Explore the unknown
Journey to new depths with two insightful contemporary works that reflect our curiosity about the world and our shared desire for human connection.
Justin Peck’s epic ballet Everywhere We Go floods the stage with kaleidoscopic movement. Peck’s energetic choreography shines against a nine-movement orchestral score composed by GRAMMY and Academy Award nominee Sufjan Stevens. With an impressive cast of 25 dancers, this ensemble-driven piece will have you talking long after you leave the theater.
The program builds to a stunning crescendo with a brand-new work created by lauded choreographer Nanine Linning. Through the lens of an artist, Linning explores the power of expression to shed light on the importance of ocean preservation. Debussy’s sweeping La Mer and choral work Les Sirenes performed live by the Boston Ballet Orchestra and Boston’s virtuosic women’s vocal group Lorelei Ensemble will be punctuated by newly created musical compositions by composer Yannis Kyriakides. Vivid imagery in collaboration with haute couture designer Yuima Nakazato, visual and new media artist Heleen Blanken, and award-winning lighting designer Brandon Stirling Baker combine with Linning’s explosive choreography for an unforgettable dance experience.
Thursday, Apr 6 at 7:30 pm
Friday, Apr 7 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, Apr 8 at 7:30 pm
Sunday, Apr 9 at 1:30 pm
Thursday, Apr 13 at 7:30 pm
Friday, Apr 14 at 7:30 pm
Saturday, Apr 15 at 1:30 and 7:30 pm
Sunday, Apr 16 at 1:30 pm
The Company gratefully acknowledges Barbara and Amos Hostetter for their outstanding support of our commitment to amplifying diverse artistic voices.
Nanine Linning’s world premiere has been made possible by generous gifts from a Commissioners Circle including Lisa and Tom Blumenthal, the Stephanie L. Brown Foundation, Lori M. Heinel, and Brynja Vifilsdottir and Hannes Smarason
These performances of Justin Peck’s Everywhere We Go have been made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Charles S. Carignan.
Important message for attending live indoor performances:
No proof of vaccination or negative test needed to enter the theater. Face masks are highly encouraged but not required.