Grammy Award-Winners Chanticleer & The Shanghai Quartet in Concert
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Each year, the New Choreographers Initiative holds an intensive three-week process to create fresh, cutting edge new dances. NCI Discovery 2014 will showcase four new ballets created through this program. Artistic Director Molly Lynch invited four choreographers of note, as well as sixteen professional dancers from ballet companies across the country, to participate. This evening will debut the results to the public. This year's choreographers are Barry Kerollis, Gabrielle Lamb, Philip Neal and Garrett Smith. The evening also offers an opportunity to hear the choreographers talk about their concepts and ideas, and for the audience to participate in the discussion. Learn More
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Was not aware that their program would be so non-traditional.
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“These men are phenomenal: as fresh as a blade of grass, tightly focused and keenly expressive.” —New York Times
“Chanticleer fascinates and enthralls for much the same reason a fine chocolate or a Rolls Royce does: through luxurious perfection.” —Los Angeles_ Times_
“They are, to put it directly, one of the world’s best.” —San Francisco_ Chronicle_
The renowned vocal ensemble,Chanticleer, joins the Shanghai Quartet for the southern California premiere of _From the Path of Beauty, _a lyrical and dramatic song cycle for voice and string quartet. In this specially-commissioned work, celebrated composer "Chen Yi ":http://hometown.aol.com/chenyi/myhomepage/profile.htmlshares her deeply personal feelings about her native country, China. The Barclay is especially pleased to invite Chanticleer back to their stage. This “orchestra of voices,” combined with the intimate acoustics of the theatre’s Cheng Hall, never fails to astonish.