Music at the ballet: a short note on upcoming performances

As I’ve said before, but maybe not on this blog, even a blind person could appreciate a dance performance with live music. The thought occurred to me while attending the New York City Ballet, but many smaller-scale and less-expensive dance events offer the same rewards. An example comes up this weekend: two New York performances by New Chamber Ballet will feature music by Mozart, Morton Feldman, Tristan Murail, and two composers unknown to me, Friedrich Cerha and Richard Carrick. The choreographer is Miro Magloire, whose work I haven’t yet managed to see. For details, try this link or this.

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