Kings of the Dance: Opus 3: Top Male Ballet Stars at City Center
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The last date listed for Kings of the Dance: Opus 3 was Sunday February 26, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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I enjoyed the performance immensely, because these men are not merely kings of dance, but gods. City Center orchestra and front mezzanine are now great locations from which to see a dance performance.
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Five years after its world premiere at Segerstrom Center for the Arts and New York City Center, _Kings of the Dance _returns with an all-new program showcasing the incredible power, athleticism and artistry of today’s most celebrated male ballet stars.
_Kings of the Dance: Opus 3 _will feature Guillaume Côté of the National Ballet of Canada, Marcelo Gomes of American Ballet Theatre, David Hallberg of American Ballet Theatre and the Bolshoi Ballet, Denis Matvienko of the Mariinsky Ballet and Ivan Vasiliev of the Mikhailovsky Ballet. The men will dance eight New York premieres created by Mauro Bigonzetti, Edward Clug, Patrick De Bana, Nacho Duato, Jorma Elo, Marco Goecke and Marcelo Gomes. The evening will also include a historic collaboration by two of the dancers: a work choreographed by Gomes to music by Côté.
_Kings of the Dance: Opus 3, _another of the extraordinary dance events for which Ardani Artists is renowned, is a co-production with Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Performances at New York City Center conclude the world tour that started in Moscow and continued in St. Petersburg, Riga, Novosibirsk, Kiev and Orange County.
Cast and program are confirmed as of publication, but subject to change without notice.
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