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ABT-Ratmansky Interview at Brooklyn Library


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Posted 07 April 2011 - 09:19 AM

"An Afternoon with Alexei Ratmansky

Sunday, May 8, 1:30PM
Central Library, Dweck Center

American Ballet Theatreís Artist in Residence, choreographer Alexei Ratmansky, discusses his upcoming production of The Bright Stream, presented June 9-15 during ABTís 2011 Spring Season at the Metropolitan Opera House. This comic masterpiece takes place during a harvest festival on a collective farm in the Russian steppes, and is set to Dmitri Shostakovichís vivid folk music. Born in St. Petersburg, Mr. Ratmansky trained at the Bolshoi Ballet School in Moscow, and is the former artistic director of the Bolshoi Ballet."


--Has anyone attended events at the Brooklyn Library? Are reservations suggested, or does one need to get in line extremely early?


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