet company based at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.
Swan Lake is a two-act ballet made by New York City Ballet (NYCB) ballet master in chief Peter Martins (after Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov, and George Balanchine) to Tschaikovsky's eponymous music (1875–56).
Symphony in C, originally titled Le Palais de Cristal, is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and balletmaster George Balanchine to Georges Bizet's Symphony in C (1855).
Symphony in Three Movements is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and balletmaster George Balanchine for the opening night of the New York City Ballet Stravinsky Festival, based on Igor Stravinsky's 1942–45 Symphony in Three Movements, with lighting by Mark Stanley.
The Four Temperaments is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and ballet master George Balanchine to music he commissioned from Paul Hindemith (the latter's eponymous 1940 music for string orchestra and piano) for the opening program of Ballet Society, immediate forerunner of City Ballet.
The Goldberg Variations is a ballet made by New York City Ballet's ballet master Jerome Robbins to Johann Sebastian Bach's eponymous music from 1742, BWV 988, his only work in the form of theme and variations; the theme is a sarabande he wrote for his second wife.
Choreographer George Balanchine's production of Tchaikovsky's ballet The Nutcracker has become the most famous stage production of the ballet performed in the U.S. (Mikhail Baryshnikov's production is the most famous television version, although it too originated onstage.) It uses the plot of the Alexandre Dumas, père, version of E.T.A. Hoffmann's tale, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King (1816).
The Prodigal Son, or Le Fils prodigue, Op.
The Sleeping Beauty (Спящая красавица / Spyashchaya krasavitsa) is a ballet in a prologue and three acts, first performed in 1890.
Tschaikovsky Piano Concerto No.
Union Jack is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and founding choreographer George Balanchine to traditional British tunes, hornpipe melodies and music-hall songs, ca.
Vienna Waltzes (at one time called Wiener Walzer) is a ballet made by New York City Ballet co-founder and founding choreographer George Balanchine to music by Johann Strauss, Jr., Franz Lehár, and Richard Strauss.
Wendy Perron is a dancer, choreographer, and teacher who was the Editor in Chief of Dance Magazine from 2004 to 2013.