Why See Boston Ballet - Classic Balanchine?
The Legend Lives
Join the Boston Ballet as they pay tribute to the Father of American Ballet with this presentation of three of his most popular works. Arriving in the US in 1933, he found immediate success choreographing pieces both for the stage and Hollywood. In 1948, he co-founded the New York City Ballet and was its Artistic Director for 35 years.
With a distinctive style that fused both classical balled with modern ideas, his work invigorated American Ballet and in addition to perennial recitals with companies up and down the country, has gone on to inspire every generation of choreographers that have succeeded him.
Prodigal Son (1929)
Stravinsky Violin Concerto (1972)
Opening night: 19 May 2018
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