Monthly Archives: April 2009

Julian Barnett’s Sound Memory

As the house lights dim for Julian Barnett’s Sound Memory, we become aware that two people in the front row—sitting nearly opposite each other in the in-the-round performance space—are illuminated by tightly-focused spotlights. They’re wearing headphones, quietly listening to something … Continue reading

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Miro Magloire’s New Chamber Ballet

Miro Magloire, artistic director of New Chamber Ballet, presents dances in a low-tech format. The studios at City Center are elegant, but they are studios nonetheless: folding chairs, no lighting effects, no curtain. He compensates by presenting well-trained dancers and … Continue reading

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Andrea Miller’s Blush

Great choreographers create great works which remain fresh, inspiring audiences years after being premiered. Some of these choreographers do another thing which is even more important: they inspire the next generation of great choreographers. When one thinks of the alumni … Continue reading

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