100th Anniversary Events

Robbins 100

3 WEEKS, 21 Ballets, 6 PROGRAMS, 2 WORLD PREMIERES
May 3, 2018
To mark the centennial of Jerome Robbins’ birth, New York City Ballet has assembled a collection of some of his most celebrated works. The Robbins 100 is a tribute to our Co-Founding Choreographer’s remarkable contributions to classical dance at large and his indelible impact on the NYCB repertory.
http://www.nycballet.com/Season-Tickets/Spring-2018/Robbins-100-Festival.aspx


Stuttgarter Ballett

Encounters
Choreographies by Jerome Robbins and John Cranko
January 13, 2018
https://www.stuttgart-ballet.de/schedule/2018-01-20/encounters/


Miami City Ballet

All Robbins Program
January 12, 2018
https://www.miamicityballet.org/performances/program-two


HLPC Cultural Medallion Program

HISTORIC LANDMARKS PRESERVATION CENTER
CULTURAL MEDALLION PROGRAM
October 10, 2017
http://www.hlpcculturalmedallions.org/about-hlpc/

New York has been at the forefront of highlighting its rich cultural, economic, political and social history. More than 15 years ago, the not-for-profit Historic Landmarks Preservation Center, under the leadership of its chair, Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, created this Cultural Medallion program.

It was initiated to create a sense of pride in history and of place among New Yorkers and visitors, to document significant individuals, and notable occurrences related to the City’s cultural, economic, political, and social history.

Cultural Medallions are placed on buildings associated with distinguished New Yorkers involved in the arts, sciences, the law, business, education, sports and politics. The elegant oval terra-cotta, black and white plaques recognize that history is about more than bricks and mortar, but what people accomplished under the city’s roofs that truly matters. “Not only do they help bring history alive,” Diamonstein-Spielvogel says of the medallions, “they’re meant to remind people of how New York became as rich and vital, as energetic and dynamic as it is. They’re also meant to inspire you in your own life. This program is honoring the past and, we are, I hope, motivating people in the future.”

 


Staatsoper Hamburg

Chopin Dances: Two Ballets by Jerome Robbins
September 17, 2017
www.hamburgballett.de