Miami City Ballet Performs Twyla Tharp/Elvis Costello Collaboration Nightspot
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The last date listed for Miami City Ballet was Sunday October 26, 2008 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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Featured review from stephanie satieRed Velvet
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It was excellent. The company is beautifully trained; their work so clean. I'm not such a fan of Balanchine, but they do it beautifully. The 2 pas de deux, especially, Liturgy, were gorgeous and the Tharp was a lot of fun and wonderfully danced. I love that they have a live orchestra. This is a firstrate company.
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The first two ballets I had seen before, and were beautifully executed by this company. The third (Liturgy choreographed by a Brithish choreographer) was a revelation, the young Chinese ballerina absolutely amazing, and the partnering excellent. ...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Join Miami City Ballet’s artistic director, Edward Villella, along with dance historian and writer Elizabeth Kaye, for a pre-performance talk beginning one hour prior to curtain in the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion Grand Hall.
- Symphony in Three Movements — Choreographer: George Balanchine / Composer: Igor Stravinsky
- _Tarantella _— Choreographer: George Balanchine / Composer: Louis Moreau Gottschalk
- _Liturgy _— Choreographer: Christopher Wheeldon / Composer: Arvo Pärt
- _Nightspot — _Choreographer: Twyla Tharp / Composer: Elvis Costello
Known for her innovation and creativity, Twyla Tharp has created some of the most memorable dances in modern repertory. Elvis Costello, whose adventurous musical talents makes him one of the most revered artists of our time, provides an original musical composition intertwined with various motifs and quotations from existing songs.
Nightspot features costumes designed by famed fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi.
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