The New York Times @nytimes

The New York Times @nytimes

“In this section, the steps are choreographed, but the dancers have their own timing,” the choreographer Pam Tanowitz said of “Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures,” her first outdoor piece. “When they do have to be in unison, it creates group will.” Part of @lmcc_nyc’s River to River Festival, the work, set to music by Ted Hearne, will be performed at Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Lower Manhattan next Tuesday and Wednesday and features 11 dancers. One is the @nycballet principal @saramearns, who instigated the project by asking Pam to choreograph a work that was not for a proscenium stage. At the time, Pam had not yet been commissioned by New York City Ballet to create a new work. (That happened this spring.) “Pam is amazing,” Sara said. “It was a choice I felt I had to make for my artistry.” One of City Ballet's brightest stars, Sara is usually a featured dancer; here she is part of the group. “It feels really good to dance with people because I don’t ever get to,” she told the @nytimes writer @giadk. “It’s so nice to dance with my community.” @anrizzy made this video for #SpeakingInDance, our weekly series exploring the world of #dance.



As a life long dancer, this just rocks.




This is entertaining because why?


@nofiltersheesh This is so beautiful! Made me think of you. 💕








I just don’t understand what are they moving




❤️😍 So engaging... Its mesmerising.




@soy_bravotorres ❤️


@sdubaz stealing @aaaloh joke, but this looks like us at Allegra






Oh hey @jjcolls ❤️


@sofiastriegl - maybe u want to follow this series....




@jslehr isn’t this your friend from childhood?




They look like a flock of flamingoes in the best possible way 💕