Attendees will be treated to The Craft of Choreography, an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Company and the creation of a ballet. Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins, along with current and former Resident Choreographers Justin Peck and Christopher Wheeldon, will be among those participating in the onstage program giving luncheon attendees insight into the choreographic process. Following the program will be a champagne reception hosted by Ruinart, along with an elegant seated luncheon on the theater’s grand Promenade. Do not miss your opportunity to attend one of New York City’s most popular special events of the year. This is such a wonderful opportunity in the midst of a dreary February day to find yourself in the darkened audience at Lincoln Center watching young dancers in masterful performances. This year will be especially interesting as we are privy to the private process of choreography. For tickets and information, please go to New York City Ballet 2016 Annual Luncheon.
For what to wear to this highly sought after event, we began with a generous sponsor, Temple St Clair, whose passion for creative expression in gold and precious gemstones has spanned 30 years ago. These brilliant pieces, illustrating narratives of earth and cosmo, helped to creat our ensemble that can will work for morning meetings, a delightful presentation and luncheon and pirouette straight through to drinks and dinner. The Festina Dress is filled with feminine appeal, while the Wool Sheath is a lesson in schoolgirl chic. Both are by Boss and are so well priced. A pair of simple pumps and a Valentino Statement Bag of the season complete the sophisticated look.
Boss Festina Wool Dress $375 / Boss Stretch Wool Dress $595 / Valentino Denim Butterfly Bag $3450 / Nicholas Kirkwood Sling Back Pumps $630 / Christian Louboutin d’Orsay Pumps $675 / Temple St Clair Jewelry