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Posted 04 January 2014 - 12:25 PM

Cincinnati Ballet offers fitness classes. Video.

 

Cincinnati Ballet Instructor Heather Brill tells FOX19 that their Rhythm & Motion class is for dancers and non-dancers who just want to get in a great workout.

 

 



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Posted 04 January 2014 - 12:27 PM

Dance people to watch in 2014 from The Stage.
 

Tamara Rojo

English National Ballet’s out-spoken and media-savvy artistic director Rojo is 18 months into the post and doing a fine job. Having pinched principal ballerina Alina Cojocaru from the Royal Ballet, ENB now boasts an impressive roster of talent. Highlights included a new staging of Le Corsaire. This year Rojo will reunite with Carlos Acosta to dance Romeo and Juliet at the Royal Albert Hall.

 

 

 



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Posted 06 January 2014 - 05:48 PM

The New Mexico Ballet Company presents "Don Quixote."

The Philharmonic will play Ludwig Minkus’ original ballet music. His music is probably less familiar to the orchestra’s musicians than Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky’s music for “The Nutcracker” ballet or Sergei Prokofiev’s music for the “Romeo and Juliet” ballet, said Grant Cooper, who is guest-conducting the Philharmonic.

 

“But the music of Minkus is very straightforward, classic middle-of-the-19th-century ballet music,” Cooper said. “The music is characterized by extremely regular metrical structure. That is to say it is easy to count and keep track of. It is also music that is extremely melodious, which means there is an obvious emphasis on the melody and its accompaniment.”

 

 



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Posted 06 January 2014 - 05:50 PM

A review of the new film "Five Dances" by George Heymont in The Huffington Post.

 

The protagonist of Five Dances is 18-year-old Chip (Ryan Steele), a young man who won a scholarship from the Joffrey Ballet. Shortly after arriving in New York, Chip started to work with Anthony (Luke Murphy), a choreographer creating a modern dance piece for a gala event. The other dancers in the ensemble are Theo (Reed Luplau), Cynthia (Kimiye Corwin) and Katie (Catherine Miller).

 



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Posted 06 January 2014 - 05:52 PM

An interview with Diane Paulus.

 

Paulus, who spent part of her autumn co-teaching a class on theater and magic at Harvard, is also collaborating with Boston Ballet on a new take on Moliere’s “Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme,” to be performed in 2015 at the Opera House.

 




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