Over 10 years, American Ballet Theater has become fluent in the style of Mr. Ratmansky, whose new work will be unveiled at the spring gala.

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  • Dance with Me | The New Yorker
    When Alexei Ratmansky, the artist-in-residence at American Ballet Theatre, walks into a room, what you notice first is his carriage, the high, open chest. Once a ballet dancer, always a ballet dancer. Otherwise, he’s a regular-looking forty-two-year-old man: medium height, nice face, receding hairline.
    02/20/2020 - 9:06 am | View Website
  • Ratmansky’s New Voice
    The New York City Ballet presented its first premiere of the year Thursday night: Alexei Ratmansky’s “Voices.” This piece marked a welcome departure for Ratmansky. Erenow he has essentially worked in two modes: emotionally resonant, peasant-inflected abstraction or grand-scale historical reconstruction.
    02/19/2020 - 1:01 am | View Website
  • Opening Night | Vail Dance Festival
    The season begins with a thrilling sampling of what is to come, featuring appearances by Festival stars…
    02/18/2020 - 11:42 pm | View Website
  • A Tale of Two Nutcrackers
    Ratmansky, on the other hand, shows us what childhood feels like, rather than what it looks like. His Clara does more dancing, but that dancing is a way of expressing her inner world. His heroine isn't the Sugar Plum Fairy: it's the grown-up Clara, who dances the traditional Sugar Plum pas with her grown-up Nutcracker Prince.
    02/12/2020 - 7:28 am | View Website
  • New York City Ballet Presents Voices, A New Ballet from Alexei Ratmansky and Peter Ablinger
    Alexei Ratmansky returns to NYCB this winter with the world premiere of Voices, set to an experimental score by Austrian composer Peter Ablinger. ... A New Ballet from Alexei Ratmansky and Peter ...
    02/11/2020 - 10:03 pm | View Website
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