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Magloire Premiere to Haydn

Magloire Premiere to Haydn

Company:

Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet

Location:

City Center Studio 5

Dates:

Friday, March 30, 2012 - 8:00pm
Saturday, March 31, 2012 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?EID=&showCode=EVE147&BundleCode;=&GUID;=

Company:
Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet

Miro Magloire's New Chamber Ballet will perform an all-Magloire program, including the premiere of a new work to music by Joseph Haydn.   Company dancers are Sarah Atkins, Elizabeth Brown, Holly Curran and Katie Gibson.    Composers represented are Luciano Berio, Haydn, Karlheinz Stockhausen, all performed live by pianist Melody Fader.New Chamber Ballet Presents
An Evening With New Chamber Ballet
Friday, March 30, 2012 through Saturday, March 31, 2012

New ballets to live music in an informal setting.

Length: 1 hr 45 mins
Intermission: Yes
Seating: General Admission
You choose your seats when you get to the theater.

New Chamber Ballet's 2011/12 season continues with a program of four ballets with live music:

The world premiere of The Letter by Miro Magloire: a fast-paced 'upstairs-downstairs' scene to music by Joseph Haydn;

Magloire's Emilia, a "dark love triangle set to Karlheinz Stockhausen's Klavierstück VII and VIII,...expressionistic... seething with strangled and rigid forms." (Claudia LaRocco, The New York Times)

Leise, Leise, a Chekhovian family portrait to music by Luciano Berio;

Love Song Solos, set to German art songs arranged for two maracas, "wonderful little sketches, lush and evocative." (Marina Harss, The Faster Times)

Performers include Sarah Atkins, Elizabeth Brown, Holly Curran, and Katie Gibson. The music will be played live by Melody Fader (piano).

"It's heartening to see work so focused on the meeting of dance and music." -Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times

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