Repertory

~ Ballets ~

Stars & Stripes Forever

George Balanchine's Stars and Stripes, the inspiration for this piece, premiered during New York City Ballet's distinguished 1957-58 winter season at the New York City Center with Allegra Kent, Diana Adams, Melissa Hayden and Jacques d'Amboise in the original cast.

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Raymonda's Wedding

Act IV, the interior of the count's castle. There are preparations for the wedding and the reception.
Choreography after Petipa

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Paquita

Russian classic staged by Elena Kunikova.
Staged by Elena Kunikova after Petipa

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Nutcracker

A Christmas Tradition.
Choreography by Pamela Pribisco

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Majisimas

Staged and with additional choreography by Raffaele Morra

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The HumpBack Horse

Based upon the popular fairy tale by P.P. Yershov.
Sttaged by Elena Kunikova

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Ecole de Ballet

Scene I is Madame's ballet class for young girls. Scene II is the class recital.
Choreography by Peter Anastos

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Don Quixote

The garden cafe of Dona Inez, Kitri's mother. Kitri is wooed by a young barber and an elderly nobleman.
Choreography after Petipa

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Yes Virginia...

5 Dancers in a rehearsal studio; Jerome Robbins style.
Choreography by Peter Anastos

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Harlequinade

Silly authentic spoof of Russian ballet.
Choreography by Mauris Petipa

 

Pas de Quatre

Four famous ballerinas of the nineteenth century vie for artistic supremacy.
Staged by Trutti Gasparinetti after Perrot

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La Vivandiere

Satire on early ballet tradition.
Staged by Elena Kunikova after Perot

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La Trovatiara Pas de Cinq

The scene is set in Tripoli, dockside, and the pirate girls are commanded to perform a divertissement by the cruel Emir, Saddam el-Djaloppy. It is this scene that constitutes the current Trockadero revival.
Choreography by Peter Anastos

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Go For Barocco

Satire on Balanchine's choreography.
Choreography by Peter Anastos

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Giselle Act II

Act II, Giselle's tomb under the weeping willow. Giselle dances to keep the willis from dancing the prince to death.
Staged by Tchernychova after Perrot and Petipa.

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Les Sylphides

The classic nineteenth century abstract romantic ballet.
Staged by Alexande Minz

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Swan Lake Act II

Act II, the swan hunt by the lake. The wizard and the prince fight for the hand of the Swan Queen
Staged by Trutti Gasparinetti after Ivanov

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VALPURGEYEVA NOCH

The Ballet music from the opera, Faust, has been used by many noted choreographers. The Trockadero offers their version of the ballet inspired by the Bolshoi Ballet’s Valpurgeyeva Noch.

 

“Pas de Six” from ESMERALDA

La Esmeralda is a three act ballet based upon Victor Hugo’s Notre Dame de Paris. Originally choreographed by Jules Perrot, the ballet was first produced in London, March 9, 1844, with Carlotta Grisi in the title role.

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LE CAGE

This ballet, inspired by choreography by Jerome Robbins in 1951 to music by Igor Stravinsky, tells the story of two male intruders into a female society, where they are considered as prey, to be killed after copulation.

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~ Modern Works ~

I Wanted to Dance with You

Choreography by Roy Fialkow (after Pina Bauch)

 

Debut at the Opera

A Dance after the Paintings of Degas first performed by Agnes de Mille in January, 1928 at the Republic Theater, New York City.

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The Dances of Isadora

A suite of waltzes originally choreographed by Isadora Duncan.
Choreography by Lori Bellilove after Isadora

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Lamentations of Jane Eyre

A parody of Martha Graham's "Death and Entrances."
Choreography by Roy Fialkow (after Martha Graham)

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The Dance of Liberation

Choreography by Richard Goldberger

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Patterns in Space

A post modern dance movement essay.

 

~ Solos, Pas de Deux and Pas de Trois ~

The Black Swan

From Act IV of Swan Lake, the arrival of Odile at the palace.
Choreograpy after Petipa

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Blue Bird Pas de Deux

From Act III of Sleeping Beauty.
Choreography after Petipa

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Don Quixote Pas de Deux

The pas de deux from the ballet.
Choreography after Petipa

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Fairy Doll

Choreography after Legat

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Gran Pas Classique

Kirov classic.
Choreography after Gsovsky

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La Trovatiara Pas de Cinq

A gem from a lost Verdi opera complete with pirate girls and an evil sultan.
Choreography by Peter Anastos

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Le Corsaire

The pas de deux made famous by Margo Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev.
Choreography after Petipa

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Pas de Trois de Odalisques

Pas de Trois from Le Corsaire.
Staged by Kunikova after Petipa

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Paquita Pas de Trois

Petipa classic made famous by Balanchine
Choreography after Petipa

 

Spring Waters

An acrobatic pas de deux in the Russian style.
Choreography after Messerer

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~ Solo Works ~

Ribbon Dance

Choregraphy after Lev Lashchlin

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Russian Dance

A popular solo expressing the soul of old Russia.
Choreography after Alexander Gorsky

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