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Wednesday, February 10


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A review of Sarasota Ballet by Jann Parry.

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Sarasota Ballet is the first company, other than the late Paul Taylor’s own, to perform his 1988 Brandenburgs, to movements from two Bach concertos. When Iain Webb’s Florida-based company performed it in January last year, shortly before the pandemic caused the closure of theatres, Michael Trusnovec, Taylor’s former leading man, came to mount the chamber piece. He returned a year later to coach the dancers for their digital performance, recording an engaging introduction to the company’s double bill of Taylor’s works.
 

 

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Atlanta Ballet launches an inclusive line of dancewear.

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That’s changing thanks to companies like Atlanta Ballet. Last month, the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education announced a new line of dancewear available in a variety of skin tone shades — meant to be a better reflection of the diverse dancers who will wear it.

 

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