I’m a bit behind on my updates here, so forgive me. Here are a few things I’ve seen in the last few weeks.

  1. A new cast of Liebeslieder at NYCB.
New York City Ballet in George Balanchine’s <I>Liebeslieder Walzer</I>.<br />© Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)
New York City Ballet in George Balanchine’s LIebeslieder Walzer. © Paul Kolnik

2. The bharata natyam dancer Aparna Ramaswamy, at the Joyce.

Aparna Ramaswamy.<br />© and courtesy of NCPA. (Click image for larger version)
Aparna Ramaswamy. © courtesy of NCPA

 

3. Kim Brandstrup’s new ballet, Jeux, at NYCB.

Sara Mearns in Kim Brandstrup's Jeux.© Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)
Sara Mearns in Kim Brandstrup’s Jeux. © Paul Kolnik

 

4. A new Mark Morris at ABT.

Arron Scott, Stella Abrera and Calvin Royal III in After You by Mark Morris.© Rosalie O'Connor. (Click image for larger version)
Arron Scott, Stella Abrera and Calvin Royal III in After You by Mark Morris. © Rosalie O’Connor.

5. The contemporary kathak dancer Aakash Odedra, part of the White Light Festival.

Aakash Odedra in Murmur.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)
Aakash Odedra in Murmur. © Foteini Christofilopoulou.

 

6. Two mixed bills at ABT, including The Green Table and Spectre de la Rose.

ABT in <I>The Green Table</I>.<br />© Rosalie O'Connor. (Click image for larger version)
ABT in The Green Table. © Rosalie O’Connor.

 

And here are two features for the Times:

 

  1. On Hagoromo, a new collaboration between David Michalek, Nathan Davis, the ICE ensemble, and David Neumann, premiering at BAM in November.
Andrea Mohin for the Times.

 

2. The José Limon Company at the Joyce.

José Limon, by Everett.

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