Further Sight and Sound

Further Sight and Sound
© Erin Baiano, New York City Ballet (The Shaded Line)

Dance can be a way of acknowledging, understanding and accepting our diversity. It is about creating a space for empathy, for exchange, for conversation; to further our common consciousness.
— Dylan Crossman, dancer and choreographer

The series continues with exclusive video of choreographers sharing the creative insights, processes, and musical inspirations behind their recent dance creations. As organizations and artists continue to find their voices on remote and online platforms, this series allows creators of dance to reflect on the creative process.

Lauren Lovette on Tan Dun
The Shaded Line – New York City Ballet
Premiere: David H. Koch Theater, New York, NY, September 2019
Music: Fire Ritual

Andrew McNicol on Peter Gregson
Yonder Blue – Joffrey Ballet
Premiere: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL, April 2019
Music: Quartets

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Robert Binet and Missy Mazzoli
Orpheus Alive – National Ballet of Canada
Premiere: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, November 2019
Music: Orpheus Alive

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Gabrielle Lamb on Daniel Wohl
Joinery – Whim W'Him
Premiere: Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA, January 2018
Music: Source and Ouverture

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(July 2020)