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Events for May 22, 2014

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----- NYCB-Classic NYCB I
By Helene

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Season calendar:
http://www.nycballet...s/Calendar.aspx


----- NYCB-Jewels
By Helene

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Season calendar:
http://www.nycballet...s/Calendar.aspx


----- Ballet West-Innovations
By Helene

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More Info:
http://www.balletwes...50thAnniversary


----- Houston Ballet-Modern Masters
By Helene

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Program and Ticket Info:
http://www.houstonba...Modern_Masters/
 
The Four Temperaments (1946)
Music: Paul Hindemith
Choreography: George Balanchine
Lighting Design: Tony Tucci
 
In the middle, somewhat elevated (1987)
Music: Thom Willems
Choreography: William Forsythe
Costume, lighting and scenic design: William Forsythe
 
Petite Mort (1991)
Music: W.A. Mozart
(Piano Concerto in A Major – Adagio, and Piano Concerto in C Major – Andante) Choreography: Jiří Kylián
Costume Design: Joke Visser
Lighting Design: Joop Caboort
 
Sechs Tanze (Six Dances) (1986)
(Houston Ballet Premiere)
Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Choreography, scenery and costumes: Jiří Kylián
Lighting Design: Joop Caboort


----- Boston Ballet-Jewels
By Helene

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Emeralds
Rubies
Diamonds
 
Program and ticket info:
http://www.bostonballet.org/jewels/
 


----- Royal Danish Ballet-Same Same But Different (Skues
By Helene

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 Skuespilhuset Store Scene


In May 2013, Corpus held the premiere of its first full-scale ballet We're not waving ... We're drowning. To reconstruct last year’s performance, Corpus has this year handpicked a number of artists and cultural figures, who do not necessarily have anything to do with dance.
The title says it all. Everything is the same – and yet not quite so. For how will this performance be interpreted by people with an entirely different background and outlook? Indeed, will the performance show us a whole new angle of ballet as an art form?
The topics and set design are unchanged, and we may even see a repeat of a few step designs. But things are most definitely out of the ordinary when audiences are once again invited to experience an exciting and unorthodox evening where dance makes an impact and where set ideals of expression are challenged.
 
Program and ticket info:
http://kglteater.dk/...e-but-different
 


----- Northern Ballet-Midsummer Night's (Milton Keynes)
By Helene

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6-7 September,2013: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Quarry Hill
10-14 September, 2013: West Yorkshire Playhouse, Quarry Hill
17-21 September, 2013: Theatre Royal, Newcastle
01-05 October, 2013: Royal Theatre, Nottingham
20-24 May, 2014: Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
28-31 May, 2014: The Mayflower, Southampton

Program and Ticket Info:
http://northernballe...er-nights-dream


----- Bolshoi Ballet-Swan Lake (Kennedy Center)
By Helene

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http://www.kennedy-c...ts/?event=BOBSF


----- ABT-Classic Spectacular (Met)
By Helene

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Ticket and program info from calendar:
http://www.metoperaf...onthyear=5-2014


----- Mariinsky Ballet-The Fountain of Bakhchisarai
By Helene

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http://www.mariinsky...bill_month=show


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May 2014

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