Feb 7, 2013 · 5:45 PM
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This sounds fun, interesting, and free--which all three is a wonderful combo--
we get to watch the last night of rehearsal before the ballet, and even do a Q&A with the dancers--
The ballet that they are practicing is--The Rite of Spring--
Rite of Spring
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Igor Stravinsky’s remarkable score of The Rite of Spring, featuring contemporary movement for this enthralling tale of sacrifice to the gods.
Ballet Austin takes you to the height of neo-classical technique with George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante to Tchaikovsky’s brilliant score; the union of speed and precision with passion and abandon.
Requiem for a Rose
Emotion overflows in Requiem for a Rose, as Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s bold choreography unfolds to Shubert’s inexorable and romantic melodies.
Hope to see you there