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SFB 2014: Program 2


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#1 PeggyR

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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:36 PM

Casts for opening night only, so far...

 

PRINCIPAL CASTING FOR SF BALLET
PROGRAM 2

 

In the event of injury or illness, casting is subject to change

 

To purchase tickets, visit: https://www.sfballet.../program-2-2014

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2014—OPENING NIGHT

FROM FOREIGN LANDS
Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
Conductor: Martin West

 

Russian: Sasha De Sola, Davit Karapetyan
Maria Kochetkova, Gennadi Nedvigin
Italian: Pascal Molat, Sarah Van Patten, Rebecca Rhodes, Dores Andre
German: Sofiane Sylve, Anthony Spaulding, Luke Ingham, Myles Thatcher
Spanish: Maria Kochetkova, Pascal Molat
Sarah Van Patten, Gennadi Nedvigin
Polish: Sofiane Sylve, Sasha De Sola, Dores Andre, Rebecca Rhodes
Davit Karapetyan, Anthony Spaulding, Luke Ingham, Myles Thatcher

 

INTERMISSION

 

World Premiere
TEARS
Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Composer: Steve Reich
Conductor: Martin West

 

Couple 1: Lorena Feijoo*, Vitor Luiz*
Couple 2: Sasha De Sola*, Tiit Helimets*
Couple 3: Ellen Rose Hummel*, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira*

 

INTERMISSION

 

BORDERLANDS
Composers: Joel Cadbury and Paul Stoney
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

[added:  no conductor listed]

 

Maria Kochetkova, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Sarah Van Patten, Pascal Molat
Frances Chung, James Sofranko*
Sofiane Sylve, Anthony Spaulding
Koto Ishihara, Henry Sidford*
Elizabeth Powell, Francisco Mungamba



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Posted 11 February 2014 - 07:51 PM

Lots of Sofiane, yeah.



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Posted 18 February 2014 - 07:18 PM

More casts for Program 2.  It's unusual for the casts to be posted so late, but with Zahorian out, I imagine there's a good bit of shuffling going on.

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19—7:30PM

 

TEARS
Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Composer: Steve Reich
Conductor: Martin West

 

Couple 1: Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz
Couple 2: Sasha De Sola, Tiit Helimets
Couple 3: Ellen Rose Hummel, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira

 

INTERMISSION

 

FROM FOREIGN LANDS
Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
Conductor: Martin West

 

Russian: Sasha De Sola, Davit Karapetyan
Maria Kochetkova, Gennadi Nedvigin
Italian: Pascal Molat, Sarah Van Patten, Rebecca Rhodes, Dores Andre
German: Sofiane Sylve, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Ingham, Myles Thatcher
Spanish: Maria Kochetkova, Pascal Molat
Sarah Van Patten, Gennadi Nedvigin
Polish: Sofiane Sylve, Sasha De Sola, Dores Andre, Rebecca Rhodes
Davit Karapetyan, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Ingham, Myles Thatcher

 

INTERMISSION

 

BORDERLANDS

Choreographer: Joel Cadbury and Paul Stoney
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

 

Maria Kochetkova, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Sarah Van Patten, Pascal Molat
Frances Chung, James Sofranko
Sofiane Sylve, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira
Koto Ishihara, Henry Sidford
Elizabeth Powell, Francisco Mungamba

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21—8PM

 

TEARS
Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Composer: Steve Reich
Conductor: Martin West

 

Couple 1: Lorena Feijoo, Vitor Luiz
Couple 2: Sasha De Sola, Tiit Helimets
Couple 3: Ellen Rose Hummel, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira

 

INTERMISSION

 

FROM FOREIGN LANDS

Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
Conductor: Martin West

 

Russian: Julia Rowe*, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Isabella DeVivo*, Gennadi Nedvigin
Italian: Hansuke Yamamoto*, Mathilde Froustey, Elizabeth Powell*, Shannon Rugani
German: Simone Messmer, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Willis, Steven Morse
Spanish: Isabella DeVivo, Hansuke Yamamoto, Mathilde Froustey, Gennadi Nedvigin
Polish: Simone Messmer, Julia Rowe, Shannon Rugani, Elizabeth Powell
Jaime Garcia Castilla, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Willis, Steven Morse

 

INTERMISSION

 

BORDERLANDS

 

Choreographer: Joel Cadbury and Paul Stoney
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

 

