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#1 Ballet Lover

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Posted 28 March 2013 - 04:04 AM

Fall 2013:

Chicago, IL - Auditorium Theater
October 4,5
The Sleeping Beauty - Conceived and Produced by Adam Sklute after Petipa
October 6
Rubies
World Premiere (Presto) - Nicolo Fonte
Pas de Deux from Diamonds
The Lottery - Val Caniporoli

 

Saturday November 2, 2013 - Gala performance

Ballet West Alumni Defile

Coppelia - Wedding Pas de deux - Willam Christensen

Anna Karinina - Act 2 pas de Deux - Andre Prokovsky

Diamonds pas de deux - George Balanchine

Light Rain - Pas de Deux - Gerald Arpino

Presto - Nicolo Fonte

 

 

 

November 8-16, 2013 (Kingsbury Hall)
The Firebird (First revival since 1980)
Choreography - Willam Christensen
Petite Mort
Choreography - Jiri Kylian
Who Cares?
Choreography - George Balanchine

Nutcracker 2013
December 6-29 (Capitol Theater)
Nutty Nutcracker
December 30

Winter 2014:

February 14-22, 2014 (Capitol Theater)
The Sleeping Beauty
Conceived and Produced by Adam Sklute after Marius Petipa
Additional Choreography - Mark Goldweber, Pamela Robinson-Harris

Spring 2014:

April 11-19, 2014 (Capitol Theater)
Divertimento #15 (First revival since 1990)
Choreography - George Balanchine
Forgotten Land (Ballet West Premiere)
Choreography - Jiri Kylian
The Rite of Spring (World Premiere)
Choreography - Nicolo Fonte

Innovations 2014:

May 16-24, 2014 (Rose Wagner Theater)
New Work (World Premiere)
Choreography - Matthew Neenan
3 New Works TBA
New Work (World Premiere)
Choreography - Christopher Ruud



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Posted 28 March 2013 - 10:15 AM

Some interesting choices. I don't really know anything about the Christensen Firebird -- anyone here have any experience with it? And Pacific Northwest Ballet is getting Kylian's Forgotten Land as well next season -- I'm always curious when I see that kind of repetition.


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