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BALLET ACADEMY EAST
1651 Third Avenue, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10128

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(212) 410-9140

Located in the heart of New York, BAE has five spacious, air-conditioned studios with sprung floors, mirrors, sound systems, and pianos, which are available for rental. The versatile spaces at BAE are ideal for your next reception, fundraiser, corporate event, meeting, private party, photo shoot, or rehearsal.

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BALLET ACADEMY EAST

2017- 2018 SEASON

SPRING PERFORMANCE 2018           

May 31 // 7pm
June 1 // 7pm
June 2 // 2pm & 7pm


THE KAYE PLAYHOUSE AT HUNTER COLLEGE
68th St, between Park and Lexington Ave, New York

Ballet Academy East’s Pre-Professional Division will captivate audiences in their 19th annual spring performance, showcasing the school’s talented dancers in an exciting program of premieres and audience favorites.

 

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Scherzo à la Russe
Composed by Igor Stravinsky
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Darla Hoover

au début
Music arranged by Kevin Carpenter

Un Petit Menuet
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
Choreographed by Marcia Dale Weary

From A to M
Composed by Sergei Rachmaninov
Choreographed by Alan Hineline

Concerto in D
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Choreographed by Alan Hineline
Staged by Tara Mora

Rondo alla Turca
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Choreographed by Jenna Lavin

Valse Russe
Composed by George Sviridov
Choreographed by Jenna Lavin

Tarantella from Napoli
Composed by H.S. Paulli and Edvard Helsted
Choreographed by August Bournonville
Staged by Petrusjka Broholm

CHOREOGRAPHIC WORKSHOP 2018            

June 10 // Time to be Announced


ALVIN AILEY STUDIOS
405 W 55th St, AT 9th Ave
New York

Coloring in Sound
Choreographed by Alma Reiss-Navarre
Composed by Henriette Renie

Une Fête Champêtre
Choreographed by Emma Braunberger
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed to live music by renowned musicians Keisuke Ikuma and Sharon Yamada (additional musicians to be announced)

Resilience
Choreographed by Itzkan Barbosa
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi

Transcend
Choreographed by Caroline Tyndall
Composed by Claude Debussy
The New York premier of Caroline Tyndall’s ballet is by arrangement with the BAE/CPYB Choreographic Exhange Program.

Directed by Alan Hineline, this workshop helps students gain insight into the intellectual and creative process of choreography while discovering their own personal artistic voice.

WINTER PERFORMANCE 2018            

March 2 // 7pm
March 3 // 1pm & 5pm
March 4 // 2pm


NEW YORK LIVE ARTS
219 W 19th St, between 7th and 8th Ave
New York

 

Walpurgisnacht Ballet
Choreographed by George Balanchine
Staged by Darla Hoover
Composed by Charles Gounod

In Spirit
Choreographed by Jenna Lavin
Composed by Antonio Vivaldi

La Valse Bleue
Choreographed by Jenna Lavin
Composed by Dmitri Shostakovich

Dreamers
Choreographed by Daniel Ulbricht
Composed by Justin Hurwitz, selected songs from La La Land

The Winter Performance gives students in Pre-Professional Levels 4-10 the opportunity to provide audiences with a more personal showcase experience. Here they practice the refinement of both technique and performance quality.

Ballet Academy East performances offer insight into the professional quality, breathtaking artistry, and exceptional technique for which BAE is renowned. From classics, to Balanchine’s neo-classical pieces, to new choreography by internationally-recognized artists, BAE’s Pre-Professional company performs a broad range of works.

SPRING PERFORMANCE 2017 HIGHLIGHTS

WINTER PERFORMANCE 2018 REVIEW

Ballet Academy East’s 2018 Winter Performance featured George Balanchine’s Walpurgisnacht, as well as new works by Jenna Lavin and Daniel Ulbricht.

CHOREOGRAPHIC WORKSHOP 2016 HIGHLIGHTS

See great behind-the-scenes footage from BAE’s 2016 Student Choreographic Workshop, presented at New York City Center Studios.

“Upper bodies are beautifully open; legwork is firm and clear; beaten steps are fleet…I was completely interested in the complex details shown, and by the individual skills of each dancer….Above all, everything here found life in the keenness with which all these dancers engaged with their music.”


Alastair Macaulay, Senior Dance Critic, The New York Times