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#1 Leigh Witchel

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Posted 18 November 2007 - 09:53 AM

A few I know - I hope we can compile a larger list.

Lew Christensen's "Filling Station" is being done in program 1 at SFB, starting at the end of January.

In Paris, you can see Suite en Blanc, along with Roland Petit's L'Arlesienne and Bejart's Bolero in February. http://www.operadepa...cle.asp?IdS=458

London is reviving works by Ashton and Macmillan this season, but not by other lesser-known choreographers.

#2 Helene

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Posted 18 November 2007 - 03:38 PM

Sadly, some of these performances have already taken place this season.

Dutch National Ballet produced a Hans van Manen Festival to celebrate the choreographer's 75th birthday:
  • Program 1: Metaforen (1965); Simple Things* (2001); Trois Gnossiennes** (1982}; Sarcasmen (; Two Pieces for Dutch National Ballet (1997); Grosse Fuge*** (1971), performed by Netherlands Dance Theatre II*, Kirov Ballet**, San Francisco Ballet***, and Dutch National Ballet. (September 11-12)
  • Program 2: Adagio Hammerklavier (1973); The Old Man and Me* (1996); Solo (1997); Twilight (1972); 5 Tango's (1977), performed by Bayerisches Staatsballett* and Dutch National Ballet. (September 15-16)
  • Program 3: Visions Fugitives* (1990); Unisono** (1978); Dreaming about you (2006); Frank Bridge Variations (2005), performed by Introdans*, Nationale Balletacademie**, and Dutch National Ballet (September 18, 22)
  • Program 4: Fantasia* (1993); Sarcasmen (); Source of Inspiration** (); Corps (1985)***, performed by BalletMainz*, NDT I**, Stuttgart Ballet***, and Dutch National Ballet (September 24, 26)
  • Program 5: SymfonieŽn der Nederlanden (1987); Video special (Henk van Dijk); Black Cake (1989); Live (1979), performed by Dutch National Ballet. (September 27-30)
  • VanManenMix: Polish Pieces (1995); Sticky Piece (2003); Bits and Pieces (1984); Squares (1969) or Ajakaboembie (1971), performed by Introdans Youth Ensemble. Arnhelm (September 22-23), Amsterdam (September 25), Den Haag (September 29), zwolle (September 30).
  • Tour Program: Adagio Hammerklavier, Black Cake, Dreaming about you; Metaforen, performed by Dutch National Ballet. Rotterdam (November 5), Gouda (November 6), Den Bosch (November 8), Utrecht (November 9), Den Haag (November 11), Eindhoven (November 13), Arnhem (November 14), Groningen (November 15), Leeuwarden (November 16), Breda (November 17).
  • Holland Festival Program: In Space: Collaboration between Dutch National Ballet Resident Choreographers Hans van Manen, Ted Brandsen, and Krzysztof Pastor. (June 14-5, 17-18, 20, 2008)
Grosse Fuge:
Sarasota Ballet: (March 21-2, 2008)


The Stuttgarter Ballett is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the birth of John Cranko, and many of the performances are still upcoming:
  • Cranko Moves 1: Brouillards (1970); Presence (1968); Jeu de Cartes (1965). (October 28, 31, November 23, December 2, 2007; January 12, 18, 2008)
  • Cranko Moves 2: Initialen R.B.M.E (1972); Carmen (1971) (December 6, 8, 12-14, 26; January 13, 19, 21, 26-27, 2008)
  • John Cranko -- Ballet Gala: Excerpts from : L'Estro Amonico (1963); The Lady and the Fool ** (1954); Holbergs Zeit; Romeo und Julia+++ (1962); Der Widerspentigen Zaehmung*** (1969); Swan Lake+ (1963); Pas de deux; Onegin++ (1965); plus Legende (1976) and Hommage a Bolschoi (1965?), performed by dancers from *John Cranko School, **Birmingham Royal Ballet, ***Bayerisches Staatsballet/Stuttgarter Ballet/National Ballet of Canada, +Ballet de Santiago de Chile, ++American Ballet Theatre/Royal Danish Ballet/Stuttgarter Ballet/Royal Ballet London, +++The Australian Ballet/Chinese National Ballet (January 12, 2008)
Onegin:
Staatsoper Berlin (October 29, November 1, 6, 9, 12, 18)

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Lew Christensen
Filling Station:
San Francisco Ballet (January 29-30, February 1, 2, 7, 9, 2008)

Agnes deMille
Fall River Legend:
American Ballet Theatre: (November 1-4)
Rodeo:
Ballet British Columbia: Whitehorse (September 28, 30), Trail (October 2), Nelson (October 4), Banff (october 6), Sherwood Park (October 9), Grand Prairie (October 11), Prince George (October 13), Kamloops (October 15, 18)
Festival Ballet Providence: (February 8-10, 2008)
A Rose for Miss Emily:
Richmond Ballet Studio 2: (November 6-11)

William Dollar
Le Combat
New York Theatre Ballet, Florence Gould Hall (April 11-12)

Flemming Flindt
Caroline Mathilde:
Royal Ballet of Denmark (September 22-3, 26, 29, October 1, 5, 9, 12-3)
The Lesson:
Bolshoi Ballet (October 27-31, December 13-4, March 25-26)

Mikhail Fokine
Chopiniana:
Dresden SemperOper (October 4, 6, 8, 10, 12-13)
Petrushka:
Dresden SemperOper (October 4, 6, 8, 10, 12-13)
The Firebird
Dresden SemperOper (October 4, 6, 8, 10, 12-13)

Robert Joffrey
Pas des Deeses:
Joffrey Ballet: Berkeley Tour (October 4-6)
Staatsoper Berlin (January 27, 30-31, February 1, 4, 2008)

Harold Lander
Etudes:
Dutch National Ballet (March 18, 20-23, 26-27, 29-30 and April 5-6, 2008)

Serge Lifar
Suite en blanc
Paris Opera Ballet-Creteil ((February 14-16, 2008)

Leonide Massine
Les Presages:
Australian Ballet (November 7-12, 14-17, 19-24, 26, 2008)
Bolshoi Ballet (March 8-9, 2008)

Asaf Messerer
Class Concert:
Bolshoi Ballet (November 24-5)

Roland Petit
Pique Dame:
Bolshoi Ballet-Paris (January 11-13, 2008); Moscow (November 24-5)
Les Forains:
School of the Paris Opera Ballet: (April 12-4, 19, 2008)

Andre Prokovsky
Vespri:
Sarasota Ballet: (March 21-2, 2008)

Leo Staats
Soir de fÍte:
School of the Paris Opera Ballet: (April 12-14, 19, 2008)

#3 Leigh Witchel

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Posted 18 November 2007 - 06:25 PM

I forgot - in April, (during the proposed Ballet Talk on Tour) the school of the POB is doing Leo Staats' Soir de Fete and Petit's Les Forains.

#4 Marga

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Posted 19 November 2007 - 09:12 AM

Festival Ballet Providence

Agnes deMille's Rodeo
Antony Tudor's The Leaves are Fading

VMA Arts & Cultural Center,
1 Avenue of the Arts
Friday February 8, 2008 at 7:30 pm
Saturday February 9, 2008 at 7:30 pm
Sunday February 10, 2008 at 2:30 pm


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