NYC Ballet's Lauren Lovette on George Balanchine's Raymonda Variations Ballet

Russian choreographer George Balanchine is highly regarded as one of the best ballet choreographers of the 20th century. After moving to the U.S. in 1933, he also had a successful entrepreneurial career as the co-founder of the School of American Ballet and the New York City Ballet.

In this video, NYC Ballet dancer Lauren Lovette talks about what it’s like dancing in Balanchine’s Raymonda Variations ballet.

Soloist Lauren Lovette talks about battling nerves and bringing out her lyrical side in Balanchine’s Raymonda Variations.

You can catch Lauren Lovette in one of the 5 upcoming performances of Raymonda Variations at the Lincoln Center.

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