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Dance, art galleries, museums, lectures -- you name it, there are plenty of things to do in NYC. From the New York City Ballet, to Alvin Ailey, from performances at the Metropolitan Opera, to live music at Madison Square Garden, New York has it all. Here is a selection of what's going on in New York this week.

Jeu de Cartes - New York City Ballet
June 02, 2012 -

"Years ago, George Balanchine suggested that I choreograph Stravinsky's Jeu de Cartes, not as a ballet about a card game but as an abstraction. I wasn't interested. But when I heard the score recently, I was struck by its jazzy vitality, and I've decided to take Mr. B.'s advice."— Peter MartinsIgor Stravinsky (1882-1971) entered law school in 1901, at the age of 19. That year he also gave his first public piano recital and began studying piano and composition with Rimsky-Korsakov in St. Petersburg. He was to become, before his death, one of the greatest composers and musical innovators of the 20th century, mastering musical styles from Romanticism to Neoclassicism to Serialism. Stravinsky came to the attention of Sergei Diaghilev in 1910, who asked him to orchestrate two pieces by Chopin for the ballet Les Sylphides, and then to compose an original ballet. The result, Firebird, projected both Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and the young composer to worldwide acclaim. His ballets for Diaghilev's Ballets Russes also included Petrushka, choreographed by Michael Fokine, The Rite of Spring, choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky, and Apollon Musagète (Apollo), choreographed by George Balanchine. His music has been used in over 30 ballets originating with New York City Ballet from 1948 through 1992, including Danses Concertantes, Orpheus, The Cage, Agon, Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Rubies, Symphony in Three Movements, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Concerto for Two Solo Pianos, Suite from L'histoire du Soldat, Concertino, and Jeu de Cartes. He composed Jeu de Cartes (Card Game: A Ballet in Three Deals) for the first Stravinsky Festival mounted by George Balanchine at the Metropolitan Opera in 1937. In the original version dancers were costumed to represent the four suits in a deck of cards, and the joker was the central character.

Moves - New York City Ballet
June 02, 2012 -

Recognizing that "music guides the spectators' responses to the happenings on the stage," Mr. Robbins created a ballet without music because, he said, "I wanted the audience to concentrate on movement" and on "relationships between people -- man and woman, one and another, the individual and the group." (As quoted in Balanchine's Stories of the Great Ballets.)

Symphony in C - New York City Ballet
June 02, 2012 -

Bizet composed his Symphony in C major when he was a 17-year-old pupil of Charles Gounod at the Paris Conservatory. The manuscript was lost for decades, and was published only after it was discovered in the Conservatory's library in 1933. Balanchine first learned of the long-vanished score from Stravinsky. He required only two weeks to choreograph it as Le Palais de Cristal for the Paris Opera Ballet, where he was serving as a guest ballet master. When he revived the work the following year for the first performance of New York City Ballet, he simplified the sets and costumes and changed the title. The ballet has four movements, each featuring a different ballerina, danseur, and corps de ballet. The entire cast of 48 dancers from all four movements gather for the rousing finale. Georges Bizet (1838-1875) is best known for Carmen, one of the most successful operas ever written. However, he had more success in his lifetime with non-operatic works. He was an excellent pianist and wrote many pieces for that instrument, including Jeux d'Enfants. Many of the operas Bizet wrote, with the exceptions of Carmen and The Pearl Fishers, were destroyed by the composer or never finished.

Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3 - New York City Ballet
June 02, 2012 -

Balanchine's first setting of music from Tschaikovsky's third suite for orchestra was created in 1947, when Ballet Theatre commissioned him to choreograph the theme and variations that constitute the final movement. Called simply Theme and Variations, the work is a riveting display of classical technique that has become a staple of the ballet repertory. In 1970, Balanchine decided to choreograph the entire suite, incorporating Theme and Variations as the fourth and final movement with only minor revisions. With scenery and costumes by Nicolas Benois, the first three movements are danced in a softly-lit ballroom. The women are dressed in long-flowing dresses and their hair is unbound. In the opening movement, the corps of women dance barefoot. Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky (1840-1893) studied at the Conservatory in St. Petersburg, where Balanchine later studied piano in addition to his studies in dance. Tschaikovsky is one of the most popular and influential of all romantic composers. His work is expressive, melodic, grand in scale, with rich orchestrations. His output was prodigious and included chamber works, symphonies, concerti for various instruments, operas and works for the piano. His creations for the ballet, composed in close partnership with Marius Petipa, include Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty.

