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Atlanta Ballet Presents New and Returning Ballets in Mid-April
What do a manuscript of student-penned, medieval, satirical poems written in Latin, rediscovered in 1803, and set to music in 1936 have to do with dance in Atlanta in the 21st Century? “Carmina Burana” is a modern...
- Posted 252 days ago
Atlanta Ballet Announces 13|14 Season
Atlanta Ballet Continues to Shape New Artistic Profile with Announcement of its Robust 2013-14 Season Featuring Atlanta Ballet Premiere of Roméo et Juliette by Les Ballet de Monte-Carlo’s Jean-Christophe Maillot Atlanta Ballet Premiere of Ohad Naharin’s Secus Atlanta...
- Posted 255 days ago
Ballethnic’s “The Leopard Tale” Will Please Families
Ballethnic’s production of their signature ballet, “The Leopard Tale,” is a charming, family-oriented show that will appeal to both children and parents. The ballet returned to the stage after a 5-year absence on March 21, for a...
- Posted 259 days ago
Séan Curran Company Speaks
Séan Curran’s choreography speaks to your eyes with a language that is composed of moving hieroglyphs rather than letters and individual words. He collaborates with his dancers in creating pieces using this esoteric language, so the three-plus...
- Posted 260 days ago
Atlanta Ballet’s New Choreographic Voices Will Leave You Gaga
The Atlanta Ballet opened this year’s New Choreographic Voices offering on Friday, March 22, with a program of three works that spanned the gamut of dance styles from contemporary ballet to modern dance to salsa. This concert...
- Posted 262 days ago
Atlanta Ballet’s 2013 New Choreographic Voices Showcases Emerging Choreographers
In 2011, there was Ignition. John McFall did what artistic directors everywhere would love to be able to do: He dedicated a segment of The Atlanta Ballet’s season to the works of the new generation of choreographers...
- Posted 275 days ago
Sean Curran hosted by Ferst Center for the Arts
When I asked Seán Curran what excited him the most about his company’s upcoming performance at the Ferst Center for the Arts on March 23, he spoke without hesitating: It is the second part of the program,...
- Posted 278 days ago
Atlanta Ballet’s Dracula is a Valentine Season Standout
The Atlanta Ballet’s Valentine’s Day offering, Dracula, plunged the audience into an old story given an updated presentation, and a world of evil surrounding people trying to do good. The ballet, by Milwaukee Ballet’s Artistic Director Michael...
- Posted 305 days ago
Momix’s Botanica is Spellbinding
In 1981, Momix sprang, fully formed, from the exceptional mind of director/choreographer Moses Pendleton, like Athena from the head of Zeus. Momix, a spinoff of Pilobolus, which Pendelton co-founded while at Dartmouth, was an instant success with...
- Posted 309 days ago
Atlanta Ballet’s Nutcracker: Take Two
Back again, you ask? Well, it IS the season for The Nutcracker, as well as its 120th anniversary, surely cause for celebration. And I was so impressed with my first visit to the Atlanta Ballet’s production at the...
- Posted 357 days ago