stars of the RDB touring the eastcoast
Posted 14 September 2003 - 12:34 AM
The group "principals and soloist of the Royal Danish Ballet" will be touring the eastcoast of the united states in january 2004 - until now i discovered that they will be performing:
Sunday, jan. 25, 2004 2:00 PM Brooklyn "Walt Whitman Theater"
tuesday, jan. 27, 2004 8:00 PM Atlanta "the fox theatre"
Wednesday, Jan 28, 2004 8:00 PM New jersey "McCarter Theatre"
thursday, jan. 29, 2004 7:30 PM new jersey "NJPAC"
Ofcourse this is a extension of the Royal danish ballet tour to the kennedy center in Washington DC from the 13th to the 18th of january 2004... But only this smaller group will continue!!
Posted 14 September 2003 - 08:03 AM
Thanks for the information about the tour!
Posted 28 September 2003 - 05:55 AM
And thank you for your welcome - I really think your doing a great job with this forum!!!
Posted 28 September 2003 - 08:05 PM
Posted 13 November 2003 - 09:02 PM
The group is led by Peter Bo Bendixen. Dancers are:
Silja Schandorff, Caroline Cavallo, Marie-Pierre Greve, Tina Hojlund, Claire Henricksen, Amy Watson, Diana Cuni, Thomas Lund, Kenneth Greve, Dawid Kupinscky, Morten Eggert, Kristoffer Sakurai, Nikolaj Hansen, Mads Blangstrup and Fermke Molbach Slot.
Repertoire will include: Bournonvilleana (excerpts from Bournonville ballets but the ballets are not listed), Stanton Welch's The Wish, Tim Rushton's Nomad, John Neumeier's Adagietto, and Napoli Act III.
Posted 14 November 2003 - 02:26 AM
The Wish was danced by Greve and Gitte Lindström a few years back. Nomads has also been in the repetoire with Tina Højlund as the female lead. Neumeier Adagetto was performed mostly as part of his Mahler Ballet but sometimes as a galla piece. It was the one where Arlene Croce reviewed as Middleaged dancers dance when it was made for Erick Bruhn and Makarova. It has been danced ny Schandorff and Greve last time around. Claire Henriksen is Claire Still, who got married recently
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Principals and Soloists of the
ROYAL DANISH BALLET
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts
Sunday, January 25, 2004 at 2:00 PM
Special Guest Star Nikolaj Hübbe
Formed in 1722, the Royal Danish Ballet is one of the oldest and most prestigious dance companies in the world today. In their first NYC appearance in more than a decade, the principals and soloists of this esteemed company offer a program highlighted by works from the 19th century master, August Bournonville. The Artistic director is Peter Bo Bendixen. The company features Silja Schandorff, Caroline Cavallo, Tina Højlund, Claire Henricksen, Amy Watson, Diana Cuni, Thomas Lund, Dawid Kupinscky, Morten Eggert, Kristoffer Sakurai, Nikolaj Hansen, Mads Blangstrup, Femke Molbach Slot, Byron Mildwater. Special guest for the performance will be Nikolaj Hübbe of the New York City Ballet.
The new updated program will include Conservatory Pas de Trois (1849) Choreography: August Bournonville, Music: H.S. Hellsted -H.S. Pauli; Wilhelm Tell (1873) Choreography: August Bournonville, Music: H.S. Hellsted -H.S. Pauli; selections from La Sylphide (1842) Choreography: August Bournonville, Music: Herman Luwenskjold; Nomade (2001) Choreography: Tim Rushton, Music: Arvo Part; Triplex (1999) Choreography: Tim Rushton , Music: Johan Sebastian Bach; Flower Festival in Genzano (1858) Choreography: August Bournonville, Music: H.S. Hellsted - H.S. Paul; Pas de six and the Tarantella from NAPOLI 3rd ACT (1842) Choreography: August Bournonville; Music: H.S. Pauli. (all casting and program subject to change)
Tickets for the Principals and Soloists of the Royal Danish Ballet are only $35. All Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts performances are at the Walt Whitman Theater located on the campus of Brooklyn College (one block from the junction of Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues). Tickets can be ordered by calling the Brooklyn Center box office at (718) 951-4500 or by faxing (718) 951-4437. Box-office hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 1-6 PM. For Group Sales, call (718) 951-4600 ext. 26. Tickets are also available through TicketMaster at (212) 307-7171 and ticketmaster.com.
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