The Young Choreographer's Festival - Symphony Space
June 02, 2012 - New York

An evening of dance not to be missed!

The Young Choreographer’s Festival is celebrating its third year by producing the work of 11 of the most up and coming 18-25year old choreographers, selected by a highly esteemed panel and 10 Special Guests including Michele Wiles and Camille A. Brown! This year’s performance will include the genres of ballet, contemporary, modern, jazz, street jazz, and tap. 2012 Young Choreographers: Tislarm Bouie, Rachel Charles, Bryn Cohn, Philip Colgan, Alexis Convento, Ann Sterling Dale, Lexi Dysart, Cori Marquis, Jeremy McQueen, Sarah Mettin, Elisabeth Schiffbauer. 2012 Guest Artists: Ballet Next: Michele Wiles; Broadway Dance Center’s Youth Performance Company, Arts in Motion; Camille A. Brown; Cartier Williams; Dana Foglia Dance; DeMa Dance Company; Derek Mitchell; Pascal Rekoert/Flexicurve; Peridance Contemporary Dance Company; Tracie Stanfield.

www.youngchoreographersfestival.com

Fancy Free - New York City Ballet
June 03, 2012 -

Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990), the gifted and versatile American conductor and composer of symphonic music and Broadway shows, was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. At the age of seventeen he entered Harvard, went on to study at the Curtis Institute, and then to Tanglewood.

Serge Koussevitzky took great interest in his talent and promoted his conducting career, and his great chance came when, on short notice, he substituted brilliantly for Bruno Walter, who had become ill. He performed as a conductor and pianist, and lectured at universities and on television. His compositions ranged from the classical to the musical stage, and included Mass, Kaddish, West Side Story (again in collaboration with Jerome Robbins), Candide, and The Age of Anxiety. He was the first native-born American to become conductor of the New York Philharmonic, and he conducted around the world.

Jeu de Cartes - New York City Ballet
June 03, 2012 -

"Years ago, George Balanchine suggested that I choreograph Stravinsky's Jeu de Cartes, not as a ballet about a card game but as an abstraction. I wasn't interested. But when I heard the score recently, I was struck by its jazzy vitality, and I've decided to take Mr. B.'s advice."— Peter MartinsIgor Stravinsky (1882-1971) entered law school in 1901, at the age of 19. That year he also gave his first public piano recital and began studying piano and composition with Rimsky-Korsakov in St. Petersburg. He was to become, before his death, one of the greatest composers and musical innovators of the 20th century, mastering musical styles from Romanticism to Neoclassicism to Serialism. Stravinsky came to the attention of Sergei Diaghilev in 1910, who asked him to orchestrate two pieces by Chopin for the ballet Les Sylphides, and then to compose an original ballet. The result, Firebird, projected both Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and the young composer to worldwide acclaim. His ballets for Diaghilev's Ballets Russes also included Petrushka, choreographed by Michael Fokine, The Rite of Spring, choreographed by Vaslav Nijinsky, and Apollon Musagète (Apollo), choreographed by George Balanchine. His music has been used in over 30 ballets originating with New York City Ballet from 1948 through 1992, including Danses Concertantes, Orpheus, The Cage, Agon, Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Rubies, Symphony in Three Movements, Stravinsky Violin Concerto, Concerto for Two Solo Pianos, Suite from L'histoire du Soldat, Concertino, and Jeu de Cartes. He composed Jeu de Cartes (Card Game: A Ballet in Three Deals) for the first Stravinsky Festival mounted by George Balanchine at the Metropolitan Opera in 1937. In the original version dancers were costumed to represent the four suits in a deck of cards, and the joker was the central character.

