Avant Chamber Ballet dancers are eager to return to the studio and play again for a live audience. Katie Puda, artistic director of the Dallas Ballet Company, is pleased to announce and mandate a season full of face-to-face performances, including world premiere and holiday classics. Nutcracker..
“My main goal was to go back to live performances and provide dancers with as many performances as possible. Naples, Concerto Barocco, Brahms trio Not only a new work by me and Fernanda Oliveira. Whenever I make a new piece, I think it reflects where we are as choreographers and collaborative dancers, “Puder said.
In the early days of the pandemic, the ballet company shifted its focus to the production of digital works. Puder is considering creating a digital work for a free platform.
“It’s impossible to know 100% of what’s going to happen this year, but we plan to perform directly throughout the season and livestream some of the free park concerts at Clyde Warren Park,” Pouder said. Told.
Outdoor performance complemented digital programming during the 2020-2021 season. In March, Avant Chamber Ballet unveiled Together We Dance, a joint performance with the Dallas Black Dance Theater and Blueswood Dance, at Annette Strauss Square at the AT & T Performing Arts Center.
After the spring performance, Avant Chamber Ballet returned to a more familiar routine to prepare for the new season.
“I felt a little more normal this summer. Last summer, after a long period of unhealthy home zoom dancing, I returned to the studio class. Stamina for jumping and actually moving in space. This summer was fun and maintenance for the company and a lot of training for student dancers. We’ll be back to our regular fall schedule in mid-August, “Puder said. increase.
Poodle remembers the lesson of a pandemic when the Avant Chamber Ballet anticipates the 2021-2022 season.
“I think we were able to reassess what we were doing for the community. Yes, we are producing great ticketed performances in the Arts District, but there’s more we can do across Dallas. Do you have? We are really expanding more plans on the horizon in addition to free classes and performances, “Puder said. “Dance and creative movements are one of our first means of expression as human beings and can be a great way to connect with others, regardless of our differences. I want to share it with everyone in Dallas. “
Avant Chamber Ballet 2021-2022 season
The season is ACB is not connected October 29-30 Summons Center for the Arts. This non-traditional venue breaks through the Fourth Wall and gives a close look at dancers and pianists Mikhail Berestnev with three genres of ballet.First in Bouronville Naples method 3 -Celebration of life in Naples ending with the famous and fun Tarantera. Next to the program is Katie Poodle’s return. Ragtime -Run through the early American jazzy rhythms first played in February 2019. The program concludes with the world premiere of Katie Poodle with Philip Glass music.
Next is Paul Mejia Nutcracker December 9-12 at Moody Performance Hall. With a live orchestra conducted by ballet professional dancer Brad Koyer and a large children’s cast representing all of DFW from local auditions, it is this lush professional work to be presented. This is the second time for Avant Chamber Ballet.
next year Bach, Brahms, Bartok, February 11-12, 2022, at Moody Performance Hall. Spectacular ballet tonight features three ballets with live music.Initially Brahms trio.. This famous musical trio will be performed by violinist Lauren Hasertin, pianist Mikhail Belestnev and horn Kevin Hasertin in a gorgeous and romantic rendition with Katie Puda’s choreography and Anne Vois costume.Next is George Balanchine Concerto Barocco: One of George Balanchine’s masterpieces. The night ends with Katie Poodle’s world premiere, featuring Bella Bartok’s music. This is an integration of folk music, classicism and modernism.
To end the Avant Chamber Ballet season, the company Diaghilev’s legacy: World premiere of an exciting night. This program is a homage to Sergei Diaghilev and his company Ballets Russes. Ballets Russes changed ballet forever in the early 1900s with groundbreaking music, sheet music and design commissions.Performance includes premiere of Fernanda Oliveira Ju.. The ballet was described by composer Claude Debussy as a “danced poem.” This is Oliveira’s second work created for the Avant Chamber Ballet. The program also includes a new play by Katie Pudar in Igor Stravinsky’s play. Soldier’s story -Dramatic collaboration of dancers, MAKE Trio and narrators.
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