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“Our goal is to try to get people to understand that when it was written it wasn’t classical,” she said. “And we’re beginning a fledgling investigation into the use of music and technology.”. Looking ahead, the music director would also like to expand relationships with San Jose Dance Company and the Choral Project by possibly creating pieces simultaneously, rather than setting one piece to another. The season’s opening concert in October features violinist Stephanie Chase. On the bill are Vivaldi’s “Concerto for Four Violins;” Clarice Assad’s “Suite for Lower Strings,” a new work by Joel Friedman; and “A Fantasy About Carmen.”.

Nebrada made hash of Alexander Scriabin’s three piano etudes as the lovely dancers Hiromi Yamazaki and David Fonnegra, with the estimable Roy Bogas on piano, spun and entwined and punched each accent in a histrionic depiction of male-female love worthy of the over-the-top emoting of early silent films, Isadora Duncan performed a dance of simple gravity in 1923 to some of the same Scriabin etudes, but Nebrada ballerinas and tutus purple glitter clipart with cute characters, purple tutus, ballet shoes graphics instant download ballerina seems as in the dark about that past as Kelly seems blind to the fact that Michael Smuin fully captured the ’40s Broadway dance shtick decades ago..

“Luzia: A Waking Dream of Mexico,” a reverie of light and shadow and water directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca, makes its U.S. premiere at San Francisco’s AT&T Park (through Jan. 29) before heading to San Jose’s Taylor Street Bridge from Feb. 9-Mar. 19. Six thousand liters of the wet stuff cascade through this gossamer production, raining down on the acrobats and misting theatergoers in the front rows. Getting sopping wet as often as possible gives this romp a more playful sense of ambience than some of the more pretentious Cirque shows. The slippery action also unfolds with a greater sense of intimacy and immediacy because the stage, a rotating turntable, is relatively small and the audience feels connected to the performers at all times.

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Iverson is looking forward to revisiting Stravinsky’s score in Berkeley. In a call from his studio in Brooklyn, New York, he called the Bad Plus arrangement “stripped down and direct.”. “Our approach really is about rhythm,” he said. “We try to bring out Stravinsky’s rhythm and our own sort of folkloric perspective.”. That approach melds brilliantly with Morris’ view of “Rite.” Instead of the grim landscape favored by many choreographers, Morris makes the work a celebration. The dance brings out what Iverson, on his “Do the Math” blog, calls Stravinsky’s “earthy groove.”.