Guests Show Off Some Fancy Footwork At The School Of American Ballet's Workshop Performance Benefit

by SARAH CROW · June 2, 2009

    [SAB Students. Photos by WILL RAGOZZINO for PMc] Fans of the performing arts waltzed over to Lincoln Center on Monday night to attend the School of American Ballet's highly anticipated Workshop Performance Benefit. This year's benefit, which celebrated the School's 75th anniversary, included a performance of George Balanchine's Serenade, his first piece choreographed in the United States, in which he used SAB dancers. Among the guests were socialite Pamela Joyner, singer Michelle Pirret, and author Doria de la Chappelle. Proceeds from the evening went toward a scholarship fund for aspiring SAB students.

    Event guests, Paul McGill

    Doria de la Chapelle, Liz McCreery, Reginald Van Lee, Pamela Joyner

    Baroness de Cabrol, Freille Golzchmaz, Emma Geering, Eleni Sarris

    Francois Debrantes, Alexander Debrantes

    Darci Kistler, Peter Martins              Olivia Flatto

    Veronica Reyes, Michelle Pirret, Elyse Newhouse, Harry Kargman, Gillian Miniter

    Mary Millea, Michael Millea, Sheri Farber, Nicolas Luchsinger