It will feature the New York premiere of To Make Crops Grow, set to music by Ferde Grofé, and the World Premiere of Perpetual Dawn, Taylor’s 138th dance; the revival of Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rehearsal) 100 years after the premiere of the original Sacre; and three landmark celebrations – the 50th anniversary of Scudorama, and the 25th anniversaries of the exuberant Brandenburgs and Emmy Award- winning Speaking in Tongues.
The magnificent result of one of the great artistic “collaborations” in history, every program this Season will feature one of the dance maker’s six masterworks set to music by Johann Sebastian Bach; Junction, Brandenburgs, Esplanade, Musical Offering, Cascade and Promethean Fire.
Following opening night, the Company’s performances are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7pm, Fridays at 8pm, Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm, and Sundays at 3pm. Ticket prices for all performances except March 6 are $10, $30, $55, $80, $110 and $160 (visit www.ptdc.org/tickets). Premium $160 seats include an invitation to the Patrons Lounge.
The Company’s 2013 repertoire includes 3 Epitaphs (1956), Beloved Renegade (2008), Brandenburgs (1988), Cascade (1999), Company B (1991), Esplanade (1975), Eventide (1997), Gossamer Gallants (2011), Junction (1961) Kith and Kin (1987), Last Look (1985), Le Sacre du Printemps (The Rehearsal) (1980), Lost, Found and Lost (1982), To Make Crops Grow (2012), Musical Offering (1986), Offenbach Overtures (1995), Promethean Fire (2002), Scudorama (1963), Speaking in Tongues (1988), The Uncommitted (2011), and the world premiere of Perpetual Dawn
About the Paul Taylor Dance Company:
The world-renowned Paul Taylor Dance Company sets the global standard for contemporary dance excellence. Since the company’s founding in 1954, Mr. Taylor has choreographed 136 dances, many of which have attained iconic status and have been celebrated throughout the world. The Company has performed in more than 524 cities and 64 countries. Mr. Taylor continues to create at least two new works a year for his 16-member Company. His autobiography, Private Domain, was published in 1987 and the Company was the subject of the documentary film “Dancemaker,” nominated for an Academy Award in 1999. Mr. Taylor has achieved countless accolades, including two of our nation’s highest artistic distinctions: the Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts..