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Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall
600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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3.6 / 5 Rated by 29 members
Review from Marian H.
Red Velvet 62 events 23 reviews

Wonderful seats....excellent performance.....standing ovations...many curtain calls... Great evening!

reviewed Nov 06 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Helen Hall
Red Velvet 59 events 7 reviews

Very modern, didn't display Diana's strength much. But better than her Beauty in Motion from '08.

reviewed Nov 07 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from eguzalo
Red Velvet 22 events 3 reviews

very enjoyable. great seats.

reviewed Nov 06 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Alex Kaplan
78 events 25 reviews

Wonderful performance. The choreography was exceptional and the dancing superb.

reviewed Nov 07 2013 report as inappropriate
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For more info about ballerina Diana Vishneva, check out her official website .


About __Switch and Woman in a Room__:__

Switch__, by Maillot, who is choreographer-director of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, is a pas de trios set to music by the Academy Award®-nominated and Grammy® Award-winning composer Danny Elfman. Vishneva calls Switch “a story about a woman and her alter ego and her relationship with men.” It also features dancers Bernice Coppieters and Gaëtan Morlotti. Coppieters and Morlotti are stars of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo. Coppieters was seen by Center audiences in 2009’s Tour de Forceand Morlotti danced here in Cinderella when the Center presented Les Ballets in 2012.


Woman in a Room__ is a solo piece created for Vishneva by Carolyn Carlson, director of National Centre for Contemporary Choreography in Roubaix and of the Atelier de Paris at La Cartoucherie de Vincennes in Paris. Inspired by the films of Andrei Tarkovsky, Woman in a Room is an evocative work that follows one woman’s journey in life, filled with joys, bitterness and contemplation. The music featured is by Italian post-minimalist composer and cellist Giovanni Sollima with a finale piece by René Aubry. “I’ve always thought of Carolyn Carlson as a choreographer who understands a woman’s soul and could make a story that would suit me and that we could collaborate on,” says Vishneva.

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