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BAAND in Pictures

For the third year in a row, five of New York City's most iconic dance companies—Ballet Hispánico, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, and Dance Theatre of Harlem—joined forces for for the BAAND Together Dance Festival, hosted by Lincoln Center. Photographed by Steven Pisano.

Alexa Maxwell of New York City Ballet and Antonio Cangiano of Ballet Hispánico perform in the world premiere of Pedro Ruiz’s “Pas de O’Farrill”

Ballet Hispánico in “Línea Recta” by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Dylan Dias McIntyre and Amanda del Valle perform in Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “Línea Recta”

Antonio Cangiano, Dylan Dias McIntyre, Omar Rivéra, and Leonardo Brito perform in Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “Línea Recta”

Antonio Cangiano, Omar Rivéra, and Gabrielle Sprauve perform in Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s “Línea Recta”

Dance Theatre of Harlem in “Nyman String Quartet No. 2” by Robert Garland

Dance Theatre of Harlem in “Nyman String Quartet No. 2” by Robert Garland

Micah Bullard, Kouadio Davis, David Wright of Dance Theatre of Harlem in “Nyman String Quartet No. 2” by Robert Garland

Kamala Saara and Alexandra Hutchinson of Dance Theatre of Harlem in “Nyman String Quartet No. 2” by Robert Garland

American Ballet Theatre's Gillian Murphy and Aran Bell in “Other Dances” by Jerome Robbins

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in excerpt of “Dancing Spirit” by Ronald K. Brown

Constance Stamatiou and Yannick Lebrun in excerpt of “Dancing Spirit” by Ronald K. Brown

Constance Stamatiou and Yannick Lebrun in excerpt of “Dancing Spirit” by Ronald K. Brown

Constance Stamatiou in excerpt of “Dancing Spirit” by Ronald K. Brown

Steven Pisano


Steven Pisano is a performing arts photographer who works in New York and Philadelphia. His photographs have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Dance magazine, Opera News, Feast of Music, Broadway World, and other online and print outlets featuring dance, opera, theater, and music. 

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Beverly

I missed it this year. I was supposed to go on one of the days that the performance was canceled due to the extreme heat. I was so disappointed.

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