FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2021 @8PM (EST)
Premiere Broadcast - $10
SUNDAY, May 23 - May 6, 2021
OnDemand - $12
Celebrate spring with Neville Dance Theatre as we bring you four World Premieres, professionally filmed by O&K Productions in New York City, plus interviews and behind-the-scenes special footage.
Our 45-minute online concert features the world premieres of sections Classical Grand Pas de Deux and Contemporary from our new, work-in-progress ballet Beethoven Suite plus world premiere re-stagings of Embers and Zephyr from our popular ballet Elements. Program also includes interviews with the choreographers and sneak peaks inside company rehearsals, film shoots, and the making of our exciting spring season.
Register and get your links for our enticing and entertaining online concert event!
"Beethoven Ballet Suite"
Two Section World Premieres
A celebration of the musical works of Ludwig Von Beethoven set along a stylistic and technical journey following the progressive history of ballet.
Section II - "Classical Grand Pas"
With video introduction interview with choreographer Fredrick Davis
A new, classical Grand Pas de Deux with corps de ballet dancers after the stylings of Marius Petipa, filmed at Open Jar Studios in the heart of Times Square - Midtown Manhattan. Choreographed by Fredrick Davis, one of our 2021 'Chance-to-Choreograph' selectee guest artists.
Set to Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 in f Major, Op. 68 "Pastoral"
Section IV - "Contemporary"
With video introduction interview with resident choreographer and Artistic Director Brenda R. Neville
An entertaining and high-energy portrayal of contemporary dance stylings, filmed on-location in Gantry Park, Long Island City, NY.
Set to Beethoven's Symphony No. 1 in C Major, Op. 21: 4. Finale
"Embers" and "Zephyr" from "Elements"
World Premiere Re-Stagings
World premiere re-stagings of sections "Zephyr" (Air) and "Embers" (Fire) from our ballet Elements, which harnesses the moods and energies of the four elements.
Set to the music of Four Tet and Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.