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Balanchine, Ratmansky, Tharp

Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 7:30pm

Warner Theatre
Event Description

A program that combines three masters of dance from the 20th century to the present. George Balanchine is regarded as the foremost contemporary choreographer in the world.  His works have become iconic in the ballet lexicon.  He believed, “Dance is a continuation. You cannot predict the signs of its evolution.” The two remaining choreographers represented in this program reflect that sentiment as their works provided a new vision for dance and they continue to propel dance into the future. Tharp is considered the high priestess of choreography and Ratmansky is regarded as one of the world’s most sought-after choreographers.
Allegro Brillante
"Everything I know about classical ballet in thirteen minutes." George Balanchine
An exuberant, pure and joyous dance work.
Choreography             George Balanchine
Music                          Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovksy, Piano Concerto No. 3, Opus 75
 
Seven Sonatas
Company Premiere
"Seven Sonatas layers solos, duets and group arrangements into a rich tapestry.  Spellbinding." The New York Times
Choreography   Alexei Ratmansky
Music                Domenico Scarlatti, Keyboard Sonatas: K.30, 39, 198, 450, 474, 481 and 547 performed by Ryo Yanagitani
 
Nine Sinatra Songs
"...full of flair and sophistication." The New York Times
A glamorous portrait of seven couples as they swing, swirl, tango and cha-cha through the arc of romantic relationships. This is one of Tharp’s most frequently performed works and a mainstay in the repertoires of dance companies worldwide.
Choreography             Twyla Tharp
Music                          Frank Sinatra

Cost

$25-$110
Location

Warner Theatre
513 13th St NW
20004 Washington, DC
United States
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