Fall Works & Process Tickets Now On Sale

Bryan Brooks Moving Company dancer Haylee Nichelle. Photo: Christopher Duggan

The performing-arts series Works & Process at the Guggenheim, now celebrating its 30th year of programming, is pleased to announce that tickets are on sale for the fall 2014 season.

Season highlights include two programs held at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center: Artists at Work, Artists in Process, an exhibition of historic photographs from Works & Process performances, and “Three Choreographers Celebrate,” in which choreographers Karole Armitage, Larry Keigwin, and Pam Tanowitz present archival videos of their past Works & Process programs. The season also includes premieres of new works by Brian Brooks Moving Company, a look behind the scenes at the Kennedy Center’s Little Dancer, and annual performances of Peter & the Wolf and the Holiday Concert. See the full list of programs and buy tickets.

For 30 years, New Yorkers have been able to see, hear, and meet acclaimed artists in an intimate setting unlike any other. A performing-arts series that explores artistic creation through stimulating conversation and performance in the Guggenheim’s Frank Lloyd Wright–designed, 285-seat Peter B. Lewis Theater, Works & Process commissions and champions new works and offers unprecedented access to some of the world’s leading creators and performers. After most performances, you are invited to continue the conversation with the artists at a reception.

Bryan Brooks Moving Company dancer Haylee Nichelle. Photo: Christopher Duggan

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