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Program 7 2011Petrouchka, Underskin, Number Nine


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#1 sf_herminator

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Posted 19 April 2011 - 11:33 PM

Casting for all performances of Program 7 (http://www.sfballet....ets/casting.asp)



PROGRAM 7 Opening Night
Friday, April 08, 2011, 8:00 PM

PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka: Pascal Molat
Ballerina: Clara Blanco
Moor: Daniel Deivison-Oliveira

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Sofiane Sylve
Yuan Yuan Tan, Lorena Feijoo, Frances Chung
Vitor Luiz, Pascal Molat, Gennadi Nedvigin

INTERMISSION

World Premiere
NUMBER NINE
Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Frances Chung*, Pascal Molat*
Maria Kochetkova*, Gennadi Nedvigin*
Yuan Yuan Tan*, Ruben Martin Cintas*
Lorena Feijoo*, Vitor Luiz*


PROGRAM 7 Matinee
Sunday, April 10, 2011, 2:00 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka: Gennadi Nedivigin
Ballerina: Dores Andre*
Moor: Quinn Wharton*

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Elana Altman
Sarah Van Patten*, Maria Kochetkova, Courtney Elizabeth
Anthony Spaulding, Pascal Molat, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Frances Chung, Pascal Molat
Maria Kochetkova, Gennadi Nedvigin
Yuan Yuan Tan, Ruben Martin Cintas
Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz


PROGRAM 7 Evening
Wednesday, April 13, 2011, 7:30 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka:Gennadi Nedivigin
Ballerina: Dores Andre*
Moor: Gaetano Amico*

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN
Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Elana Altman
Sarah Van Patten, Maria Kochetkova, Courtney Elizabeth
Anthony Spaulding, Pascal Molat, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Frances Chung, Pascal Molat
Maria Kochetkova, Gennadi Nedvigin
Yuan Yuan Tan, Ruben Martin Cintas
Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz




PROGRAM 7 Evening
Thursday, April 14, 2011, 8:00 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka: Pascal Molat
Ballerina: Clara Blanco
Moor: Daniel Deivison-Oliveira

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Sofiane Sylve
Yuan Yuan Tan, Lorena Feijoo, Frances Chung
Vitor Luiz, Pascal Molat, Gennadi Nedvigin

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Clara Blanco, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Vanessa Zahorian, Garen Scribner
Sarah Van Patten, Ruben Martin Cintas
Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz


PROGRAM 7 Matinee
Saturday, April 16, 2011, 2:00 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka:James Sofranko*
Ballerina: Dores Andre
Moor: Gaetano Amico

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Jennifer Stahl
Sarah Van Patten, Maria Kochetkova, Courtney Elizabeth
Anthony Spaulding, Pascal Molat, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Clara Blanco* Jaime Garcia Castilla*
Vanessa Zahorian*, Garen Scribner*
Sarah Van Patten*, Ruben Martin Cintas
Elana Altman*, Vito Mazzeo*




PROGRAM 7 Evening
Saturday, April 16, 2011, 8:00 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka: Gennadi Nedvigin
Ballerina: Clara Blanco
Moor: Daniel Deivison-Oliveira

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Sofiane Sylve
Yuan Yuan Tan, Lorena Feijoo, Courtney Elizabeth
Vitor Luiz, Pascal Molat, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Frances Chung, Pascal Molat
Maria Kochetkova, Gennadi Nedvigin
Yuan Yuan Tan, Ruben Martin Cintas
Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz


Program 7 Evening
Tuesday, April 19, 2011, 8:00 PM
PETROUCHKA
Choreographer: Michel Fokine
Composer: Igor Stravinsky
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Petrouchka: Gennadi Nedvigin
Ballerina: Elizabeth Miner
Moor: Quinn Wharton

INTERMISSION

UNDERSKIN

Choreographer: Renato Zanella
Composer: Arnold Schoenberg
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Sofiane Sylve
Sarah Van Patten, Maria Kochetkova, Courtney Elizabeth
Anthony Spaulding, Pascal Molat, Jaime Garcia Castilla

INTERMISSION

NUMBER NINE

Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon
Composer: Michael Torke
Conductor: Emil de Cou

Clara Blanco, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Vanessa Zahorian, Garen Scribner
Sarah Van Patten, Ruben Martin Cintas
Elana Altman, Vito Mazzeo


* Denotes premiere in role.

Casting subject to change.

#2 Andre Yew

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Posted 26 May 2011 - 10:08 AM

Sorry, I didn't see this until now. I saw the April 10 show. Petrouchka was great, with lots of pathos tinged by humor, great sets, and dancing. The playing by the orchestra as fantastic.

Unfortunately, the rest of the program was a letdown. Zanella's insipid ballet was affected, had no interesting choreography --- he used ballet vocabulary, but in only the most basic of ways. Contrast this to Artifact Suite or Possokhov's Classical Symphony, never mind any Balanchine or Petipa --- and had the typical dark and moody lighting with enigmatic stage sets. Neither of which really served the choreography at all. I hope they didn't pay too much for this piece. The only nice thing was the lead girl's costume: it looked like a sheer, black body suite with shiny embroidery that resembled some kind of sci-fi armor a superhero from the future might wear.

Wheeldon's Number Nine was a monotonous rush from beginning to end, except with none of his usual witty constructions (even when he doesn't have anything more to say), and no time to rest the eye. The costumes in bright colors looked great.


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