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 Post subject: NYCB in Paris - September 2008
PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 2:49 am 
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Paris Repertory - September 2008

New York City Ballet has announced their programme for the visit to Paris (Opera Bastille) in September 2008.

All performances are evening (7.30 or 8.00pm) unless stated.

Programme 1: Balanchine
Divertimento n° 15
Épisodes
Vienna Watzes
9, 11, 13 September

Programme 2: Balanchine/Robbins
Sérénade
Symphony in Three Movements
Brahms / Handel Variations
10, 12 September

Programme 3: Balanchine/Martins/Wheeldon/Robbins
Duo Concertant
Hallelujah Junction
After the Rain
Dances at a Gathering
13, 16, 20 (matinee) September

Programme 4: Wheeldon/Balanchine/Martins/Robbins
Carousel (A Dance)
Tarantella
Barber Violin Concerto
West Side Story Suite
19, 20, 21 (matinee) September

In contrast to London, top price seats are only 80€ (about ₤60), with some as low as 5€ (₤3.70).

Booking opens in June.


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Clement Crisp reviews a performance by New York City Ballet at the Opera Bastille on Tuesday, September 9, 2008 in the Financial Times:

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