A small ensemble from RDB dances small segments from the tour repertoire in a small scale event at a small stage in Guggenheim. If you can handle seing big ballet pieces in minuture and is able to look above the wrong scales you canl get a pleasant glimpse of the tour material and some of the leading dancers at the tour online at
The glimpses included a lenghty outtake of Hübbe and Lund's Bournonville variations, a fine Jockey dance with Alban Lendorf and Thomas Lund, a segment of Elo's "Lost on Slow" and bigger segments of "La Sylphide", "A Folk's Tale" and "Napoli". The programme also include a lenghty interview with Nikolaj Hübbe about his career and his directorship. Hübbe describes himself as a rather conservative ballet master with a preference for the classical school, and he lift the lid on next year repertoire, which will include more of his NYCB heritage and that a certain Russian choreographer will call by Copenhagen the season after next.
He also said that Johan Kobborg will reprise the role of the dance teacher in "the Lesson" on the tour.