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Sunday, February 16


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#1 Mme. Hermine

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 05:49 AM

Hamburg Ballet received help from the Paris Opera Ballet when their costumes for an engagement in Chicago were delayed in transit:

 

http://www.broadwayw...16#.UwISvXQo7IU

 

A freight ship carrying Hamburg's original costumes was delayed because of a massive storm that derailed the Chicago shipment date, postponing delivery indefinitely and threatening next week's much-anticipated presentation of the Hamburg Ballet's iconic Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler-the only two performances of John Neumeier's Third Symphony during Hamburg's 2014 North American tour, specially chosen following the company's Harris Theater debut last season.

 

 



#2 dirac

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Posted 17 February 2014 - 05:26 PM

A review of New York City Ballet by Michael Popkin for danceviewtimes.

 

Kowroski and Angle’s “Diamonds” succeeded for some of the same reasons.  But the context was different:  instead of Veyette and Hyltin’s mutual independence and display of jazzy 1960’s cool, Kowroski and Angle turned the ballet’s opening adagio into a drama of feminine vulnerability and ardent male strength, playing out beneath the grandeur of a formal court ritual and in opposition to its constraint.

 

 




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