The Sugar Plum Fairy is leaping into your front room this vacation season.
As a candy end to a bitterly harsh yr, the New York City Ballet, in partnership with Sotheby’s, is streaming a particular brief movie
impressed by the hallowed vacation hallmark: “The Nutcracker” — the corporate’s most well-known manufacturing and a New York yuletide custom.
Waltzing into the properties of lifelong lovers of the cherished Peter Tchaikovsky traditional amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NYCB’s specifically choreographed digital showcase — curated by NYCB soloist Peter Walker — will usher at-home audiences via an unforgettable journey of snowflake-frosted enjoyable and fantasy at 2 p.m. Dec. 4.
Strong-armed by the COVID-19 outbreak to cancel its fall, winter and spring seasons 2020-2021 on the onset of the worldwide well being disaster, the NYCB and Sotheby’s are co-presenting the published of “The Nutcracker” as a “feel-good” second for aficionados to re-engage on the planet of the performing arts after months of dormancy.
Adding much more sparkle to the sugar-powdered manufacturing, featured NYCB soloist Sebastian Villarini-Velez and Corps de Ballet member India Bradley will each be styled in glittering jewellery and dazzling watches from Sotheby’s December marquee auctions.
“The Nutcracker” premiere broadcast will kick off Sotheby’s luxurious gross sales collection, the Festival of Wonder, that includes devoted auctions of coveted jewels, watches, designer purses, wine and rather more, provided throughout a collection of dwell and on-line auctions all through December.