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Ballet Lecture at the Met

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#1 mussel


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Posted 14 September 2002 - 08:48 PM

Peter Marins and Albert Evans will hold a lecture at the Met 10/22/02 at 6pm. There will be performance and demonstration by NYCB dancers. Here's the lecture description:

What leads a dancer to become a choreographer? New York City Ballet principal dancer Albert Evans discusses his latest work for the New York Choreographic Institute. Peter Martins, Ballet Master in Chief of the New York City Ballet and a co-founder of the Institute, talks with Evans about the challenge of translating ideas into movement. Composer Will Boyd adds insight about the process of creating music specifically for ballet. The program also includes a performance/demonstration by NYCB dancers who participated in the creation of the piece.

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