2024 New York City Center Season

Ballet Hispánico

Spring 2024 Season | April 25-28, 2024 | New York City Center
 

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CASTING & CREDITING

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Thursday, April 25: 6:30 pm

Gala Performance

*No intermission*

Con Brazos Abiertos (excerpt)

By Michelle Manzanales

World Premiere: 2017
Choreography by Michelle Manzanales
Artistic Collaboration with Ray Doñes
Soundscape includes Carla Morrison, Cheech & Chong, Julio Iglesias
Costume Design by Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston

Performed by
Mia Bermudez, Alekzeta Cantu, Carlos Carreras, Michelle Di Muccio, Jalyn Gill, Erin Gonzales, Mariano Hurtado, Violet Lynch, Kiana Nuñez, Alessandra Salazar, Elsa Strauss, Renata Suarez, Maya Suzuki, Bria Vainqueur, Karah Barrett (understudy), Mikayla Sanchez (understudy)

Recuerdo de Campo Amor (excerpt)

By Talley Beatty

World Premiere: 1985
Choreography by Talley Beatty
Flamenco Consultant Sandra Rivera
Costume Design by Tom McKinley
Music by Felipe Campuzano, Federico Garcia Lorca and Ricardo Pachon
Lighting Design by Caitlin Brown

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Pas de O'Farrill

By Pedro Ruiz

World Premiere: 2023
Choreography by Pedro Ruiz
Costumes provided by Ballet Hispánico
Music by Astor Pantaleon Piazzolla
Recorded by Arturo O’Farrill & Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
Lighting Design by Caitlin Brown

Performed by
Antonio Cangiano and Amanda Ostuni

Doña Perón (excerpt)

By Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

World Premiere: 2022, New York City Center
Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Artistic Collaboration by Nancy Meckler
Music by Peter Salem
Costume Design by Mark Eric
Lighting, Set, and Video Design by Christopher Ash

Doña Perón was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and by the Perry Granoff New Works Project. Additional support for Doña Perón is provided by Pam Crutchfield, and by Univision.

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles, Herman Cornejo* (*Guest Artist, American Ballet Theatre Principal Dancer)

Waltz
The Company

Duet
Amanda del Valle and Herman Cornejo

Buscando a Juan

By Eduardo Vilaro

World Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Choreography by Eduardo Vilaro
Costume Design by Eduardo Vilaro
Associate Costume Design by Dianela Gil
Music by Osvaldo Golijov
Recorded by Orquestra La Pasión, Members of the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela & Maria Guinand
Set and Lighting Designs by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Juan de Pareja
Leonardo Brito

Diego Velázquez
Antonio Cangiano

The Calling of Juan (Duet)
Leonardo Brito and Cori Lewis

Friday, April 26: 7:30 pm

Buscando a Juan

By Eduardo Vilaro

World Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Choreography by Eduardo Vilaro
Costume Design by Eduardo Vilaro
Associate Costume Design by Dianela Gil
Music by Osvaldo Golijov
Recorded by Orquestra La Pasión, Members of the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela & Maria Guinand
Set and Lighting Designs by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Juan de Pareja
Leonardo Brito

Diego Velázquez
Antonio Cangiano

The Calling of Juan (Duet)
Leonardo Brito and Cori Lewis

Intermission

House of Mad'moiselle

By Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Original work Mad’moiselle, World Premiere: 2010, The Joyce Theater
Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Drag Dramaturgy and Drag Wardrobe by Nicholas Villeneuve
Soundscape by Bart Rijnink
Costume Conception by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Costume Development and Construction by Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash
Music by Leonard Bernstein, Bart Rijnik, Chavela Vargas, Oro Solido and Charles Gounod

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Mad'moiselle
Adam Dario Morales

Intermission

18+1

By Gustavo Ramírez Sansano

World Premiere: 2012
Choreography by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano
Music by Pérez Prado
Costume Design by Ghabriello Fernando
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash

Performed by 
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles 

Soloist
Amanda del Valle

Saturday, April 27: 2:00 pm

En Familia Matinee

Recuerdo de Campo Amor

By Talley Beatty

World Premiere: 1985
Choreography by Talley Beatty
Flamenco Consultant Sandra Rivera
Costume Design by Tom McKinley
Music by Felipe Campuzano, Federico Garcia Lorca and Ricardo Pachon
Lighting Design by Caitlin Brown

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Pause

Danse Creole (excerpt)

By Geoffrey Holder

World Premiere: 1976
Choreography by Geoffrey Holder
Music by Franz Cassius
Costume Design by Geoffrey Holder
Costume Construction by Julio Fernandez

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis

Duet
Cori Lewis and Leonardo Brito

Pause

Sombrerísimo

By Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

World Premiere: 2013, New York City Center
Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Music by Banda Ionica featuring Macaco el Mono Loco, Titi Robin and soundscape by various artists
Costume Design by Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Joshua Preston

Sombrerísimo was commissioned by New York City Center for the 2013 Fall for Dance Festival.

