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UMS Concert Program, November 18, 1984: American Ballet Theatre II --

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Day
18
Month
November
Year
1984
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Season: 106th
Concert: Thirty-seventh
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
American Ballet Theatre II
Richard Englund, Director Jeremy Blanton, Associate Director
Patrick Corbin Sean Kelly Brent Phillips
Susan Cummins Parrish Maynard Roger Plaut
Jennifer Griffith Alexander Nagiba Sally Rojas
Monique Irish Victoria Pasquale Marcie Ryken-Lewis
Apprentices Courtney Miller Lesley Rudnick John SheafTer Edward Warburton
Gage Bush, Ballet Mistress Robert Machado, Accompanist, Music Supervisor
Ellen Pundyk, Manager Linda Meise, Assistant Manager Lisa Frucht, Secretary
Jaclyn Ferraro, Production Stage Manager Todd Elmer, Lighting Supervisor Marianne Gutknecht, Wardrobe Supervisor Chad Heulitt, Road Technician Richard Moore, Repertory Lighting Design Frank Griesemer, Travel Coordinator
Sunday Evening, November 18, 1984, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
JIGS 'N REELS
Choreography: Richard Englund Music: Malcolm Arnold
Costumes: Eric Richter
Yellow Clan: Marcie Ryken-Lewis and Alexander Nagiba
Monique Irish Victoria Pasquale
Red Clan: Jennifer Griffith
Sean Kelly Parrish Maynard Brent Phillips Roger Plaut
Blue Clan: Courtney Miller and John Sheaffer
Sally Rojas Lesley Rudnick
Jigs 'n Reels was created by Richard Englund for premiere by the Birmingham Ballet in 1965, and entered ABT II's repertory in 1973.
INTERMISSION
Thirty-seventh Concert of the 106th Season Fourteenth Annual Choice Series
FRAGMENTS
Choreography: John McFall Music: Igor Stravinsky
Costumes: Eric Richter Lighting: Robert Lasser
Great Chorale from "L'Histoire du Soldat"
Susan Cummins Monique Irish Courtney Miller Victoria Pasquale Lesley Rudnick
Sean Kelly Parrish Maynard Brent Phillips
Roger Plaut John SheafFer
Clarinet Pieces Susan Cummins Sean Kelly Parrish Maynard Monique Irish
Allegro from "Concerto for Piano and Winds" Full Cast
A product of the 1982 Ballet Theatre Workshop, this collection of three studies was first performed by ABT II in 1982 at a choreographers' showcase in Aspen, Colorado, and entered the Company's repertory in 1983.
By arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., publisher and copyright owner.
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BELONG
Choreography: Norbert Vesak Music, electronically synthesized
Design: Robert-Glay de La Rose by Syrinx
Sally Rojas and Edward Warburton
Belong was awarded Gold Medals for Choreography in 1980 at the International Ballet Competi?tion in Varna, Bulgaria, and the Third World Ballet Concours in Osaka, Japan.
Creatiue Associate to Mr. Vesak.
INTERMISSION
BOURNONVILLE DIVERTISSEMENT
Choreography: August Bournonville Music: Gade, Helsted, Paulli Staged by Toni Lander Decor & Costumes: Eric Richter
Pas de Six and Tarentella from "Napoli" (1842)
Pas de Deux from "Flower Festival at Genzano" (1858)
Trio from "Abdullah" (1854)
Susan Cummins and Patrick Corbin
Monique Irish Victoria Pasquale Sally Rojas Lesley Rudnick Roger Plaut Sean Kelly Brent Phillips Parrish Maynard
Known today as the father of Danish ballet, August Bournonville traveled extensively through?out Europe as a dancer and ballet master, and his works have become the hallmark of the Romantic style of ballet. Bournonville Divertissement, featuring excerpts from several noted Bournonville ballets, has been in the ABT II repertory since the Company's creation.
American Ballet Theatre II was formed by Richard Englund in 1972 under its former name, Ballet Repertory Company. As the second company of Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc., it was designed to reflect the repertory, style, and quality of American Ballet Theatre. The Company features some of America's most talented young dancers in works ranging from classical ballet to contemporary and modern dance. Since 1972 American Ballet Theatre II has performed in 217 cities in 42 states, including Ann Arbor in 1973, and seven foreign countries.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1270 Phones: (313) 665-3717, 764-2538
AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE II
Sunday, November 18, 1984 at 8:00om Power Center for the Performing Arts
In this evening's performanc JIGS N' REELS will be replaced by TRIBUTE.
TRIBUTE
Music..............Cesar Franck
(Symphonic Variations)
Choreography ....... Frederic Franklin
Costumes .......... Gretchen Warren
MARCIE RYKEN-LEWIS & BRENT PHILLIPS
Victoria Pasquale, Monique Irish Roger Plaut, Parrish Maynard

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