BWW Review: NYCB Evolves the Classics of Tchaikovsky & Balanchine

“Up next was Mozartiana, a jubilant piece that begins with the lead ballerina dancing with four very talented School of American Ballet students. Led by Sara Mearns, the group of five performed in earnest, focusing on their fancy footwork. Because she is known for her penchant for the dramatic in both movement and expression, it was a joy to see Mearns perform with breezy lightness and a smile. This infectious quality increased when Russell Janzen appeared. The duo danced as two pieces of a puzzle, working together to complete Balanchine’s intricate and delicate choreography. It was delightful.”

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