Seen and Heard

Seen and Heard

Seen at New York City Ballet: With a multitude of premieres in one season, much of the onus of the design side of New York City Ballet falls upon lighting designer Mark Stanley to make each piece look fresh and original. One of this season’s world premieres was Finnish choreographer Jorma Elo’s Slice to Sharp, a crisp contemporary ballet performed with a chamber orchestra and two solo violins. The eight dancers glide in pairs, almost as it on ice, starting out in a moody

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