DanceAfrica, presented by BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) runs until July 7th.
City Ballet The Podcast
Each Monday is new release, an exploration of NYCB, which brings you into the company’s history and present, and reveal insider tidbits. There will be “nine all-new episodes featuring discussions on some of the ballets included in the digital season programming.”
Wednesday with Wendy (All ages)
On Instagram Live: “A series of ballet-inspired movement classes taught by NYCB Associate Artistic Director Wendy Whelan. Each class will also be available after the livestream is complete on NYCB’s IGTV channel.”
Virtual Ballet Essentials Workshops (Adults)
Monday and Thursdays: “Tune in as NYCB artists lead viewers through a ballet warm-up and movement combination inspired by some of the Company’s iconic repertory. Stretch your mind and body with these one-of-a-kind virtual workshops.”
Ballet Breaks (Appropriate for Children Ages 3 – 8)
Saturday & Sunday Morning: “Join the artists of New York City Ballet for a series of lively movement activities, powered by Zoom. Each 20-minute Ballet Break Workshop will be taught by a NYCB dancer and will include a warm-up and choreography inspired by some of the Company’s most beloved ballets.”
Due to the escalating concern across our city about COVID-19 and the precautions advocated by public health officials, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Lewis Davis Pavilion and cancel our scheduled events. Please know that we will update you as the situation develops.
Thank you for joining us for Monday’s our Audience Choice film “The Wizard of Oz“!
Our residents selected this film as the one they most wanted us to screen – and we had trivia games with prizes – and more – at our pre-movie presentation by Marc Baum of the All Things Oz Museum.
Then we watched the film on our scenic plaza.
More information about these events in our next post.
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