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Works & Process at the GuggenheimWinter-Spring 2010


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#1 carbro

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Posted 28 December 2009 - 01:24 PM

Tickets are on sale for the upcoming season.


Season kicks off on January 10 with a benefit evening, a conversation with Freddie Franklin. The program repeats the following night at the usual price. Other events of likely interest to BalletTalkers include:
  • The Art of Teaching: Participation and Perception (with Damian Woetzel)
    Sunday, January 24 (One night only!)
  • Emotion & Motion(Paris Opera Ballet)
    Sunday, February 14 and Monday, February 15
  • American Ballet Theatre at 70
    Sunday, May 9 and Monday, May 10
  • Pacific Northwest Ballet: Balanchine's Petipa
    Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15
  • Nacho Duato
    Monday, May 17 and Tuesday, May 16
  • New York City Ballet: New Dance/New Music
    Sunday, May 23 and Monday, May 24
All of the above begin at 7:30.

For the complete schedule and ordering instructions, go here.

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Posted 28 December 2009 - 04:15 PM

[*]Pacific Northwest Ballet: Balanchine's Petipa
Friday, May 14 and Saturday, May 15


These are always fascinating programs. but I saw the above here in Seattle, and think it will be particularly special.

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 11:32 AM

I just checked the PNB schedule, and while the company will be in rehearsal for "Coppelia" (and, hopefully, a season wrap-up program), there is no performance conflict near or on these dates.

The format in Seattle has been lecture/demo, and if the format holds for these, the Guggenheim audience will see beautiful reconstructions danced by beautiful dancers. Here's hoping that Nakamura and Postlewaite will perform excerpts from "La Bayadere" -- to die for.


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