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at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
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About $10 for parking, underneath the theater.
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Corella Ballet Castilla y León
95 ratings
4.8 average rating
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17 events
9 reviews
10 stars
attended Nov 05 2010

I absolutely loved this production! The dancers were amazing and the music and themes were really great as well. I would love to see any ballet in the future by this dance company. This is a must see show.

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6 reviews
12 stars
attended Nov 06 2010

I am not a huge fan of classic ballet, probably because was overfed with it as a kid. LOVE FLAMENCO, in L.A. unfortunately we dont'a have as many excellent shows as I used to enjoy in NYC. All of this being said, I was so wonderfully surprised...continued

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1 stars
attended Nov 06 2010

I, by no means, am an expert on dance. However, I found all of the pieces compelling and some of them exhilarating. Angel Corella was simply spectacular in the piece choreographed by Maria Pages. It also didn't hurt that the women performing were...continued

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Quickly emerging as one of the most vibrant ballet companies performing today, Corella Ballet Castilla y León of Spain presents two captivating programs at the Music Center. Los Angeles audiences will experience _Soleá _choreographed by famous flamenco dancer and choreographer María Pagés and performed by Ángel and Carmen Corella, DGV and _For 4 _by the prolific Christopher Wheeldon, Bruch Violín Concerto No. 1 by the award-winning Clark Tippet, and_ Clear_ by the gifted Stanton Welch.



Join Elizabeth Kaye, distinguished speaker, dance historian and author for a behind-the-scenes discussion designed to enhance the audience experience beginning one hour prior to curtain and takes place in the theatre.


Friday, November 5, 2010 7:30pm

**Program with Choreographers

DGV (Christopher Wheeldon)

Bruch Violín Concerto No 1 (Clark Tippet)

Clear (Stanton Welch)

Soleá (María Pagés)**

Saturday, November 6, 2010 7:30pm and Sunday, November 7, 2010 2:00pm

**Program with Choreographers

DGV (Christopher Wheeldon)

Bruch Violín Concerto No 1 (Clark Tippet)

For 4 (Christopher Wheeldon)

Soleá (María Pagés)

Approximate running time is two hours, including two 15 minute intermissions. Appropriate for children age eight and older.

Program & casting are subject to change.

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