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Diamond Days

Spring means the return of New York City Ballet’s Diamond Project, the extravaganza of new repertoire.

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  1. 1. “In Vento”

    May 9, 13, and 17

    Mauro Bigonzetti’s commission for Maria Kowroski, Benjamin Millepied, and Jason Fowler in the lead roles, to music by Bruno Moretti, follows his 2002 Vespro for the same dancers.

  2. 2. “Evenfall”

    May 10, 13, 20, and 23

    New Christopher Wheeldon works are must-see ballet events. His latest, featuring Miranda Weese and Damian Woetzel, is set to Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3.

  3. 3. “The Red Violin”

    May 10, 14, 20, and 26

    John Corigliano’s music for the 1999 film of the same name has had a life of its own as an orchestral work. Now Peter Martins sets it to dance.

  4. 4. “Étoile Polaire”

    May 11 and 12

    Eliot Feld’s new solo ballet, set to the Philip Glass score from the film North Star, features apprentice Kaitlyn Gilliland—potentially NYCB’s next breakout star.

New York State Theater, Lincoln Center (212-721-6500 or nycballet.com); $30–$86.


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