January 26, 2011
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, Brooklyn Academy of Music
, Ellen Bar
, Jerome Robbins
, New York City Ballet
, Serge Diaghilev
, Sharon Lerner
, Victoria & Albert Museum
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- Promotional still from “N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz” (2010); photo by Jody Lee Lipes.
So much for my November promise of more frequent postings, but just a quick announcement to let you all know that the Winter issue of the newsletter of the SAA Performing Arts Roundtable is now available online:
The issue features an article about the Diaghilev exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, as well as interviews with New York City Ballet dancer Ellen Bar (about her film adaptation of Jerome Robbins’ 1958 ballet, N.Y. Export: Opus Jazz) and Brooklyn Academy of Music archivist Sharon Lerner.
March 3, 2008
Yes, it has been a longer-than-expected hiatus but we hope to resume more regular blogging here soon.
Not strictly of archival interest, but in its latest creative deployment of new media, New York City Ballet recently announced the establishment of its own YouTube channel. It currently features an introductory video about the Company. Beginning on March 9, the site will offer videos that document NYCB’s upcoming tour of London (the first in 25 years).