Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
The Joffrey II Dancers
SALLY BRAYLEY BLISS, Director MARIA GRANDY, Associate Director
Dominique Angel Annette Bressie Steven Daniels Jill Davidson Terry Emanuel Lael Evans
Robert Gardner Jodie Gates Lee Hutton Julie Janus Karen Kromholtz Janey McGeary
Michael Medina Liz Molak Kevin O'Day Ron Reagan Travis Wright
Foundation for The Joffrey Ballet, Inc.
Robert Joffrey, Artistic Director Gerald Arpino, Associate Director Philip Semark, Executive Vice-President
Friday Evening, January 15, 1982, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Casting will be announced before each ballet.
Choreography: Jean-Pierre Bonnefous Costume design: Mimi Maxmen
Music: Part I--Elizabethan Composers; Lighting design: Gail Dahl
Part II--Selections from Henry Purcell
The Joffrey II Dancers are in Ann Arbor this week for two performances and a master class, comprising a half-week dance residency with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Great Lakes Arts Alliance.
Thirty-sixth Concert of the 103rd Season
Eleventh Annual Choice Series
Choreography: Leslie-Jane Pessemier Costume design: Lynn Hoffman
Music: Albert Glinsky, "Rhapsody for Lighting design: Gail Dahl
Solo Violin, Flute, Strings, and Timpani"
The choreography and music for this work were made possible by a grant from The Jerome Foundation, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota.
MONOTONES II, PAS DE TROIS
Choreography: Frederick Ashton Original lighting design:
Music: Erik Satie, "Trois Gymnopedies" Jennifer Tipton
Restaged for Joffrey II by Diane Orio and Dennis Poole of The Joffrey Ballet.
The restaging of this work was made possible by a special gift from the Doll Foundation Inc., New York City.
FANTASY AT FIDDLERS BEND
Choreography: Lance Westergard Costume design: Peter Kluge
Music: David Koblitz Lighting design: Gail Dahl
Portions of Mr. Koblitz's commissioned score are adapted from: "Regina caeli laetare," Heinrich Isaac, ca. 1450-1517; "Star of the County Down," traditional Irish air; and "My Luve," poem by Robert Burns.
The choreography and music for this work were made possible by a grant from The Jerome Foundation, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota. Joffrey II wishes to thank Calvin Klein Jeans for their generous contribution to this production.
Joffrey II, the "farm team" of The Joffrey Ballet, is comprised of sixteen dancers, ranging in age from seventeen to twenty-one. Founded in 1969, Joffrey II has trained more than 150 young professionals, preparing them to be soloists in The Joffrey Ballet and other professional dance companies of the world. Significant opportunities are also provided for unknown talented choreographers, designers, and composers. As a result of the philosophy that performance is essential to training, Joffrey II tours year-round throughout the country, performing a diverse repertory in varied settings. During its 1980-81 season, the ensemble visited fifty-one cities in twenty-six states, in addition to its season as the resident company of Brooklyn College. While Joffrey II appears in Ann Arbor this week for the first time, its parent company, The Joffrey Ballet, performed here in 1966.
Coining: California's Oakland Ballet
Monday, Jan. 25-"Diaghilev Tribute" Tuesday, Jan. 26-"MostIy Copland Evening" Wednesday, Jan. 27--"All Guidi Evening"
Tickets from $7 to $11
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phone: 665-3717, 764-2538