The new DanceView is out, and it’s a peach. Among other goodies, it includes a candid and intelligent interview with Tiler Peck by Michael Popkin and a wonderfully vivid piece by Nancy Reynolds on the recent Balanchine Foundation Video session in which Jacques d’Amboise coached passages from “Who Cares?.”  I encourage you subscribe—it’s a great read.

Below, meanwhile, is a link to my roundup of the fall dance season in NYC, including Fall for Dance, Arthur Pita’s “Metamorphosis,” San Francisco Ballet’s New York run (11 ballets!), Forsythe’s “Sider,” Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s “Cesena” and “En Atendant,” and Martha Clarke’s “Chéri.”

Letter from NY

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