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Costume from Alvin Ailey Joins the Museum's Permanent Collection WASHINGTON, Feb.
NEW YORK, Sept.
Dancers Mikhail Baryshnikov and Ana Laguna are to kick off their U.S.
Yekaterina Maximova, a highly regarded Russian ballerina for 30 years, died unexpectedly in Moscow Tuesday. She was 70. The cause of death wasn't reported. Maximova became a star with the Bolshoi Theatre in the late 1950s, paired with her husband Vladimir Vasiliev, Russian Info Center reported.
Artistic legacy captured in stunning short film conceived by Target's Agency MINNEAPOLIS, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Target continues to push its reputation as a design-centric retailer that gives back to its community and supports the arts with the latest effort in its successful "Art For All" campaign.
The Largest Single Gift in Los Angeles Dance History Will Sustain and Revitalize the Center's World-Class Program and Introduce 'Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center' LOS ANGELES, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Local officials and leaders of Los Angeles' arts community today joined to celebrate the $20 million gift to the Music Center of Los Angeles County by the Glorya Kaufman Dance Foundation.
Highlights Include 35th Anniversary of Balanchine's Coppelia; Swan Lake and Slaughter on Tenth Avenue; Saratoga Premieres of Melissa Barak's A Simple Symphony, a New Work by NYCB Principal Dancer Benjamin Millepied and NYCB Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins' Papillons SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y., March 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Saratoga Performing Arts Center announced today that its 2009 Season of New York City Ballet, July 7-18, will feature 20 different ballets, including full-length...
'IT IS FUN TO HAVE FUN BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW HOW' (Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat) PHILADELPHIA, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Contemporary ballet company BalletX continues its tradition of redefining and expanding the vocabulary of dance with Spring Series, running April 4-11 at The Wilma Theater.
First New Staging of the Classic Full-Length Ballet in Over 20 Years SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
NEW YORK, Jan.
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