modern ballet

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a style of ballet that admits a wider variety of movements

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The ystanbul State Opera and Ballet will stage a modern ballet production called "GE[micro]kkuE-ay-y" (Rainbow), set to music by composers John Adams, Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto, on July 21.
In Sendai, Takahashi also runs a modern ballet school.
By bringing the three very different pieces together, the company showcases not only its grasp of more modern ballet but also individual performances.
Kylian's artistic contribution to the Dutch company has influenced a generation of dancemakers and challenged innumerable dancers with its modern ballet language and brazen musicality.
That's really where modern ballet started and the concept of a total work of art.
Music by Handel, modern ballet by the Mark Morris dance group.
Under the direction of Barbara Sullivan, the company combines jazz, modern dance, modern ballet and African Dance in its performances.
The 20-piece band under the baton of Ben Van Tienen perfectly delivers the score and the choreography, which blends modern ballet with tougher, urban styles and Latin influences, is mind-blowing, particularly during the Mambo scene.
This has been held every year since 1982 on the anniversary of the birth of Jean-Georges Noverre in 1727 who is acknowledged as the creator of modern ballet.
The first part of the show included two pieces of modern ballet and one more classical, while the second featured tango-inspired ballet.
Based on the life story of 20th-century Turkish actress Afife Jale, yDOB's modern ballet "Afife" is going to be staged for the first time in 14 years when it returns for five performances later this month at the SE-reyya Opera House in ystanbul's KadykE[micro]y district.
Thanks to the Midlands Dance Company, the pupils created a 12-minute modern ballet.
The 10 strong street dance troop who reached the final rounds of television's hottest talent show bring their original choreography to the theatre for a sizzling show incorporating everything from jump jive to modern ballet moves.
For the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Festival at the Alley Citigroup Theater, Dunn remounts Pulcinella, his modern ballet to Stravinsky's score, first commissioned by the Paris Opera Ballet in 1980, now performed by 15 New York dancers.
It seemed bland in comparison to the wonders of the first two as this modern ballet told the tale of lovers torn apart by pirates.