The New Movement



New York Times features William Forsythe’s partnership with Boston Ballet

The New York Times recently highlighted a five-year agreement between USC Kaufman Artistic Advisor William Forsythe and Boston Ballet, in which the company will perform Forsythe’s works.

“I think Bill Forsythe is an important modern artist and a profound American voice,” said Boston Ballet artistic director Mikko Nissinen in an interview with the New York Times.

Read the the complete article on the New York Times.

USC Choreographic Institute

The choreographic institute is a flexible research platform advised by choreographer William Forsythe.

Students will be part of fieldwork and studies that develop taxonomies, methodologies and mediums for articulating possible actions in the field of choreography. The Institute will work closely with partner schools within USC, including the School of Cinematic Arts and the Thornton School of Music, and will engage with practitioners from a variety of disciplines to provide stimulating ground for creation and curiosity.