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Only that there will be a tour -- details have not yet been announced.

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She is listed to be in NJ I think in October, I believe Dale posted a link.

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This is not new information, but I was told there'd be a six-week tour in October/November and the Kennedy Center engagement this year would be in December.

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Kennedy Center website now lists dates for Suzanne Farrell Ballet: December 2 to 6 I believe, but no program info. Also I cannot find any online information regarding the tour--where she will be and when? Does anyone know anything yet? Farrell Fan? Anyone?

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The Suzanne Farrell Ballet is scheduled to perform in Ann Arbor, Michigan the evening of October 31st. She is scheduled to take part in the Balachine Symposium at the U. Michigan that weekend.

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In October, Suzanne Farrell Ballet will be at Princeton and NJPAC.

I believe both programs are to include Divertimento No. 15, Tzigane, Variations for Orchestra and Chaconne.

The Michigan program on Friday, October 31 (8:30 pm)

includes Balanchine/Tchaikovsky Mozartiana, Pas de Deux, Meditation, “Elegie” from Suite No. 3, and Serenade. All-schaikovsky, probably the same rep. the company will be doing at Kennedy Center.

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To the question as to whether the company will perform in New York, the tour has not been released yet. But I checked the possible venues for performances in New York and I don't see anything yet. Maybe when the Joyce, New Victory, and BAM announce their 2003-2004 seasons there will be dates in NY City.

The closest now is NJPAC, which is a wonderful venue. Maybe my favorite. And it is very easy (and inexpensive) to get to from NY.

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The company is listed as performing at the Flint Center in SF Bay Area, California on November 16.

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