December 31, 2013
Queen Elizabeth II’s New Year’s Honors List includes Sir Simon Rattle, the Liverpool-born conductor, as well as Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Angela Lansbury.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
The American Realness festival has opened at the Abrons Arts Center with a mélange of performance art accented by music and choreography.
The Metropolitan Museum is dotted with paintings that have been left incomplete, giving viewers hints into the impulses behind the genius of Degas, Bassano, Greuze, Rembrandt and others.
In “a quartet,” Heather Kravas plays with patterns and the word “want.”
Focus Dance, an annual sampler, brought works by Doug Elkins and Vicky Shick to the Joyce Theater.
The 2014 Lincoln Center Festival will feature the Bolshoi Ballet as well as Heisei Nakamura-za, the Japanese Kabuki company.
The Bolshoi has opened a weeklong series of performances of Alexei Ratmansky’s “Lost Illusions” at the Palais Garnier in Paris.
At just 45, Alexei Ratmansky is making his mark as the most historically conscious choreographer alive, the most travel-hungry and the most prolific.
At the Association of Performing Arts Presenters meets in New York, one subject delegates are sure to ponder is the choosing of dance groups to present in coming months.
New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theater’s “Nutcracker” productions demonstrate how dancers evolve as they advance to new roles.
Damian Woetzel, a onetime principal with New York City Ballet, has found a mission as director of the Vail International Dance Festival.
Heather Kravas weaves themes of labor and repetition in “a quartet,” choreography that blends folk dance and ballet, at the Coil Festival.
Few things say Christmas in New York quite as vividly as the “Radio City Christmas Spectacular.”
Michele Wiles, a former principal with American Ballet Theater, says she’s given up safety by leading her own company, Ballet Next.