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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Berkeley, CA, United States

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Eifman Ballet in a strangely psychological Pygmalion Effect

Alina Petrovskaya (Teya) and Oleg Gabyshev (Leon) © Courtesy of Eifman Ballet
Eifman has said he wants move dance back into theater and to use movement to explore the psychological. Both of these the company accomplishes.
***11
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Xenos: The generous sorrow of Akram Khan

Akram Khan in Xenos © Nicol Vizioli
He turns and turns, elliptically and with the speed of a skater on ice. Sheer muscle defies gravity and the friction of feet on terra firma.
*****
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No lonely hearts in MMDG’s Pepperland

Mark Morris Dance Group in Pepperland © Mat Hayward
What makes this piece entirely Mark Morris is, even more than the dancing, the music. 
*****
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Wang Ramirez take Borderline to California

© Frank Szafinski
A cube hangs suspended at an angle and Ramirez, harnessed to a line above the stage, floats above it, fulfilling the promise of dance and the human desire to escape gravity – to fly in angelic weightlessness. 
*****
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Joffrey on tour

The Joffrey Ballet performs Alexander Ekman's Joy © Cheryl Mann
Eclectic and contemporary, The Joffrey Ballet reimagines human and kinetic beauty.
*****
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Warm voice, cold feelings: Winterreise in Berkeley

Ian Bostridge © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Ian Bostridge and Wenwen Du deliver Schubert's song cycle with great musicianship, but Bostridge lacks the presence that makes live performance a special treat.
***11
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