New Contemporary Dance Company, Four World Premieres
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The last date listed for Debut was Sunday October 13, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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A wildly popular seasonal favorite, Smuin's holiday program celebrates two decades with XXmas. The snow-filled extravaganza from Smuin Ballet boasts everything from tap and swing to traditional and modern ballet, plus dances from around the world set to seasonal music from Elvis, Mozart, The Chieftains, Ray Charles and many others. This year's edition includes dances from acclaimed Choreographer in Residence Amy Seiwert, company founder Michael Smuin, eclectic choreographer Val Caniparoli and Robert Dekkers of Diablo Ballet and Post:Ballet. Their works will accompany time-honored favorites in a feast of holiday fun. Learn More
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These dancers seemed more focused on the technicality of their dances, rather than a full expression of the dance itself. The only stand out was the female lead dancer. She was absolutely splendid and a joy to watch perform; beautiful story-telling in her every move.
Dancers: Ismael Acosta (Capacitor, Amy Seiwert’s Imagery), Michelle Ellis (City Ballet of San Diego), Aaron Simunovich (Oakland Ballet, San Francisco Opera), DuRron Chambers (Nashville Ballet, Peninsula Ballet), Annabelle Henry (San Francisco Opera, Napoles Ballet), Marcos Vedoveto (Zhukov Dance Theatre), Vincent Chavez (Oakland Ballet, Robert Moses’ Kin), Leda Pennell (Labayen Dance/SF), Christopher Wrede (Peninsula Ballet, Napoles Ballet), Jamielyn Duggan (Amy Seiwert’s Imagery, Oakland Ballet, San Francisco Opera) and Ana Robles (Oakland Ballet)
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