Tschaikovsky Suite No. 3 - New York City Ballet
June 03, 2012 -

Balanchine's first setting of music from Tschaikovsky's third suite for orchestra was created in 1947, when Ballet Theatre commissioned him to choreograph the theme and variations that constitute the final movement. Called simply Theme and Variations, the work is a riveting display of classical technique that has become a staple of the ballet repertory. In 1970, Balanchine decided to choreograph the entire suite, incorporating Theme and Variations as the fourth and final movement with only minor revisions. With scenery and costumes by Nicolas Benois, the first three movements are danced in a softly-lit ballroom. The women are dressed in long-flowing dresses and their hair is unbound. In the opening movement, the corps of women dance barefoot. Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky (1840-1893) studied at the Conservatory in St. Petersburg, where Balanchine later studied piano in addition to his studies in dance. Tschaikovsky is one of the most popular and influential of all romantic composers. His work is expressive, melodic, grand in scale, with rich orchestrations. His output was prodigious and included chamber works, symphonies, concerti for various instruments, operas and works for the piano. His creations for the ballet, composed in close partnership with Marius Petipa, include Swan Lake, The Nutcracker and The Sleeping Beauty.

Wear it like a crown - Brooklyn Academy of Music
Through June 03, 2012 - Fort Greene

An arresting tableau of theatrics passes from shadows into light in Wear it like a crown, the latest triumph from Sweden's Cirkus Cirkor (Inside Out, 2009 Next Wave Festival). Consisting of six interlocking stories of solitary dreamers who yearn to connect with the world by way of juggling, knife-throwing, daredevil acrobatics, dance, and mime, Cirkus Cirkor rekindles the narrative possibilities of traditional vaudeville while leaping forward with a new circus aesthetic.

Anchored by the lush folk-inflected chamber pop of Norwegian chanteuse Rebekka Karijord, Wear it like a crown explores a world in which magic and redemption are possible.

Post Plastica - El Museo del Barrio
Through June 03, 2012 - New York

"Carmelita Tropicana lights up New York's performance venues with colorful, hilarious, and brain-twisting narratives." -Time Out New York. Part live performance, part video installation, this piece offers a glimpse into a future in which celebrity culture has pitched a battle between the primacy of virtual and artistic lives; in which revolutionaries keep bees in a secret underground; and in which a half-woman, half-bear scientist has gained the upper hand... Featuring Becca Blackwell, Erin Markey, and Carmelita Tropicana. Each evening will be begin at 6pm in El Museo's El Cafe with complimentary pre-show talks featuring guest experts, curated by the artists. Check back soon for a list of speakers and topics. Performances begin in El Museo's El Teatro at 7:30pm. Tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/912058

Dramatists Guild Fund's 50th Anniversary Gala - Mandarin Oriental New York
June 03, 2012 - New York

On June 3, the Dramatists Guild Fund will host their 50th Anniversary Gala at the Mandarin Oriental New York. This year’s event, hosted by Jon Cryer, will honor Chicago and Cabaret composer John Kander.

Performances and tributes will be given by well-known members of the theater community including Liza Minnelli, Chita Rivera, Bebe Neuwirth, Christie Brinkley, Stockard Channing, Joel Grey, Rob Marshall, Susan Stroman, Debra Monk, Karen Ziemba and Joshua Henry. Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (Academy Award-winning films Chicago, Hairspray, Footloose, and TV's SMASH) are honorary co-chairs of the event. The cocktail reception will begin at 6:30pm, followed by the dinner and celebration at 7:30pm. For ticket information, visit www.dramatistsguildfund.org/programs/gala/.

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - New York City Ballet
June 05, 2012 - Lincoln Center

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

Caribbean Travel & Cultural Fair Wedding & Travel Mart - Vanderbilt Hall, Grand Central Terminal
June 06, 2012 - New York