Sasha De Sola*, Sean Orza
Jennifer Stahl*, Tiit Helimets
Kristina Lind, Luke Willis
Dores Andre, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira
Koto Ishihara, Henry Sidford
Jaime Garcia Castilla
Elizabeth Powell, Francisco Mungamba

 

 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23—2PM

 

TEARS

Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Composer: Steve Reich
Conductor: Martin West

 

Couple 1: Shannon Rugani*, Ruben Martin Cintas*
Couple 2: Julia Rowe*, Shane Wuerthner*
Couple 3: Isabella DeVivo*, Steven Morse*

 

INTERMISSION

 

FROM FOREIGN LANDS

Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
Conductor: Martin West

 

Russian: Julia Rowe, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Isabella DeVivo, Vitor Luiz
Italian: Hansuke Yamamoto, Mathilde Froustey, Elizabeth Powell, Shannon Rugani
German: Simone Messmer, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Willis, Steven Morse
Spanish: Isabella DeVivo, Hansuke Yamamoto, Mathilde Froustey, Vitor Luiz
Polish: Simone Messmer, Julia Rowe, Shannon Rugani, Elizabeth Powell
Jaime Garcia Castilla, Shane Wuerthner, Luke Willis, Steven Morse

 

INTERMISSION

 

BORDERLANDS

 

Choreographer: Joel Cadbury and Paul Stoney
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

 

Sasha De Sola, Sean Orza
Jennifer Stahl, Tiit Helimets
Kristina Lind, Luke Willis

Dores Andre, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira
Koto Ishihara, Henry Sidford
Jaime Garcia Castilla
Elizabeth Powell, Francisco Mungamba

 


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Posted 18 February 2014 - 08:12 PM

An interview with Val Caniparoli, choreographer of Tears, world premiere on Program 2. Includes a video with some short performance clips.



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Posted 18 February 2014 - 09:16 PM

I wish I could see this program.  I loved Caniparoli's "The Bridge," and I thought that most of "The Seasons" was terrific.  I know it went east after being performed at PNB -- maybe Louisville? -- but it's been removed from PNB's active rep list, which was very disappointing.



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 04:36 PM

 SATURDAY, MARCH 1—2PM

 

TEARS

Choreographer: Val Caniparoli
Composer: Steve Reich
Conductor: Martin West

 

Couple 1: Shannon Rugani, Ruben Martin Cintas
Couple 2: Julia Rowe, Shane Wuerthner
Couple 3: Isabella DeVivo, Steven Morse

 

Although I’m far from an expert on the subject, I’ve always liked what minimalist music I’ve heard.  If you let yourself sink into it without distractions there are subtle rhythms, delicate shifts in the sound that can be very beautiful.  I don’t think Caniparoli made much use of those subtleties, and his choreography (but not the music) quickly became a little monotonous.  Not a good sign when the choreography becomes a distraction.  Good performances from the second cast.

 

FROM FOREIGN LANDS

Choreographer: Alexei Ratmansky
Composer: Moritz Moszkowski
Conductor: Martin West

 

Russian: Julia Rowe, Jaime Garcia Castilla
Frances Chung, Vitor Luiz
Italian: Esteban Hernandez, Sarah Van Patten, Elizabeth Powell, Shannon Rugani
German: Simone Messmer, Sean Orza*, Luke Willis, Steven Morse
Spanish: Frances Chung, Esteban Hernandez, Sarah Van Patten, Vitor Luiz
Polish:Simone Messmer, Julia Rowe, Shannon Rugani, Elizabeth Powell
Jaime Garcia Castilla, Sean Orza, Luke Willis, Steven Morse

 

Silly fun.  Ratmansky keeps it mostly light hearted, with Simone Messmer bringing lush beauty to ‘German’, and Esteban Hernandez cheerfully flinging himself through ‘Italian’.

 

BORDERLANDS

Composer: Joel Cadbury and Paul Stoney
Choreographer: Wayne McGregor

 

Sasha De Sola, Sean Orza
Sarah Van Patten, Tiit Helimets
Kristina Lind, Luke Willis
Dores Andre, Daniel Deivison-Oliveira
Koto Ishihara, Henry Sidford
Jaime Garcia Castilla
Elizabeth Powell, Francisco Mungamba

 

Skipped this one.  It was interesting to see once, but I don’t feel any compelling need to see it again.  Giselle it’s not.




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