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Rudolph Nureyev: A Life in DanceAt the de Young Museum, San Francisco 10/6/12 through 2/17/13


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#1 PeggyR

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Posted 28 September 2012 - 05:49 PM

[font=Helvetica][size=5][size=4]If you happen to be in the San Francisco Bay Area between October 6, 2012 and February 17, 2013: [/size][/size][/font]
[font=Helvetica][size=5][size=4]de Young Museum: Rudolph Nureyev: A Life in Dance[/size][/size][/font]
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[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Related Lectures & Events:[/size][/size][/font]
[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Friday October 5, 2012[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]Members-Only Preview Hours and VIP Room [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]1:00 pm[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]Members' Opening for "Rudolf Nureyev: A Life in Dance" [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]6:00 pm[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]Film Screening: "The Red Shoes" (1948) [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]6:15 pm[/size][/size][/font]
[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Saturday October 6, 2012[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]Panel Discussion: “The Life and Work of Rudolf Nureyev” [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]10:00 am[/size][/size][/font]
[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Friday October 12, 2012[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]“Inspiration,” by Tiit Helimets, Principal Dancer of the San Francisco Ballet [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]6:00 pm[/size][/size][/font]
[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Saturday October 13, 2012[/size][/size][/font]
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[font=Arial][size=5][size=4]Saturday November 17, 2012[/size][/size][/font]
[size=5][size=4]"From Tutus to Trunks: The Shaping of Dance Design" with Connie Strayer [/size][/size][font=Arial][size=5][size=4]10:00 am[/size][/size][/font]

#2 Helene

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Posted 02 October 2012 - 05:05 PM

The panel discussion is this Saturday 10am at the de Young. From their email:

Internationally recognized as the world’s most celebrated ballet dancer of his time, Rudolf Nureyev demanded perfection–from the meticulous footwork and athleticism of his choreography to the delicate details of his costumes. Immerse yourself in a dramatic installation of original costumes and photographs highlighting the spellbinding theatricality of the original dance superstar.

Tickets $5-$20, free for FAMSF members


Panel Discussion: The Life and Work of Rudolf Nureyev
Saturday, October 6, 10 am
de Young, Koret Auditorium
The de Young, in partnership with San Francisco Ballet, will host a panel discussion featuring the leaders of SF Ballet and other special guests, who will discuss their personal memories of Rudolf Nureyev and the artist’s lasting impact on the dance world.

Panelists will include:
Patrick Armand, Associate Director, San Francisco Ballet School
Maina Gielgud, freelance ballet director, stager, principal coach and teacher, previously artistic director of the Australian Ballet and the Royal Danish Ballet
Martin Kamer, costume and set designer for Rudolf Nureyev
Glenn McCoy, Executive Director, San Francisco Ballet
Helgi Tomasson, Artistic Director, San Francisco Ballet

Tickets: $55, $35 for FAMSF members

#3 Jane Simpson

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Posted 31 October 2012 - 05:09 AM

The Nureyev panel discussion is now available on YouTube:



#4 Bonnette

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Posted 31 October 2012 - 07:54 AM

This is marvelous! Thank you for posting the video, Jane.


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