Bolero

plus The Four Temperaments and a World Premiere by Krista Baker

Bolero Music by

Maurice Ravel

Bolero Choreography by

Nicolo Fonte

The Four Temperaments Music by

Paul Hindemith

The Four Temperaments Choreography by

George Balanchine
©The George Balanchine Trust

Location

Reynolds Hall
The Smith Center
for the Performing Arts

About

NBT’s mid-winter program features two engaging ballets plus a World Premiere. Nicolo Fonte’s Bolero, set to the iconic score from Ravel, is filled with pulsating movement and scintillating emotion. Entangled in the hypnotic rhythm of the music, dancers are swept up in a journey toward not just human interaction, but true connection. George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, while rooted in classical ballet, is a manifestation of modern movement exploding on stage in a vibrant study of the human psyche. Rounding out the performance is an original work by dancer and choreographer Krista Baker. As a veteran dancer with NBT and a member of this community, she has established an exciting choreographic repertoire, successfully producing over 10 original works for both A Choreographers’ Showcase and The Studio Series – earning her praise for her fresh, dynamic vocabulary and brilliant ensemble work.

Prior to all performances, NBT will present Insights, an educational pre-performance discussion offering patrons an opportunity to further engage with the ballet, with special guests, multi-media presentations and more. Insights is free to all ticket holders and will take place in the Troesh Studio Theater, adjacent to Reynolds Hall, 45 minutes prior to curtain.

Have a group of 10 or more? Contact NBT Group Sales at (702) 243-2623 for information on priority seating, special discounts and exclusive experiences.

As a courtesy to our ticket holders, no children under 5 years of age are admitted to the performances.

Tickets are currently available through Subscription only. To become a subscriber, click on the box to the left. Single tickets for this program will go on sale in the fall.

Sat, Feb 22

7:30pm

Sun, Feb 23

2:00pm