ballet

photo by William Ward

Brooklyn Ballet's 2013 season In 4D was a great success! We wish to extend tremendous thanks to our incredible dancers, esteemed collaborators, wonderful production crew, and our amazing supporters! We are so grateful for the support.

In case you missed our remarkable press or weren't able to attend a performance, click on these links to learn more about the show.

Brooklyn Ballet is absolutely ecstatic to be performing with the fabulousGil Morgenstern again this year.

Spiders, Cooks and Mood Swings was presented during Brooklyn Ballet's 10th anniversary season last year as a work-in-progress. This year our hip hop, modern and ballet dancers all slip back into their characters to present the world premiere. It's great to see everyone back in rehearsal for this dance - such a large and energetic cast!

 

Rehearsals with our ballet dancers for “Tracing Back” have started in earnest. Last week, Gabriela Galvez Espana, Duane Gosa, Miku Kawamura, Kerry Shea & Vincent Marra took a break from moving to watch a video of choreography Artistic Director Lynn Parkerson is referencing to create this new digitally-enhanced ballet.

We're back in the studio!

Brooklyn Ballet launches its first Kickstarter campaign to help fund our 10th Anniversary Season

We've been letting you in on a few details of our upcoming season, and we're very excited to keep spreading the news about our new ballets, special events and more.

Beautiful dancing by Brooklyn Ballet's company members in rehearsal this week…even with the blooper at the end of this clip. We're not worried - our show is in March!

Brooklyn Ballet is celebrating its 10th anniversary season this year, and we’re kicking off the season with an illuminating and entertaining lecture on ballet costume design by Patricia Forelle. Dressing For The Dance,the costume design lecture event, takes place Wednesday, October 19 at 7pm in the Actors Fund Arts Center, 160 Schermerhorn, Brooklyn NY 11201.

Brooklyn Ballet is also using this event to build support for its Costume Fund:

Lynn’s latest choreographic journey involves multiple dance disciplines and techniques for generating movement. Kalle Laar, her friend and co-conspirator in creating art, expresses his thoughts on how they started working on their current project:

Last September, Lynn Parkerson attended a Mixed Movement event at St. Mark’s Church at the suggestion of some of her dancers. Swept away with the spirit of the evening’s dancing, Lynn found herself performing an improvised solo. Check it out here:

Pages