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BEHIND THE CURTAIN: Studio One at Richmond Ballet

BY MEGAN ZALECKI Two contemporary ballet performances will kick off the 2014-2015 season at Richmond Ballet beginning this Tuesday, September 23. Studio One will feature the return of Swipe, a contemporary combination of classical ballet and hip-hop dance, and the

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BEHIND THE CURTAIN: Studio One at Richmond Ballet

BY MEGAN ZALECKI Two contemporary ballet performances will kick off the 2014-2015 season at Richmond Ballet beginning this Tuesday, September 23. Studio One will feature the return of Swipe, a contemporary combination of classical ballet and hip-hop dance, and the

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DOGWOOD DANCE

BY INGA SCHUNN Early Saturday evening, January 11th, a comfortable amount of parents, friends, and dance enthusiasts gathered at the Dogtown Dance Theater to experience the Dogwood Dance Project in concert. Throughout the performances, whether the stage was taken by

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DOGWOOD DANCE

BY INGA SCHUNN Early Saturday evening, January 11th, a comfortable amount of parents, friends, and dance enthusiasts gathered at the Dogtown Dance Theater to experience the Dogwood Dance Project in concert. Throughout the performances, whether the stage was taken by

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DANCE WITH STARRENE FOSTER

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival is starting its second and final week! It runs through this Sunday, April 14th. The festival brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review

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DANCE WITH STARRENE FOSTER

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival is starting its second and final week! It runs through this Sunday, April 14th. The festival brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review

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DANCE WITH AMY SEIWERT

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival just opened this past Thursday, April 4th and will run through April 14th. The festival brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each

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DANCE WITH AMY SEIWERT

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival just opened this past Thursday, April 4th and will run through April 14th. The festival brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each

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DANCE WITH SASHA JANES

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival opens this Thursday, April 4th (through April 14th) and brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each choreographer to answer a few questions.

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DANCE WITH SASHA JANES

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival opens this Thursday, April 4th (through April 14th) and brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each choreographer to answer a few questions.

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DANCE WITH DARRELL MOULTRIE

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival opens this Thursday, April 4th (through April 14th) and brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each choreographer to answer a

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DANCE WITH DARRELL MOULTRIE

Richmond Ballet‘s New Works Festival opens this Thursday, April 4th (through April 14th) and brings new dance works from four innovative contemporary choreographers: Starrene Foster, Sasha Janes, Darrell Moultrie, and Amy Seiwert. Richmond Arts Review asked each choreographer to answer a

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WHITE SWAN

BY AMY RITCHIE   Fifteen minutes into the standing ovation, my hands tiring and my smiley face hurting, I turned to the woman next to me in row J of Carpenter Theatre and said, “Well, she did kill it.”   I

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WHITE SWAN

BY AMY RITCHIE   Fifteen minutes into the standing ovation, my hands tiring and my smiley face hurting, I turned to the woman next to me in row J of Carpenter Theatre and said, “Well, she did kill it.”   I

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1, 2, 3 DANCE

  This is the final weekend to catch Richmond Ballet’s Studio Two, which happens at their intimate home performance space on Canal Street. If you think ballet is outdated, you haven’t seen one lately. There are definitely remnants of an

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1, 2, 3 DANCE

  This is the final weekend to catch Richmond Ballet’s Studio Two, which happens at their intimate home performance space on Canal Street. If you think ballet is outdated, you haven’t seen one lately. There are definitely remnants of an

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

  Richmond Ballet‘s Studio Two is opening this Thursday, November 1st, for a two week run of three fantastic ballets: Jessica Lang’s Solo in Nine Parts, George Balanchine’s Duo Concertant (which includes live music on stage with the dancers), and Agnes

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A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

  Richmond Ballet‘s Studio Two is opening this Thursday, November 1st, for a two week run of three fantastic ballets: Jessica Lang’s Solo in Nine Parts, George Balanchine’s Duo Concertant (which includes live music on stage with the dancers), and Agnes

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FISH & CHIPS & BALLET

Tonight I had the pleasure of catching a preview performance of Made in the USA: Traditions & Innovations, which the Richmond Ballet will perform this summer at the Royal Opera House in London. This will be their international debut, a huge

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FISH & CHIPS & BALLET

Tonight I had the pleasure of catching a preview performance of Made in the USA: Traditions & Innovations, which the Richmond Ballet will perform this summer at the Royal Opera House in London. This will be their international debut, a huge

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Dancers on the Rise

Next week Richmond Ballet will showcase the talent of their apprentices and trainees, which are the top tier of students at the ballet school and the dancers preparing for professional careers. The variety showcase will feature excerpts from classical and

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Dancers on the Rise

Next week Richmond Ballet will showcase the talent of their apprentices and trainees, which are the top tier of students at the ballet school and the dancers preparing for professional careers. The variety showcase will feature excerpts from classical and

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Richmond Ballet In Focus

Richmond Ballet is performing the lovestruck comic ballet, Coppélia (The Girl with the Enamel Eyes), for Valentine’s weekend, February 10-12, at Carpenter Theatre. Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate and Ballet Master Malcolm Burn, celebrating his 25th season with the organization, will

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Richmond Ballet In Focus

Richmond Ballet is performing the lovestruck comic ballet, Coppélia (The Girl with the Enamel Eyes), for Valentine’s weekend, February 10-12, at Carpenter Theatre. Richmond Ballet Artistic Associate and Ballet Master Malcolm Burn, celebrating his 25th season with the organization, will

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InSight: Igor Antonov

Igor Antonov has been a signature dancer with the Richmond Ballet for some 20 years and now intends to take a final bow. Richmond Ballet will open its season with a tribute to their beloved dancer/teacher/friend including highlights from roles

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InSight: Igor Antonov

Igor Antonov has been a signature dancer with the Richmond Ballet for some 20 years and now intends to take a final bow. Richmond Ballet will open its season with a tribute to their beloved dancer/teacher/friend including highlights from roles

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STUDIO FOUR BEGOT ‘SWIPE’

Last weekend marked the end of the Richmond Ballet’s season with Studio Four, a double performance including Jessica Lang’s Women and the Sea: A Tribute to Will Barnet and Val Caniparoli’s Swipe. Swipe made its world debut at Studio Four,

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STUDIO FOUR BEGOT ‘SWIPE’

Last weekend marked the end of the Richmond Ballet’s season with Studio Four, a double performance including Jessica Lang’s Women and the Sea: A Tribute to Will Barnet and Val Caniparoli’s Swipe. Swipe made its world debut at Studio Four,

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