This three-part performance will explore the many facets of the ballet. Including the flowing blue skirts of Serenade that exemplify beauty and innocence in what George Balanchine called "a dance in the moonlight" that was inspiried by the student dancers of the School of the American Ballet. Continuing with L, choreographed by Ben Stevenson O.B.E. for eleven men as an expression of gratitude and a tribute to Liza Minelli for the wonderful benefit performance she gave in 1974 to help the National Ballet of Washington. Finally ending with Clann, a world premiere by Carl Coomer mising contermporary and classical.