Performed by
Amir J. Baldwin, Antonio Cangiano, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Omar Rivéra

Pause

Club Havana (excerpt)

By Pedro Ruiz

World Premiere: 2000, The Joyce Theater
Choreography by Pedro Ruiz
Music by Israel Lopez, Rubén Gonzales, A.K. Salim, Pérez Prado and Francisco Repilado
Costume Design by Emilio Sosa
Costume Construction by Ghabriello Negron
Lighting Design by Donald Holder

The original Club Havana production was made possible, in part, by gifts from Jody and John Arnhold, Dhuanne and Douglas Tansill and Caroline Newhouse; by grants from American Express Company and AT&T; and with commissioning funds from the New York State Council on the Arts.

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Caballo
Amir J. Baldwin and Ana Estrada, Dylan Dias McIntyre and Isabel Robles, Paulo Hernandez-Farella and Amanda Ostuni

Cha Cha Cha
Fatima Andere with Antonio Cangiano and Omar Rivéra

Finale
The Company

Saturday, April 27: 7:30 pm

Buscando a Juan

By Eduardo Vilaro

World Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Choreography by Eduardo Vilaro
Costume Design by Eduardo Vilaro
Associate Costume Design by Dianela Gil
Music by Osvaldo Golijov
Recorded by Orquestra La Pasión, Members of the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela & Maria Guinand
Set and Lighting Designs by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Juan de Pareja
Leonardo Brito

Diego Velázquez
Antonio Cangiano

The Calling of Juan (Duet)
Leonardo Brito and Cori Lewis

Intermission

House of Mad'moiselle

By Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Original work Mad’moiselle, World Premiere: 2010, The Joyce Theater
Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Drag Dramaturgy and Drag Wardrobe by Nicholas Villeneuve
Soundscape by Bart Rijnink
Costume Conception by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Costume Development and Construction by Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash
Music by Leonard Bernstein, Bart Rijnik, Chavela Vargas, Oro Solido and Charles Gounod

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Mad'moiselle
Adam Dario Morales

Intermission

18+1

By Gustavo Ramírez Sansano

World Premiere: 2012
Choreography by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano
Music by Pérez Prado
Costume Design by Ghabriello Fernando
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Opening Solo
Amanda del Valle

Mama Teach Me
Fatima Andere

Sunday, April 28: 2:00 pm

Buscando a Juan

By Eduardo Vilaro

World Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Choreography by Eduardo Vilaro
Costume Design by Eduardo Vilaro
Associate Costume Design by Dianela Gil
Music by Osvaldo Golijov
Recorded by Orquestra La Pasión, Members of the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra of Venezuela & Maria Guinand
Set and Lighting Designs by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Daryn Diaz, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Amanda Ostuni, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Juan de Pareja
Leonardo Brito

Diego Velázquez
Antonio Cangiano

The Calling of Juan (Duet)
Leonardo Brito and Cori Lewis

Intermission

House of Mad'moiselle

By Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Premiere: 2024, New York City Center
Original work Mad’moiselle, World Premiere: 2010, The Joyce Theater
Choreography by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Drag Dramaturgy and Drag Wardrobe by Nicholas Villeneuve
Soundscape by Bart Rijnink
Costume Conception by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa
Costume Development and Construction by Diana Ruettiger
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash
Music by Leonard Bernstein, Bart Rijnik, Chavela Vargas, Oro Solido and Charles Gounod

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Antonio Cangiano, Amanda del Valle, Daryn Diaz, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Adam Dario Morales, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Mad'moiselle
Adam Dario Morales

Intermission

18+1

By Gustavo Ramírez Sansano

World Premiere: 2012
Choreography by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano
Music by Pérez Prado
Costume Design by Ghabriello Fernando
Lighting Design by Christopher Ash

Performed by
Fatima Andere, Amir J. Baldwin, Leonardo Brito, Amanda del Valle, Ana Estrada, Paulo Hernandez-Farella, Cori Lewis, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Omar Rivéra, Isabel Robles

Soloist
Amanda del Valle

2023-2024
Company Dancers

CORI LEWIS
LOUISIANA

ADAM MORALES
NEW YORK

AMANDA OSTUNI
NEW YORK

OMAR RIVÉRA
CALIFORNIA

ISABEL ROBLES
VIRGINIA

ISABELLA VERGARA
NEW JERSEY


Company Information

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Check out our tour schedule to find a city near you.

Booking 

For Company booking information and inquiries, please contact:

Matthew Bledsoe, Executive Vice President
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212-994-3565 | [email protected]

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