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Festival in the Suburbs

Jul 12, 2019 - Jul 13, 2019 @ 12:00 PM

  Festival In The Suburbs a multi-day fashion, music & arts festival held in the suburbs of Orange County, NY.  It features emerging fashion designer showcases, live bands, notable model agents to hold casting calls.   It is also a national model search to find the "Billionaire 9"; nine new-face models that will travel across the United States together...

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NYCB’s opening night and its Thursday matinee will celebrate three of Balanchine’s iconic ballets set to Tschaikovsky’s compositions, whose music was a great inspiration to the New York City Ballet co-founder.   Serenade, the first original ballet Balanchine created in America, is a milestone in the history of dance and remains a beloved, luminous work in the repertoire. Mozartiana,...

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Varied Trio (in four) by NYCB Ballet Master Jean-Pierre Frohlich is a collection of short dances for a couple whose movements resonate with the simple, minimalist Lou Harrison score.   Set to a commissioned score for full orchestra, Justin Peck’s new work – his fourth collaboration with acclaimed composer and singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens – will premiere as part of New York City...

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NYCB’s Thursday matinee will celebrate three of Balanchine’s iconic ballets set to Tschaikovsky’s compositions, whose music was a great inspiration to the New York City Ballet co-founder.   Serenade, the first original ballet Balanchine created in America, is a milestone in the history of dance and remains a beloved, luminous work in the repertoire. Mozartiana,...

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New York City Ballet: Coppélia

Jul 18, 2019 - Jul 19, 2019 @ 8:00 PM

This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).

Considered one of the greatest comedic ballets of the 19th Century, Coppélia premiered in Saratoga in 1974 and was co-commissioned by SPAC. Choreographed by George Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova after Marius Petipa, it has remained one of the best-loved classical works in the ballet repertory. Called one of the “happiest ballets in existence,” it tells the story...

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Considered one of the greatest comedic ballets of the 19th Century, Coppélia premiered in Saratoga in 1974 and was co-commissioned by SPAC. Choreographed by George Balanchine and Alexandra Danilova after Marius Petipa, it has remained one of the best-loved classical works in the ballet repertory. Called one of the “happiest ballets in existence,” it tells the story...

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SPAC’s New York City Ballet Gala

Jul 20, 2019 @ 08:00 PM

SPAC’s New York City Ballet Gala will celebrate “Apollo & The Muses: A Summer Celebration” inspired by the ballet. Balanchine’s first collaboration with Stravinsky and one of his earliest international successes, Apollo presents the young god as he is ushered into adulthood by the muses of poetry, mime, and dance.   This Bitter Earth is a pas de deux from Christopher Wheeldon’s...

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Opening Night of The Philadelphia Orchestra’s August residency will continue the new tradition of featuring Tchaikovsky’s famed 1812 Overture, complete with fireworks, live cannon fire and dancers from Pennsylvania Ballet, as the kick-off to the 2019 orchestra season. New to the program for 2019, will be the SPAC premiere of dancers from the Philadelphia Dance Company (PHILADANCO)....

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Leopold Stokowski, known for his long association with The Philadelphia Orchestra, was a cultural pioneer, bringing the latest in art and music to Philadelphia in the early 1900s and presenting it in bold, new ways – most notably his incredible interpretations of famous baroque works.   This robust program features Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D, which has become a vastly...

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