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Spoleto Festival

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#1 Paquita


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Posted 14 May 2003 - 05:43 AM

The NBoC will be performing in Charleston, South Carolina on May 24 and 25 as part of the festival. They will be perfoming Kudelka's Four Seasons and Mrozewski's Delicate Battle as well as Apollo.
See their website: www.ballet.ca for more info.

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Posted 14 May 2003 - 01:27 PM

Yes, I'll be in Charleston then, but tickets run up to 75 bucks... too much for a family of four. (at least for our family)

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Posted 15 May 2003 - 05:59 PM

:o You’re right, $75 Canadian is a lot of money. Still cheaper than the NBoC’s top price: $114. You may consider buying the cheap seats ($35) and bringing opera glasses. Not that I have stock in Pentax but I use the Pentax 9 x 17 FB Lite. They’re the perfect fit between opera glasses and binoculars- a pas de deux between the two in the shape of a very small box and they weigh only 5 ounces. The beauty is they can be used for other things like concerts or sporting events and they have magnification of 7 or 9x. They’re also very discreet for those who wish to indulge in the guilty pleasure of observing ballet action up close. FYI: They’re best for close up scenes with little movement.

They also have a lifetime guarantee! Below is a link for those who wish to read more from the website which had the lowest price that I could find

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