The Caribbean Travel and Cultural Fair will bring the color, spirit and vitality of Caribbean culture to life. Tabletop booths manned by Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) member countries, private sector tourism partners and Caribbean Diaspora groups display promotional materials, indigenous products and other items representative of the Caribbean. There will be a Caribbean Wedding, Caribbean Vacation Mart and Women's Relaxation Center. Governments and private sector members of the CTO support the participation of carnival and other cultural dancers, stilt walkers, singers and other entertainers. The Fair is open to the general public. You will want to be there to showcase your product. The Caribbean Wedding is sponsored by http://MarryCaribbean.com. The lucky couple exchanging vows will have their wedding fully paid for and will receive a honeymoon in a romantic Caribbean destination. The couple will also receive gifts from Caribbean countries. Sponsorship opportunities are available. The Caribbean Vacation Mart at the Fair will be one of the main opportunities during Caribbean Week in New York, for potential visitors to the region to get special vacation offerings. We will have a designated area in Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal from which we will have tour operators, travel agents and hoteliers selling Caribbean vacations at special rates. 10am-7pm.

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - New York City Ballet
June 06, 2012 - Lincoln Center

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - New York City Ballet
June 07, 2012 - Lincoln Center

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

Decadancetheatre / Whitney Hunter - SummerStage
June 08, 2012 - Brooklyn

Since 2004, Decadancetheatre has been challenging hip-hop's male-dominated convention, by taking female dancers out of the background of music videos and into the forefront of theatrical performance. Decadancetheatre emerged on the hip-hop scene in 2004 with its acclaimed debut, Decadance vs. The Firebird an urban re-imagination of Stravinsky's famed 1910 ballet. A key ambassador of authentic, New York City hip-hop culture, the company represents a global vision of hip-hop featuring an international roster of dancers. Focusing on all elements, including breakdance, MCing, DJing and graffiti, Decadancetheatre translates the vibrant energy of street culture to the international stage. Decadancetheatre presents an excerpt of their new work 4, set to Antonio Vivaldi's violin concertos, "The Four Seasons." In this new duet, the dancers embody the classical notes and find the hidden hip-hop rhythms within the 289 year-old classic.

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - New York City Ballet
June 08, 2012 - Lincoln Center

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

Spring 2012: Flamenco Latino Adult Student Recital of Dance, Cante and Guitar! - Flamenco Latino Studio Theater
June 08, 2012 - New York

A full-spectrum flamenco performance by Flamenco Latino's adult students featuring...

Flamenco dance Cante Guitar and Ensemble work!

on Friday, June 8th, 2012, 8PM at

Flamenco Latino Studio Theater 244 West 54 Street, 404 New York, NY 10019

Tickets: $12/Advance $15/Door $5/Children

Call 212-399-8519 to reserve. www.flamencolatino.com

Germaul Barnes/Viewsic Expressions Dance / Restoration Dance Theatre Company - SummerStage
June 09, 2012 - Brooklyn

Germaul Barnes/Viewsic Expressions Dance was formed in 1993 by Bessie Award winner, Germaul Barnes. The company has gained world renowned attention, performing across the U.S. and at major international festivals, showcasing its style of contemporary dance that fuses a broad range of movements: athletic, gestural and theatrical. The New York Times has claimed that Barnes, "[has] a stage presence that [is] both larger than life and casual." Barnes has infused this vitality into the company. With a commitment to live music, which is a feature of every performance on its international touring schedule, the company collaborates with leading orchestras, opera companies and musicians such as GRAMMY award winning pianist and composer, Paul Sullivan among numerous others.

The Restoration Dance Theatre Company (RDTC) members are ambassadors for the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation Center for Arts and Culture's Youth Arts Academy Dance Department. The company receives professional training, attends master classes, and participates in the ChoreoQuest mentorship project working with artistic directors and/or choreographers. RDTC has an eclectic repertoire grounded in African, ballet, modern and jazz and performs throughout the tri-state area, and is showcased annually at Brooklyn Academy of Music's, DanceAfrica! with visiting companies from the African diaspora. The ChoreoQuest troupe will perform a special dedication to the late choreographer, Niles Ford.

'A Midsummer Night's Dream' - New York City Ballet
June 09, 2012 - Lincoln Center

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

Pre-Performance Children's Workshop - New York City Ballet
June 09, 2012 - Lincoln Center

Kids ages 4-7 can participate in a 45-minute pre-performance movement workshops. Have your child join the artists of New York City Ballet in an exploration of the music, movement, and themes of "A Midsummer's Night Dream."

