“Whipped Cream” American Ballet Theatre Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, D.C. February 1, 2018 by Ashley McKean copyright © 2018 by Ashley McKean Alexei Ratmansky's “Whipped Cream” stirred up a concoction of whimsy and merriment that lifted the mood and lightened the spirit of balletgoers on Thursday. Show More Summary
"Alexei Ratmansky's Harlequinade" Studio 5 New York City Center New York, NY January 22, 2018 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2018 by Mary Cargill City Center's Studio 5 presentations, like the Guggenheim's Works & Process series, offerShow More Summary
The gala program, with two premieres (one by Alexei Ratmansky one by Jessica Lang), demonstrated how this troupe has been changing.
Mr. Ratmansky keeps returning to Leonid Desyatnikov’s music. The two talked about their new work, Ukraine, their Jewish backgrounds and their Soviet upbringings.
Marina Harss talks with the choreographer and Leonid Desyatnikov, the only composer from whom Ratmansky has ever commissioned a score. Their sixth collaboration is about to open at American Ballet Theater.
Pina Bausch’s company soldiers on, Alexei Ratmansky premières a new ballet, and Matthew Bourne adapts “The Red Shoes” for the stage.
At A.B.T., Alexei Ratmansky revives a neglected ballet.
In 1992, when the Russian-born choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, now the artist-in-residence at American Ballet Theatre, travelled with his wife, Tatiana, from Kiev to Winnipeg to join the ballet company there, they were dazzled by the aisles and aisles of food in the supermarkets. Show More Summary
"The Golden Cockerel" American Ballet Theatre Metropolitan Opera House Lincoln Center New York, New York June 1, 2017 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2017 by Mary Cargill Alexei Ratmansky's version of "The Golden Cockerel", based in part...Show More Summary
"Whipped Cream" American Ballet Theatre Metropolitan Opera House New York, New York May 24, 2017 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2017 by Mary Cargill I n a recent interview, Alexei Ratmansky said that his new ballet was modeled after the nineteenth century ballet féerie with its elaborate processions and spectacular theatrical effects. Show More Summary
“Whipped Cream” American Ballet Theatre Metropolitan Opera House New York| Tuesday, May 23, 2017 by Gay Morris copyright © 2017 by Gay Morris In a recent interview, Alexei Ratmansky described his ballet, “Whipped Cream” as “a spectacle...Show More Summary
"One of the 21st century's greatest choreographers is taking another drink from the fount of classical ballet: Alexei Ratmansky plans to create a new Harlequinade next year for American Ballet Theater, a reconstruction of Marius Petipa's ballet Les Millions d'Arlequin."
Russian Masters Kicks off the Season with TWB Orchestra! Works by Marius Petipa, Michel Fokine, Alexei Ratmansky and George Balanchine John Cranko’s Romeo & Juliet –... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
A Conversation with Cassandra Trenary and Alexei Ratmansky YoungArts Critical Junctures Salon New York Live Arts New York, New York May 14, 2017 by Mary Cargill copyright © 2017 by Mary Cargill The National YoungArts Foundation was established...Show More Summary
Alexei Ratmansky’s new ballet for American Ballet Theatre, “Whipped Cream” (premièring on May 22, at the Metropolitan Opera House), is an extravaganza for the eyes and ears. Dancers dressed as candies, pralines, and liqueur bottles move to Richard Strauss’s decadent, swooping melodies from 1924. Show More Summary
New York City Ballet premieres a New Ratmansky Work Alexei Ratmansky’s Odessa for New York City Ballet. New York City Ballet’s 2017 Spring Gala is a testament to the acumen acumen of the company’s supporters.... read more AJBlog: Dancebeat Published 2017-05-10
Alexei Ratmansky’s newest work for New York City Ballet, Odessa, which premiered at the company’s spring gala last night, is set to Leonid Desyatnikov’s Sketches to Sunset. The music was composed 25 years ago but never released as a recording...
The company’s Here/Now Festival begins with programs focusing on the work of Christopher Wheeldon, Alexei Ratmansky and Justin Peck.
Featuring PNB premieres of works by GEORGE BALANCHINE – JEROME ROBBINS – ALEXEI RATMANSKY June 2 – 11, 2017 Marion Oliver McCaw Hall 321 Mercer Street, Seattle Center Seattle, WA 98109 ... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Roslyn Sulcas moderates a three-way between Alexei Ratmansky, Christopher Wheeldon, and Justin Peck.