February 15-26, 2012
In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated
Choreography: William Forsythe
Music: Thom Willems
Raw and muscular with a throbbing, electronic score, this is classical ballet stretched to its modern limits. With searing hot choreography and aggressive, sensual energy, Forsythe is at his “fierce finest.” - New York Times
After the Rain
Choreography: Christopher Wheeldon
Music: Arvo Pärt
Set to achingly beautiful music, this masterpiece displays the push-pull of a passionate relationship, at times tender, at others agonizing. The stunning, sculptural movement, the emotional intensity, and Pärt’s haunting score will leave you breathless.
“A heartstoppingly beautiful creation” - Chicago Tribune
Choreography: Wayne McGregor
Music: Max Richter
Combining emotionally moving dance with the calm indifference of the cyber world, the result is a revolutionary piece of 21st century dance. The poignant choreography of McGregor mixed with the urban design of world-renowned artist Opie and Richter’s mournful industrial score are unforgettable.
“A piece of sumptuous beauty and shimmering possibility” - The Telegraph
Saturday Matinee, February 18, at 1:00PM, Victoria Jaiani and Rory Hohenstein
Thursday, Evening, February 23, at 6:30PM, Amber Neumann and John Mark Giragosian
Saturday Evening, February 25, at 6:30PM, Scott Speck, Joffrey Music Director
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