Rolling Stones Ballet Rumored to Debut Next April in New York City

Mick Jagger always had the moves like, well, Jagger. Now the music of The Rolling Stones is set to be featured in a new ballet, according to Page Six.

A “dance source” tells the New York Post that Jagger’s girlfriend–31-year-old Melanie Hamrick–is taking a leave of absence from the American Ballet Theatre to “work on choreographing her first ballet — an original piece set to Rolling Stones music, edited by Mick Jagger, with selections [including] ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want,’ ‘Paint It Black’ and ‘She’s a Rainbow.'”

Jagger, 75, shares a two-year-old son, Dev, with Hamrick.

Rumor has it the  ballet will debut at a festival in March hosted by the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia. It will then debut in the United States April 18 at Lincoln Center in New York City at a gala for the Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP). The YAGP features student ballet scholarship auditions, performances, workshops, master classes and more.

The Stones kick off their “No Filter” Tour that same month, with two stops scheduled for MetLife Stadium June 13 and June 17.

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