DCW & To the Sea

Just a quick reminder that Dance Camera West, Los Angeles' screen-dance festival, and To the Sea: Dance Concerts at the Santa Monica Pier run through Sunday. I made it to Friday's (4/13) To the Sea performance and sitting at the end of the pier is a remarkable--and utterly unique--place to see a dance concert. The …

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Review: SF Ballet’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’

I have been a San Francisco Ballet fan since the early 1980s, when Michael Smuin ran the company. I was living in the city and had a ballet subscription. They have only gotten better since then, growing into one of this country’s most distinguished classical companies. Sadly, they infrequently come south to perform here. We’re …

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3 Questions: Rachel Moore, Music Center

The Music Center kicks off a new initiative this summer, called The Music Center on Location. The downtown performing arts center is moving off campus, presenting two smaller dance companies and music artists at the Ford Theatres: Aszure Barton Dance in "Awáa" on Aug. 18 and Jacob Jonas The Company on Aug. 19, in shared program with …

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Upcoming dance season: Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Next up, the Segerstrom Center for the Arts' International Dance Series: Mariinsky Ballet and Orchestra, "Swan Lake," Oct. 2-7 Trey McIntyre Project, Nov. 23-25 Hamburg Ballet, "The Little Mermaid," Feb. 8-10, 2013 Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg, "Rodin," May 3-5, 2013 The lowdown: As mentioned in an earlier blog post, the Center has decreased the …

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