01.10.13 by Jeff

NYC Ballet Presents “New Beginnings”

NYC Ballet Presents New Beginnings a tribute to 911

I wish I had seen this sooner. The New York City Ballet created this beautiful tribute to 911, on the 57th floor of the 4WTC building. It was released on September 12th as a hopeful look forward. Watch below!



 

nycballet.com

 

MUSIC
Spiegel Im Spiegel by Arvo Part
with kind permission of Universal Edition AG Vienna
Courtesy of Naxos of America, Inc.

CHOREOGRAPHY
After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon

DANCERS
Maria Kowroski
Ask la Cour

VIDEO
Directed by Davi Russo
Edited by Tim Zeigler
Produced by Radical Media
Executive Produced by Gregg Carlesimo
Executive Produced by Maya Brewster
Produced by Logan Luchsinger

Developed in collaboration with DDB New York
© 2013 New York City Ballet, Inc.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Annie Dunckel

    I really appreciate you giving some of your space to dance lately. Thank you.





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