New York City Ballet Analysis

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New York City Ballet: Moves On March 12th through the 13th the New York City Ballet preformed their forgoing show, Moves at Christopher Newport’s Ferguson Center of the Arts. The New City Ballet is one of the cutting edge American dance companies of this generation. Founded by Lincoln Kirstein and George Balanchine in 1946 this company has been dancing strong for 70 years. “The foremost creative ballet troupe in the world” announced by the New York Times. The first performance piece was “Hallelujah Junction”, choreography by Peter Martins, Music by John Adams, and Lighting by Mark Stanley. This piece featured the theme of dancing with the devil. It starts off with a grim lit trio where Sterling Hyltin and Amar Ramasar were dressed in white as if they symbolized a godly glow of angels and Andrew Veyette was dressed in black to show the villainous of the devil him self. Hyltin, Ramasar, and Veyette are just three of the principle dancers out of seven principles. Which means they are the most important like the candles on a cake, the two Soloists would be the…show more content…
These performances had no featured theme; they were preformed for pure entertainment. They had very similar features in their works. They had a lot of dynamics and showed many pictures and line that you don’t offend see ballet companies do. These pieces were the most unique of the show and really caught my attention from their bright lighting to there seem-less movements. Although this is my first time seeing the New York City Ballet in action I feel like I have had a glimpse into how hard they work to make their shows so admirable. The New York City Ballet show: Moves in one to relive again so I can glance at the allure of the whole
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