Atlanta Ballet Presents David Bintley's Carmina Burana
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The last date listed for David Bintley's Carmina Burana was Sunday April 14, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Featured review from Goldstar Member
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I had a great experience a mix of ballet, music, opera. I will never be scared of O' Fortuna again. I guess the scary movies need a different theme music. The seats were great. Not to close and not to far away you couldn't see anything and center stage. Would go again and would use Goldstar to purchase the tickets.
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Carmina Burana was as dynamic as any ballet could be! The performances were beautiful, the music was captivating, and the choreography was splendid. I truly enjoyed the show much more than I thought I would. It is definitely a hit!
Quotes & Highlights
- Check out a YouTube video preview of David Bintley's Carmina Burana.
Choreographed by David Bintley
Music by Carl Orff
Live with the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra and Georgia State University Singers
About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Ballet
Atlanta Ballet was founded seven decades ago by dance visionary Dorothy Alexander (1904-1986). Miss Dorothy had a dream of bringing quality ballet to the Atlanta community. The result was the Dorothy Alexander Dance Concert Group--the first step in the regional ballet movement that swept the nation. Upon gaining professional status in 1967, the company was renamed Atlanta Ballet. Today, under the artistic leadership of John McFall, Atlanta Ballet is the oldest professional dance company in America, the largest self-supported arts organization in Georgia, and the official Ballet of Georgia.