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Posted 16 July 2007 - 04:40 PM

This year's new ballets event at Columbia University's Miller Theatre will not involve NYCB choreographers, but will feature a number of that company's dancers. There will be four performances, September 27-30, 2007.

Choreographers:
Alison Chase (former Pilobolus AD), Amanda Miller (founder, Pretty Ugly Dance Company), and Luca Veggetti (Italian dancer and choreographer)
Dancers Scheduled to Appear:
Jared Angle, Charles Askegard, Frances Chiaverini, Megan Fairchild, Robert Fairchild, Rebecca Jefferson, Megan LeCrone, Amanda Miller, Rachel Piskin, Abi Stafford, Daniel Ulbricht, Andrew Veyette
Music:
John Adams - Johnís Book of Alleged Dances
Fred Frith - Fell, Lelekovice (String Quartet #1: VII)
Paolo Aralla - Analogie: Quaderno
Musicians:
Sirius String Quartet
Nick Didkovsky, electric guitar
Michael Nicolas, cello

Co-produced with Works & Process at the Guggenheim

http://www.millerthe...x?seasonid=2008

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Posted 13 August 2007 - 08:54 AM

Received an e-mail today from Miller saying tickets were now available from the above clickable address. Some of us noted that we didn't have good views for last year's event, but today I found excellent seats were available. Moreover, the order confirmation e-mail said that I would receive a gift subs to Time Out New York (as long as supplies last).

[Added upon receipt of a second e-mail]: "At this time we have discovered an error in the confirmation message
that you received, which relates to an offer to receive a subscription to Time Out New York magazine. That offer was valid only during the 2006-07 season and is no longer available."


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