New York City Ballet alluded to the unseasonably toasty season in a sunny program choreographed entirely by Jerome Robbins. Decked out in simple costumes reminiscent of sandy shores and bygone days, dancers embodied Robbins’ familiar motif of fanciful youth.

The show included “In G Major,” “In Memory Of … ” and “The Concert.” Brian Seibert wrote a great review of the show for the New York Times, available here. If you’re just in the mood for eye candy, click here for the multimedia slideshow. Whether you’re shivering through the drafty season or basking in winter warmth, both are worth a look.

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