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UMS Concert Program, March 12, 1986: Berlin Ballet --

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Day
12
Month
March
Year
1986
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Season: 107th
Concert: Sixty-fourth
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

'HE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Berlin Ballet
of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin
Gert Reinholm, Director
Professor Gotz Friedrich, General Manager
Gudrun Leben, Ballet Mistress
Wednesday Evening, March 12, 1986, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
DAPHNIS AND CHLOE
Choreography: Hans van Manen Music: Maurice Ravel Production: Jean-Paul Vroom Daphnis and Chloe, Second Suite
Daphnis: Lubomir Kafka Chloe: Dianne Bell
Kathy Kepler, Andrea Horvath, Marzena Sobanska, Marika Trankel, Lacey Fisher,
Sara Rendall, Inge Krogh, Katherine Panter, Caroline Campo, Christopher Cody,
Marek Skuratowicz, Arkadiusz Duch, Marck Rozycki, Wojciech Hankiewicz,
Tomas Karlborg, Janusz Rcddig, Robert Swierczek, Piotr Lutrosinski
SPECTRE DE LA ROSE
Choreography: after Michel Fokine Music: Carl Maria von Weber
Invitation to the Dance
Returning home from a ball with a rose in her hands, a young girl soon falls asleep and dreams she is dancing a waltz with the spirit of the man who gave her the rose. After the spirit disappears, the girl awakens, not knowing if her experience was real or only a dream.
Raffaella Renzi David Nixon
AFTERNOON OF A FAUN
Choreography: after Vaclav Nijinsky Music: Claude Debussy Faun: Lubomir Kafka Nymphe: Ann Arnoult
Sixty-fourth Concert of the 107th Season Fifteenth Annual Choice Series
CANTARES (from "Iberica")
Choreography: Oscar Araiz Music: Maurice Ravel
Production: Carlos Cytrynowski
Beatrice Belando
Sylvia Hirsch, Andrea Horvath, Kathy Kepler, Judith Frege, Kate Ketchum, Katherine Panter, Mayumi Uehara, Janet Wong
From Rapsodie espagnole: Prelude a la nuit, Malaguena, Habanera, Feria.
INTERMISSION
CANTO JUNTO (from "Iberica")
Choreography: Oscar Araiz Music: Carlos Surinac
Production: Carlos Cytrynowski
Ann Arnoult, Caroline Campo, Anna Fowler, Kathlyn Pope, Sara Rendall, Axel Eckert, Janusz Reddig, Charles Scheyd
From Ritmo Jondo: Bulerias; Tientos: Tiento de Queja, Tiento de Pena, Tiento de Algeria; Ritmo Jondo: Saeta, Garrotin.
DON QUICHOTTE PAS DE DEUX
Choreography: after Marius Petipa Music: Louis Minkus
Katalin Csarnoy David Nixon
SYMPHONY IN D
Choreography: Jmi Kylian Music: Joseph Haydn
Costumes: Tom Schenk
Silke Sense, RafTaella Renzi, Kathlyn Pope, Sara Rendall,
Andrea Horvath, Inge Krogh, Ahmed Ashour, Charles Scheyd,
Marek Rozycki, Janusz Reddig, Caroline Campo, Marzcna Sobanska,
Marek Skuratowicz, Tomas Karlborg, Arkadiusz Duch, Christopher Cody
'Symphony No. 101, first two movements; Symphony No. 73, last movement.
The Company
With its long dance tradition reaching back to the Middle Ages, the Berlin Ballet is today a company of international renown. The Ballet makes regular international tours, and in the United States it has had seasons at the Metropolitan Opera House and New York State Theater at Lincoln Center and at the San Antonio Festival. The present company was founded after the Second World War by the young dancer Gert Reinholm and the distinguished choreographer Tatjana Gsovsky and is now associated with the Deutsche Oper, Berlin. Gert Reinholm has served as artistic director since 1962. The Ballet is now making its first appearance in Ann Arbor.
The Berlin Ballet -Tomorrow Night!
Serenade (BalanchineTchaikovsky) Grand Pas de Deux (PetitFranck & Saint-Saens)
Percussion for Six Men (NebradaGurst) Gala Performance (TudorProkofiev) Five Tangos (van ManenPiazzolla)
Tickets from SH to S18
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
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