New York City Ballet Opens Spring Season With Tribute to Lincoln Kirstein

Classic Arts News   New York City Ballet Opens Spring Season With Tribute to Lincoln Kirstein
 
New York City Ballet opens its spring 2007 season tonight with a program in tribute to Lincoln Kirstein, who co-founded the company with George Balanchine in 1946 and whose centennial birthday is on May 4 of this year.

"For Lincoln: Modern Classics" features four Balanchine ballets, all mainstays of the NYCB repertoire: The Four Temperaments, Pavane, Agon, and Symphony in C.

The performance begins tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the New York State Theater in Lincoln Center. More information about this program and New York City Ballet's entire spring season is available at www.nycballet.com.


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