NYCB Teaching Artists guide the children in a ballet warm-up and movement combination, concluding in a lively performance for accompanying family and friends.

Performance tickets must be purchased separately. Both children and adults will need a ticket in order to attend.

A Midsummer Night's Dream - New York City Ballet
Through June 10, 2012 -

A ballet about the transforming power of love, George Balanchine's A Midsummer Night's Dream, is based on William Shakespeare's comedy about the romantic adventures and misadventures, quarrels and reunitings, of two pairs of mortal lovers and the king and queen of the fairies. The ballet, through its themes of reality versus illusion, change versus constancy, displays love in all its guises.

Gotham Dance Festival - Joyce Theater
Through June 10, 2012 -

The Festival returns for two weeks with programs featuring cutting-edge artists, world premieres, and Joyce debuts. Week One begins with Brian Brooks Moving Company in the premiere of BIG CITY, a work that examines the concept of rebuilding after a destructive event. The week also highlights choreographer Jodie Gates, who will set work on Ballet X and Colorado Ballet. Sharing the program with Gates will be Peter Quanz, whose Canadian-based company Q Dance/Quanz Danse will perform two works, including In Tandem, set to a score by Steve Reich. Week Two opens with a special one-night celebration featuring multiple artists and continues with the Los Angeles-based BODYTRAFFIC performing a world premiere as well as Stijn Celis' Fragile Dwellings, with a light installation by Erwin Redl. The Festival concludes with Gallim Dance, under the direction of Andrea Miller, who performs a world premiere exploring how the knowledge that we are going to die shapes the way we love. One Night Celebration Program - On Tuesday June 5th, Gotham Arts Exchange celebrates the choreographic work of American women. The program includes work from the legends of our time and the women who bring audience members to their feet. We're also going to throw in a few up and coming voices. Scheduled to participate are: Carmen deLavallade, Carolyn Dorfman, Kate Weare, Monica Bill Barnes, and Camille A. Brown.

Playing with fire - New School for Drama
Through June 10, 2012 - NYC

May 18 to June 10, 2012 at New School for Drama, 151 Bank Street (West Village). Presented by August Strindberg Repertory Theatre and Negro Ensemble Company in association with Theater Resources Unlimited. Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Matinees Saturdays at 2:00 PM and Sundays at 3:00 PM, no shows May 26 and 27 (Memorial Day Weekend). Tickets $18; groups of 20 and more $13.50; students $9. TDF accepted. Box office SMARTTIX (212) 868-4444, www.smarttix.com. Production's website: http://www.strindberg.org/ TRANSIT DIRECTIONS: 1-2-3 to 14th Street and A-C-E to 14th Street. M20 bus stops at Abingdon Square and M11 and M14A terminate there. Running time: 90 minutes. CRITICS ARE INVITED on or after MAY 20. DETAILS AND ARTIST INFO: August Strindberg's Chekhovian comedy, "Playing With Fire" (Leka med elden, 1893), in a translation by Ulrika Brand that has been newly adapted by Obie-winner Leslie Lee, Executive Director of Negro Ensemble Company, will be presented May 18 to June 10 with an all-black cast as the inaugural production of August Strindberg Repertory Theatre, directed by Robert Greer. The play, to be staged at New School for Drama, 151 Bank Street (West Village), will be a co-production of August Strindberg Repertory Theatre and Negro Ensemble Company in association with Theater Resources Unlimited.

David Gordon - Joyce SoHo
Through June 30, 2012 - New York

Beginning of the End of the... is a new movement/theater/music work by David Gordon. For his latest investigation, the postmodern Judson dance pioneer uses emotionally loaded narratives generated from Nobel Prize-winner Luigi Pirandello and the music of Giacomo Puccini to explore the absurd inconsistencies of what we see and how we see it. The world premiere work is a Pick Up Performance Co(s) production in collaboration with The Joyce Theater Foundation. Performance Schedule Previews: Jun 1-3 & 5 Fri & Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 2pm; Tue at 7:30pm

Performances: Jun 6-30 Wed-Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 2pm

Ticket Price Previews: $15; Performances: $22

For tickets and information visit joyce.org or call JoyceCharge: 212-242-0800


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