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THE ROYAL DANISH BALLET RESTYLES “NAPOLI”

Royal Danish Ballet is currently on tour with their time travelling version of Napoli, which borrows both fashion and manners from the social world of circa 1950 Capri. With aüdditional music by Louise Alenius and new choreography by Sorella Englund

ROYAL DANISH BALLET GOES ULTRA MODERN WITH APOCALYPTICA

The Royal Danish Ballet presents a repertory program of recent works in the Bournonville style along with two works by Finnish choreographers Jorma Elo and Jorma Uotinen. EARTH which is part spectacle, part dance uses electric music by Apocalyptica.

MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP SHINES IN A FULL THROTTLE “L’ALLEGRO”

L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato, Mark Morris’ visually stunning ballet based on the combined glories Handel’s music and Milton’s poetics wove it’s magic Thursday evening, charming a full house with dance and an exceptional oratorio.

DON QUIXOTE: Fantasies of the Madman Eifman Ballet

Steven Woodruff reviews Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg in their recent performance of Don Quixote. Eifman has made a name for himself recasting classic ballets and classic literature for the stage.This version revives his 1994 original choreography.