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NYCB 2022 Fall Trend Gala

New York Metropolis Ballet (NYCB) will current its 10th annual Fall Trend Gala on Wednesday, September 28, at 7pm on the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Heart. 

A celebration of dance and trend, this 12 months’s occasion will characteristic world premiere ballets by choreographers Kyle Abraham and Gianna Reisen, the first-ever stay efficiency of Justin Peck’s Solo, and the fourth motion and finale from the George Balanchine masterpiece Symphony in C

Abraham’s new ballet will characteristic costumes by Giles Deacon who additionally designed the costumes for The Runaway, which Abraham choreographed for the 2018 Fall Trend Gala. Dan Scully, who additionally collaborated with Abraham on The Runaway, will design the lighting. 

Reisen’s new ballet, her third for NYCB, may have costumes designed by Alejandro Gómez Palomo that includes Swarovski crystals. The lighting for Reisen’s ballet will probably be designed by Mark Stanley, NYCB’s Resident Lighting Designer. 

The music for the Abraham and Reisen premieres will probably be introduced at a later date. 

The gala program will even embody the stay efficiency premiere of Justin Peck’s Solo, which was created for NYCB’s 2021 Digital Spring Gala movie directed by Sofia Coppola. The 2022 Fall Trend Gala would be the first time that Solo, which is ready to Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, will probably be carried out stay. For the event, the ballet will characteristic new costume design by Raf Simons, who beforehand collaborated with Peck on Glass Handel, the 2018 multi-media set up that includes countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo. Solo will characteristic lighting design by Stanley, who additionally designed the lighting for the movie model of the ballet. 

The gala night will even embody the fourth motion and finale from George Balanchine’s Symphony in C, which was choreographed in 1947, to the music of Georges Bizet. In 2012, NYCB’s manufacturing of the ballet was re-costumed with new designs by Marc Happel, NYCB’s Director of Costumes; Symphony in C additionally options lighting by Stanley. 

This 12 months’s occasion will honor Sarah Jessica Parker, a vice chair of the NYCB Board of Administrators, who conceived the Fall Trend Gala in 2012, the primary 12 months of which celebrated the legendary designer Valentino. Since then, the Fall Trend Gala has raised greater than $24 million for NYCB. 

A spotlight of the autumn season in New York Metropolis, over the previous 10 years, the occasion has additionally featured costumes designed by the late Virgil Abloh of Off-WhiteTM, Rosie Assoulin, Thom Browne, Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Tsumori Chisato, Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta, Esteban Cortázar, Giles Deacon, Alberta Ferretti, Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim of MONSE and Oscar de la Renta, Prabal Gurung, Carolina Herrera, Mary Katrantzou, Humberto Leon of Opening Ceremony and Kenzo, Hanako Maeda of ADEAM, Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida of Marques’Almeida, Zuhair Murad, Zac Posen, Gareth Pugh, Narciso Rodriguez, Christopher John Rogers, Jonathan Saunders, Anna Sui, Olivier Theyskens, Iris van Herpen, Dries Van Noten, and Jason Wu. The entire designs have been created in home on the NYCB Costume Store in collaboration with the designers and NYCB’s Director of Costumes Marc Happel. 

Becoming a member of Parker as Chairs of the 2022 Fall Trend Gala are Honorary Chair Steven Kolb, CEO of the Council of Trend Designers of America; and co-Chairs Georgina Bloomberg, Andy Cohen, Laverne Cox, Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy, Jill Kargman, Diane Kruger, Mazdack and Zanna Rassi, Deborah Roberts, Jordan Roth and Lizzie Tisch. 

Profit-priced tickets for the gala night, which embody the 7pm efficiency, a pre-performance reception and black-tie supper ball following the efficiency, can be found by way of the NYCB Particular Occasions Workplace at 212-870-5585 and at Tickets for the efficiency solely begin at $38 and will probably be accessible starting August 8 at, by calling 212-496-0600, or on the David H. Koch Theater field workplace, situated at West 63rd Avenue and Columbus Avenue. 



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