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LondonAndrzej Malitowski

Andrzej Malitowski, Organ

New York CityJonathan Wilson

© Shelby Duncan
Jonathan Wilson, Vocals

BrugesBozzini Quartet #1 / Edgars Rubenis

Radigue
Quatuor Bozzini; Edgars Rubenis

LondonDouce Douleur: Love songs from the Courts of France & Flanders

© C Annika Derksen
Verdelot, Gombert, Dufay, Rore, Agricola, Binchois, des Prez, Janequin
Jessica Eucker; Charlotte Osborn; Tristram Cooke; Matthew O'Keeffe

BernKontrast

Kontraste
Sharon Eyal; Jo Stromgren; Gai Behar; Tanzcompagnie Konzert Theater Bern
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The body matters: van Dijk, Eyal &Behar at Staatsballett Berlin

Staatsballet Berlin in Eyal's Half Life © Jubal Battisti

Van Dijk | Eyal, is the Staatsballett's second programme of its newly acquired contemporary repertory: morphing bodies, subtly distorted, invite us to peak inside, exposing our most vulnerable sides.

****1
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Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch take a bold step forward

Tanztheater Wuppertal in Papaioannou's Since She © Julian Monnert
Clever, witty and visually spectacular moments enlivened a text in this bold new step for Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch 
***11
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SF Ballet's Program 2 is a Kaleidoscope of Vibrant Works

San Francisco Ballet in Balanchine's Divertimento #15 © Erik Tomasson

Artful patterns come to life in San Francisco Ballet’s Program 2, Kaleidoscope, which opened last Tuesday night at the War Memorial Opera House.

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Gallim's To Create a World Disturbs and Intrigues At the Same Time

Gallim Dance, To Create a World © Yi-Chun Wu
To Create a World creates a dystopian world that confuses as much as it answers. Miller's movement has a strong individual voice with constant movement and go-for-broke physicality.
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LA Phil celebrates Chinese Year of the Pig

Ray Chen © John Mac
Elim Chan lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic through a high-powered program of Chinese and French music that began and ended with virtuoso showpieces written less than 30 years apart.
****1
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