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Baryshnikov and Laguna to Perform in Israel

The trailer for Mats Ek’s Place with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Ana Laguna Mikhail Baryshnikov and Ana Laguna are currently in Israel, where they’ll perform at the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and the Herzliya Performing Arts Center.  The program, called … Continue reading

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Baryshnikov, Neumann, and Paxton in Unrelated Solos at BAC

Three distinguished artists, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Steve Paxton, and David Neumann, presented Unrelated Solos at Baryshnikov Arts Center on Wednesday evening as part of May Nights in the Jerome Robbins Theater.  These strikingly different dancers were at the top of their … Continue reading

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New York City Ballet’s Balanchine Program

The three ballets on New York City Ballet’s all-Balanchine program, which opened their winter season, display strikingly different moods and atmospheres. The scores for each work are crucial here, from Paul Hindemith’s wonderfully moody score (commissioned by Balanchine in 1940) … Continue reading

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Fall Dance Season is Here!

The file on my computer called “Summer Dance Dates” has now been re-titled “Fall Dance Dates”, as there seems to be a sudden rush of performances and events filling up my calendar – spanning from now to December. It’s exciting … Continue reading

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New York City Ballet: Gala at SPAC

Saturday’s Gala at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center had a relaxed, laid-back feel that matched the hot, humid evening, but the outdoor setting and sticky weather didn’t stop the crowds from dressing up for the occasion. Nor was the event … Continue reading

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