The Suzanne Farrell Ballet Dances Balanchine's Best Works
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Famed for their annual Nutcracker, the acclaimed Rockville Civic Ballet's latest production boasts a trio of dances. The Last Duchess is inspired by an intriguing Robert Browning poem, in which a duke shows off a portrait of his wanton wife, insinuating that he's gotten rid of her for good. Also on the program are the works Saturday Night Social, a fun and entertaining romp set to Aaron Copland's Rodeo, and Danse D'Enesco, a folk dance-influenced piece that's described as bright and fast-moving. Learn More
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“Risk-taking … musically satisfying …as impressive as ever.” —_Washington Post _
“[Divertimento No. 15] creates an ideal realm in which courtesy, chivalry, brilliance, serenity, and expansiveness coexist and give off light.” —_The New York Times _
Divertimento_ No. 15 (Balanchine/Mozart)
Prodigal Son (Balanchine/Prokofiev)
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Balanchine/Rodgers, arr. Kay)
_The performance is scheduled to run approximately 2 hours and 12 minutes, including intermissions. Program is current at time of publication, but subject to change without notice.
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