Behind the Scenes of 'The Nutcracker' Ballet - New York City Ballet's Production of 'The Nutcracker' - Elle  Sigh...

Behind the Scenes of New York City Ballet's 'The Nutcracker'

New York City Ballet’s The Nutcracker photographed by Katie Friedman Favorite ballet scene!

New York City Ballet - "Diamonds" --Music Symphony No. 3 in D major, Op. 29 (1875) by Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky.  Choreography by George Balanchine -- Premiere April 13, 1967, NYCB, New York State Theater.  Diamonds: Suzanne Farrell, Jacques d'Amboise;  Costumes: by Karinska.  "Jewels" a full-length, three-act ballet, without plot & using the music of three different composers. Balanchine was inspired by jewelry designer Claude Arpels, stating that “it was wonderful to see how our cost...

View Diamonds by Carin Ingalsbe on artnet. Browse more artworks Carin Ingalsbe from Lanoue Gallery.

Santiago Calatrava for New York City Ballet

Santiago Calatrava for New York City Ballet I love the use of soft shadows on this piece. I think this is lit by Fresnel lighting, but correct me if I'm wrong.

Maria Tallchief was the first Native American to become prima ballerina of a major company. From 1942 to 1947 she danced with the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, but she is even better known for her time with the New York City Ballet, from its founding in 1947 through 1965. Reproduced by permission of Archive Photos, Inc.

Born in Fairfax, Oklahoma, Maria Tallchief was the first Native American woman to break into ballet.

Edward Gorey 1960s poster for New York City Ballet My ballet teacher had this above the stairs at the studio

Edward Gorey poster for New York City Ballet My ballet teacher had this above the stairs at the studio. Poster: New York City Ballet, Designed by Edward Gorey. Gift of Unknown Donor to the Cooper Hewitt Museum.

George Balanchine, New York City Ballet, 1960s

Ernst Haas - George Balanchine New York City ballet - Self Portrait of Balanchine's career of being a choreographer

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