Joffrey Ballet Ticket Deal for New Works in Chicago – Save $70.
The Joffrey Ballet performs New Works at Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago, IL (April 22, 2015 – May 3, 2015). The production features four chamber pieces in an intimate setting, giving the audience an opportunity to see “honed Joffrey dancers as individuals, up close.”
You can get tickets from the savvy source below for up to $70 off. These offers, which are arranged by the venue and Joffrey with a popular ticket deal source, tend to sell out without notice. So if you’re a Chicago Joffrey fan and are interested in going, check out this ticket promo.
UPDATE: The offers below are all gone for now.
The Joffrey Ballet Tickets
DEAL: Joffrey Ballet New Works Discount Tickets 40% Off.
HOW: The source of this deal asks for free sign in to access their great prices. Print a voucher and take it with you when you go.
WHEN: Performances from April 22 – May 3, 2015.
WHERE: Cadillac Palace Theatre, 151 West Randolph, Chicago, IL 60602. NOTE: Joffrey performs at this new location due to the NFL Draft coming to Chicago.
ABOUT: Here’s how Joffrey describes New Works …
The Joffrey Ballet – New Works
Choreographer: Justin Peck
Music: Philip Glass
Still a dancer with New York City Ballet, Justin Peck has launched his choreographic career with a “buzz” rarely found these days in dance circles. Praised for poetic structure, musicality and invention, The New York Times described In Creases as a “dreamscape that heightens the progress and colors of its score.”
Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Music: Arvo Pärt
Liturgy is an abstract duet Christopher Wheeldon created during his time as resident choreographer for the New York City Ballet. Set to a haunting score by Arvo Pärt, the work is an intriguing exploration of movement and music with complex, innovative partnering. The New York Times called it “wondrous…a striking experiment on a high plane.” Joffrey Premiere
Choreographer: Nicolas Blanc
Music: Max Richter
Created for Joffrey Ballet dancers by one of our ballet masters, this lyrical piece follows the thread of poetry running through the lives of a couple at the beginning of their romance, and in their autumn years. As the poet suggests, life is a collection of memories. Joffrey Premiere
Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Music: Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky
Incantations, set to a meditative score of the same name by Russian minimalist composer Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky, is a 27-minute, abstract work that was created by Caniparoli for the Joffrey. The arc of the music and the ballet is continuous movement, akin to a vortex or a mantra creating a zen-like spiral of movement and emotion. Underlying this spiral motion is a sense of human spirituality, mysticism and prayer.