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Work: Serenade

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ComposerTchaikovsky, Pyotr Ilyich (1840-1893)
Work typeDance
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Tchaikovsky, Chopin, Stravinsky
George Balanchine; Emanuel Gat; Glen Tetley; Czech National Ballet; David Švec; Václav Zahradník; Nadine Baylis; Roman Šolc

ParisGeorge Balanchine

Bach, Hindemith, Tchaikovsky
George Balanchine; Ballet de l'Opéra de Paris; Vello Pähn; Barbara Karinska; Orchestre de l'Opéra national de Paris

RomeSuite en blanc/ Serenade/ Boléro

Lalo, Tchaikovsky, Ravel
Serge Lifar; George Balanchine; Krzysztof Pastor; Ballo del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Façal Karoui; Orchestra del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma; Rebecca Bianchi; Susanna Salvi
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NYCB does Cunningham ... and Balanchine

New York City Ballet in Merce Cunningham’s Summerspace © Erin Baiano
Judging by the enthusiastic audience reactions to this program one might have to rethink the modern/ballet divide. Maybe there’s only two types of dance – good dance and bad dance. 
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Bright, Fast, Cool, Blue

Dores André and Ulrik Birkkjaer in Peck's Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes © Erik Tomasson
From the ethereal to the galavanting, the program offered a spectrun of emotions delivered with precise technique and abandoned energy. 
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Ballet Under The Stars: triple bill in Singapore

Singapore Dance Theatre, in its 20th year of Ballet Under The Stars, puts on a wonderful trio of works: George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco, Serenade and Goh Choo San’s Schubert Symphony
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PNB bids farewell to Carla Körbes and Kiyon Gaines

As the audience, our relationship with Körbes and Gaines as PNB dancers has ended, but the future holds new beginnings.
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Wheel of Fortune: Carmina burana a safe bet for BRB

Celebrating 20 years as Artistic Director of Birmingham Royal Ballet, David Bintley brings the company to London, where Balanchine’s Serenade acts as a delicate sorbet before the excesses of Bintley’s own Carmina burana.  
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