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Performer: Justin Peck

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New York CityNew Combinations

Feldman, Nyman
Justin Peck; Merce Cunningham; Christopher Wheeldon; New York City Ballet

New York CityVisionary Voices

Shaw
Jamar Roberts; Justin Peck; Pam Tanowitz; New York City Ballet

New York CityStravinsky Festival I

Stravinsky
Justin Peck; George Balanchine; New York City Ballet
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New York CityNew Works Festival

Bell, Schnittke, Jara, Akinmusire, Thile
Sidra Bell; Pam Tanowitz; Russell Janzen; Andrea Miller; Jamar Roberts; Justin Peck; New York City Ballet; Caitlin Taylor; Ghaleb Kayali; Emily Kikta; Mira Nadon
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New York City Ballet's Spring Gala: a sign of normality returning

Sofia Coppola's film closed on a note of optimism. The message seemed to be: “Normality is just around the corner. We’re coming back.” 
*****
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NYCB tries pandemic choreography

New York City Ballet ends its Fall Digital Season with a festival of new choreography, including works by Justin Peck and Pam Tanowitz. 
***11
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Confident new works from the Joffrey Ballet

The Joffrey Ballet presents a roster of choreographers with new approaches, a positive impression for the future of ballet. 
*****
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Ratmansky world premiere engages with the Voices

Alexei Ratmansky draws out exceptional individual qualities of each of five ballerinas in his intriguing world premiere for New York City Ballet, set to spoken word and live piano.

A lively evening of pure dance from San Francisco Ballet

An enjoyable evening of thematic dance but without any insights into the future of ballet. 
***11
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A hit and a miss from Justin Peck and epic Balanchine

Ballets live and die by their scores – as Balanchine knew when he kept returning to Stravinsky. His Symphony in Three Movements will live forever, as will Justin Peck's The Times are Racing, to Dan Deacon's America.
***11
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