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Composer: Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869)

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Year of birth1829
Year of death1869
NationalityUnknown
PeriodRomantic
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LondonMoonlight Sonata by Candlelight

Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Liszt, Gottschalk, Gershwin
Warren Mailley-Smith, Piano
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Royal Ballet: Scarlett's Symphonic Dances

Zenaida Yanowsky, Symphonic Dances © Bill Cooper | ROH 2017
Virtuosity commanded the stage in the first half, drama and mood in the second, with Liam Scarlett’s new ballet a fitting tribute to the retiring Zenaida Yanowsky
****1
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Beauty and timelessness of Balanchine's choreography

Apollon musagète: Sasha Mukhamedov, Artur Shesterikov, Floor Eimers, Wen Ting Guan © Angela Sterling
There are 44 years between the oldest and newest Balanchine works in this programme which confirmed its timeless beauty and significance today. 
***11
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Island-hopping with the Buffalo Phil

JoAnn Falletta © Cherly Gorski
A new ukulele concerto performed by Jake Shimabukuro was the centerpiece of a concert featuring four works inspired by the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and the Hawaiian Islands.
****1
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NYCB Matinée

Sara Mearns and Amar Ramasar in Sonatas and Interludes © Paul Kolnik
Peter Martins's greatest legacy at New York City Ballet is his tremendous eye for talent and it was on full display at this matinee show.
****1
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New York City Ballet Tries Something Old, Something New

Claire Kretzschmar and Taylor Stanley in Peter Martins' Mes Oiseaux  ©  Paul Kolnik
This season New York City Ballet unveiled two entirely new ballets by choreographers Peter Martins and Benjamin Millepied. Both world premieres took place during the NYCB’s spring gala earlier this month and were reprised Tuesday night for an eager, if not as impressively dressed, audience.Martins’ Mes oiseaux (“My Birds”), first of the night, included some interesting choices.
***11
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