Misty Copeland, James Whiteside
Principal Dancer Marcelo Gomes discovers inspiration for his Company Premiere in Tchaikovsky's Souvenir de Florence, the composer's glorious tribute to the gracious melodies and carefree brightness of Italian lyricism.
The work consists of four movements, the first of which was premiered by American Ballet Theatre as Aftereffect in 2013 at the David H. Koch Theater.
Choreography by: Marcelo Gomes
Music by: Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
Set by: Françoise Gilot
Costumes by: Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung
In the shadow of the Second World War, this modern classic brings 1940s American life center stage as young lovers lindy, jitterbug and polka to the ebullient songs of The Andrews Sisters, including "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "Tico-Tico" and "Bei Mir Bist du SchÃ¶n."
Choreography by: Paul Taylor
Staged by: Cathy McCann Buck
Music by: Songs sung by The Andrews Sisters
Costumes by: Santo Loquasto
Lighting by: Jennifer Tipton, recreated by Brad Fields