Paul Taylor’s Aureole & Dialogues in G-Major
Marigny Opera Ballet‘s third program for the 2019-20 season includes two contemporary ballets:
Legendary choreographer Paul Taylor created Aureole in 1962. It is one of the most respected dance works of the time, for its grace and technical difficulty. Taylor’s combination of subtlety of ballet with the spontaneity of everyday gesture made him a powerful force in modern dance. Accompanied by the New Resonance Orchestra, Francis Scully, Conductor
DIALOGUES IN G MAJOR
Gambit-Award nominee Gretchen Erickson presents a world premiere: a joyous work set to Bach’s Cello Suite Number One. Accompanied by LPO cellist Philip von Maltzahn.
House doors open approximately one hour before showtime. Ballets often sell out, so please consider advance tickets. Season subscriber have first-come, first-serve access to premier seating. Late arrivals forfeit premier seating on sold out show nights.