Ballet Chicago Studio Company 2009 Spring Repertory, 15-17 May"Rubies" and new works by Daniel Duell and Ted Seymour
Posted 13 April 2009 - 03:10 PM
Ballet Chicago presents The Spring Repertory's Captivating Rhythms at the Athenaeum Theatre on May 15-17, 2009. The program showcases the choreographic works of George Balanchine, Artistic Director Daniel Duell, and New York choreographer Ted Seymour.
Program: World Premiere (Duell/Bach), Intermission, Alice Gleaning (World Premiere featuring Seymour/Mozart/Shankar/Aphex Twin), Coppelia Wedding Celebration (Duell/Delibes), Intermission, Rubies (Balanchine/Stravinsky).
Program subject to change
Program time with Intermissions: 100 minutes*
Athenaeum Theatre Performance Dates and Times
May 15-17, 2009
Friday, May 15 7:30pm
Saturday, May 16 2:00pm
Saturday, May 16 7:30pm
Sunday, May 17 3:00pm
Tickets on sale April 1, 2009
Price: Adults $20 & $30, Seniors $16 & $24, Students and Children $12
Purchase Tickets: Call Ticketmaster at 312-902-1500
Order online at www.ticketmaster.com, visit any Ticketmaster outlet or visit the
Athenaeum Theatre Box Office at 2936 North Southport in Chicago
For more information - contact the Athenaeum Box Office at (773) 935-6860 or
Ballet Chicago at (312) 341-9290. [New number]
*I've learned that the Saturday matinee performance will last only about an hour and include elements of a lecture-demonstration, using excerpts from the full program to be presented at the other three times, including the last movement only of Rubies.
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Perhaps it should be said that Ballet Chicago is primarily a school, and that the Studio Company is a performing group of the best students selected from among the present and past students. For example, alumna Alicia Fabry is expected to return to lead Rubies with a partner from her company, the Carolina Ballet (Robert Weiss, Artistic Director). Music for the program will be recorded.
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