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Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100

Live From Lincoln Center
(Film - 2004 )
Lincoln Center Celebrates Balanchine 100
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This program was presented by New York City Ballet and guest artists from other Lincoln Center companies to celebrate the 100th birthday of George Balanchine. Excerpts from ballets of George Balanchine are introduced by Sarah Jessica Parker and interspersed with compilations of archival footage of Balanchine, introduced (on video) by Susan Stroman. The performance of None but the lonely heart is replayed at the end of the program.
Statement of Responsibility: [presented by] New York City Ballet ; choreography by George Balanchine
Title: Lincoln Center celebrates Balanchine 100
live from Lincoln Center
[videorecording]
Publisher: 2004
Country of Producing Entity: U.S
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (NTSC) (117 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: Complete credits appear at the end of the videorecording, listing corps de ballet and student dancers
Contents: Fanfare for a new theater / music by Igor Stravinsky
None but the lonely heart / music by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky; performed by Carter Brey (cello), Placido Domingo (tenor), conducted by Roberto Minczuk
Harlequinade [excerpt] / music by Riccardo Drigo; danced by by students of the School of American Ballet - Duo concertant [except] / music by Igor Stravinsky; performed by Cho-Liang Lin (violin), Cameron Grant (piano); danced by Yvonne Boree, Peter Boal
Brahms-Schoenberg quartet / music by Johannes Brahms; danced by Damian Woetzel, Wendy Whelan and corps de ballet
Liebeslieder walzer / music by Johannes Brahms; danced by by Darci Kistler, Kyra Nichols, Jenifer Ringer, Miranda Weese, Jared Angle, Nikolaj Hübbe, Philip Neal, Jock Soto
Concerto barocco [excerpt] / music by J.S. Bach, performed by Gil Shaham and Adele Anthony (violins); danced by Maria Kowroski, Rachel Rutherford, James Fayette, and corps de ballet
The man I love (from Who cares?) / music by George Gershwin; performed by Wynton Marsalis (trumpet solo); danced by Alexandra Ansanelli and Nilas Martins
Vienna waltzes / music by Richard Strauss; performed by Kyra Nichols, Charles Askegard, Rachel Rutherford, Albert Evans, Abi Stafford, Benjami Millepied, Amanda Edge, Tom Gold, Jennifer Tinsley, Arch Higgins
Performers: ["Danced by members of New York City Ballet: Yvonne Boree, Peter Boal, Damian Woetzel, Wendy Whelan, Darci Kistler, Kyra Nichols, Jenifer Ringer, Miranda Weese, Jared Angle, Nikolaj Hübbe, Philip Neal, Jock Soto, Maria Kowroski, Rachel Rutherford, James Fayette, Alexandra Ansanelli, Nilas Martins, Charles Askegard, Rachel Rutherford, Albert Evans, Abi Stafford, Benjamin Millepied, Amanda Edge, Tom Gold, Jennifer Tinsley, Arch Higgins.<br/>", "Host: Sarah Jessica Parker. Speakers: Kevin Kline, Susan Stroman.<br/>"]
Event: Recorded at the New York State Theater, New York City, on May 5, 2004, and broadcast live on WNET-13
Summary: This program was presented by New York City Ballet and guest artists from other Lincoln Center companies to celebrate the 100th birthday of George Balanchine. Excerpts from ballets of George Balanchine are introduced by Sarah Jessica Parker and interspersed with compilations of archival footage of Balanchine, introduced (on video) by Susan Stroman. The performance of None but the lonely heart is replayed at the end of the program.
Subject Headings: Balanchine, George Centennial celebrations, etc
Genre/Form: Dance
Video
Research Call Number: *MGZIDVD 5-2394
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