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Library Catalogue - new exhibit

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With many thanks to the New York Public Library (and Mindy Aloff), we have the complete catalogue of its current Balanchine exhibit on DanceView Times:

Balanchine at the New York Public Library

If anyone has a chance to go see this, please tell us what you especially liked (or didn't).

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I'm bumping this up: if you haven't yet gone, this exhibit runs only through April 24th.

Has anyone seen it? Comments welcome! (Click the link in the post above to see the very long catalogue.)

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It is certainly worth seeing. I've gone several times. But there is not alot in the show that I had not seen before. I was hoping for more unusual stuff - the SAB section was fun.

If you are in NYC don't miss it.

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I've also gone several times and while I didn't see much new, I did enjoy it very, very much. Professionally, I am always interested in exhibits and how well they are mounted; this is certainly one which should be visited and revisited by anyone who can possibly make it to NYC. As liebs said, don't wait until the spring season--it closes at the end of April. The Nijinsky exhibit last year was very good, and this is even better.

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I'm going to put a quick plug in here for the Balanchine exhibition on the other coast at the San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum. Their website is at www.sfpalm.org and I submitted a brief report on it to Dance View Times this week. New Yorkers, they've got some treasures out there. It runs through June 19.

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