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The Valley Performing Arts Center is inviting audiences to join the Los Angeles Ballet Company in their celebrations of the George Balanchine’s legacy, one of the most influential choreographers this world has seen. The tribute show has been named the Los Angeles Ballet Balanchine Festival RED, and those who want to confirm their seats at the facility should know that the Los Angeles Ballet Balanchine Festival RED tickets are up for sale now.
The Balanchine Festival RED is the second part of a two-part series that was initiated by the Los Angeles Ballet Company, the first part being the Balanchine Festival GOLD. Inaugurated in March the first segment of performances held discussions, interviews and a four act dance showcase. The dances were named La Sonnambula, Concerto Barocco, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux and The Four Temperaments. These theatrical dance forms presented dramatic ballet dance fusions from classic to contemporary styles, creating movements that personified music and explored the medieval humors conjoint with the human body.
The Los Angeles Ballet performed this segment in theatres such as “the Royce Hall”, “Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center”, “Alex Theatre”, “Carpenter Performing Arts Center” and “Valley Performing Arts Center”. These venues are now hosting the second part of the tribute series, the Balanchine Festival RED that will present a three act dance routine apart from the discussions and interviews. The dances consist of numbers called La Valse, a dramatic waltz embodied with frantic energy with a tinge of doom, Agon, a competitive dance off between twelve dancers dressed in black and white, and Rubies, a dance illustration of the elegance and attraction of this particular gem. Some notable scholars and performers that will complete this show include Patricia and Colleen Repetiteurs and artistic directors from the George Balanchine Trust and Lewis Segal from the Los Angeles Times. Critics who will make their way to this event include Victoria Looseleaf and Sasha Anawalt, who will actively participate during the forty five minutes discussion sessions that will precede each performance.
With a thirty six member dance crew that consists of some of the most talented dance professionals, soloists and apprentices, the Los Angeles Ballet was the first sustainable classical dance company of the area. Established by collaboration between artistic directors, Julie Whittaker, Colleen Neary and Thordal Christensen, the company was incorporated in 2004. The debut performance took place two years later and showcased an original production of The Nutcracker, which received great reception from the audiences.
Over the years, this ballet company has proven to become a world-class ballet organization due to their cutting edge original presentations, authentic recreation of Balanchine’s repertory and scrupulous classical performances. Touring annually across seven facilities, the Los Angeles Ballet has to date brought forward eighteen productions that comprise of over thirty five works. They have toured internationally with thirteen commissioned premiers that consists of acts such as An Evening of Balanchine and New Beginnings in Season One, Seasons Three’s La Sylphide and New Wave LA, Balanchine “See the Music, Hear the Dance” in Season Four, Season Five’s Giselle and Swan Lake and Celebration from their sixth season.
The Los Angeles Ballet has been described by DanceMagazine.com’s Victoria Looseleaf as “grasping a much needed toehold on Los Angeles’s cultural landscape”. Jean Lenihan of the Los Angeles Times has described the company’s works as being “subtly dynamic to the extent of being intriguingly overwhelming” in her 2012 review of Next Wave LA.
These critics are making their way this time to the company’s Los Angeles Ballet Balanchine Festival RED event and so should you. Scheduled to take place at the facility based in the cultural and intellectual center of San Fernando Valley, the Valley Performing Arts Center boasts of stoned tiled cemented exterior and an interior that includes three distinctly leveled seating spaces. If you are planning to attend the mentioned event, you should remember to buy Los Angeles Ballet Balanchine Festival RED tickets today, to confirm your attendance.
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