BalletNext’s Fall Season

After sold-out performances in February, BalletNext returns to New York Live Arts for a two-week season of rich and diverse repertory. Dance and music play on and off of each other to create a fiercely magical experience. Program A (October 27-31) features “Don’t Blink” a world premiere from ballerina Michele Wiles and flex dancing pioneer Jay Donn, the New York premiere of “Strange Flowers” a flirtatious trio by Brian Reeder, and “Ushuaia” by Michele Wiles. As with all BalletNext performances, the music will be played live. Brian Reeder's “Surmisable Units (2014)” for six dancers, two pianos, and one pianist returns to the stage in Program B (November 3-7) which also includes “Apogee in 3,” a world premiere by Michele Wiles accompanied by live jazz performance of the Tom Harrell Quintet.

BalletNext's performances are part of New York Live Arts' Community Rental program, which is designed for dance and theater companies, as well as producing and non-profit organizations.