Justin Peck's Everywhere We Go with Music by Sufjan Stevens at NYC Ballet
The epic new performance ‘Everywhere We Go’ features 25 dancers in a nine-part exploration of Sufjan Stevens' cinematic score, the indie-pop icon's first orchestral work, with each section accented by a multilayered and shifting geometric backdrop by Karl Jensen.
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