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Performer: Jerome Robbins

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ParisÉtoiles de l'Opéra

Hugo Marchand et Ludmila Pagliero dans Trois Gnossiennes © Svetlana Loboff / Opéra national de Paris
Debussy, Chopin, Satie, Willems, Kodály, Saint-Saëns
Alastair Marriott; John Neumeier; Hans van Manen; William Forsythe; Martha Graham; Jerome Robbins; Mathieu Ganio; Ludmila Pagliero; Hugo Marchand; Sae Eun Park
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PNB proves ballet is for the stage and the screen

Leta Biasucci in Emeralds © Angela Sterling
Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 1 delivers a magnificent first installment of their 2020-2021 virtual season.
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Musicians and dancers unite for Ravenna’s reimagined dance event

Hugo Marchand © Zani-Casadio
Beatrice Rana and Mario Brunello provide live music for seven internationally renowned dancers, including Paris Opéra Ballet’s Hugo Marchand and Spanish flamenco whizz Sergio Bernal, at the 15th-century Rocca Brancaleone.
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Music triumphs over tragedy: Marston’s moving The Cellist

Lauren Cuthbertson and Marcelino Sambé in The Cellist © ROH | Bill Cooper
In her first work for the Covent Garden main stage, based on the life of Jacqueline du Pré, choreographer Cathy Marston explores the profound bond between musician and instrument.
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Ratmansky world premiere engages with the Voices

Sara Mearns and Company in Alexei Ratmansky’s Voices © Erin Baiano
Alexei Ratmansky draws out exceptional individual qualities of each of five ballerinas in his intriguing world premiere for New York City Ballet, set to spoken word and live piano.

Balanchine's Firebird, La Source and Allegro Brillante

Ashley Bouder in George Balanchine’s Firebird © Paul Kolnik
Ashley Bouder, Tiler Peck and Megan Fairchild were at the top of their game in a Balanchine triple bill at New York City Ballet
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Fall season's new works fall short at NYCB

Mary Thomas MacKinnon and Company in Lauren Lovette’s The Shaded Line © Erin Baiano
Disappointing new creations in NYCB's Fall Fashion Gala, leaving Balanchine's Symphony in C as a surefire closer. 
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