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UMS Concert Program, March 13, 1986: Berlin Ballet --

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Day
13
Month
March
Year
1986
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Season: 107th
Concert: Sixty-fifth
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

fHE 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
Thursday Evening, March 13, 1986, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
SERENADE
Choreography: George Balanchine Music: Peter Tchaikovsky Re-staged by Patricia Neary Costumes: Barbara Karinsha
Dianne Bell Silke Sense Katalin Csarnoy Lubomir Kafak David Nixon
Sara Rendall, Kathy Kepler, Raffaella Renzi, Marika Trankel
Anna Fowler, Judith Frege, Katherine Panter, Janet Wong,
Andrea Hacquoil, Andrea Horvath, Mayumi Uehara, Kate Ketchum,
Inge Krogh, Kathlyn Pope, Marzena Sobanska, Lacey Fischer, Caroline Campo
Milosz Andrzejczak, Tomas Karlborg, Piotr Lutrosinski, Axel Eckert
PERCUSSION FOR SIX MEN
Choreography: Vincente Nebrada Music: Lee Gurst
Production: Dale Talley
Xylophone: Arkadiusz Duch Vibraphone: Lubomir Kafka Bongos: David Nixon Tambourine: Janusz Reddig
Castanets: Charles Scheyd Drums: Ahmed Ashour
American choreographer Vincente Nebrada created the most important of his modern ballets for the Harkness Ballet, among them Percussion for Six Men which had its New York debut in September 1969.
Sixty-fifth Concert of the 107th Season Fifteenth Annual Choice Series
FIVE TANGOS
Choreography: Hans van Manen Music: Astor Piazzolla Production: Jean-Paul Vroom Revolution du Tango, Lumiere,
Musique Contemporaine d'Argentine
Dianne Bell Lubomir Kafka Andrea Horvath Tomas Karlborg Sara Rendall Janusz Reddig
Caroline Campo, Inge Krogh, Judith Frege, Katherine Panter, Marek Skuratowicz, Arkadiusz Duch, Robert Swierczek, Piotr Lutrosinski
GRAND PAS DE DEUX (from "Les Intermittences du Coeur")
Choreography: Roland Petit Music: Cesar Franck and
Camille Saint-Saens
Raffaella Renzi David Nixon
INTERMISSION
GALA PERFORMANCE
Choreography and Libretto: Music: Serge Prokofiev
Anthony Tudor Scenery: Martin Rupprecht
Costumes: Hugh Stevenson
Three ballerinas appear on a small prouincial stage; during (he performance they compete with each other, each believing she is the greatest ballerina.
Scene I Before the Performance Scene II The Performance
Queen of Dance (from Moscow) ....................... Katalin Csarnoy
Goddess of Dance (from Milano) .........................Raffaella Renzi
Daughter of Terpsichore (from Paris) ......................... Silke Sense
Partner of Italian Ballerina ............................. Tomas Karlborg
Partner of French Ballerina .............................. Ahmed Ashour
Sara Rendall, Kathlyn Pope, Caroline Campo, Janet Wong, Andrea Hacquoil,
Katherine Panter, Inge Krogh, Judith Frege, Marzena Sobanska,
Marika Trankel, Kathy Kepler, Andrea Horvath, Lacey Fisher, Ann Arnoult,
Arkadiusz Duch, Wojciech Hankiewicz, Janusz Reddig,
Marek Rozycki, Piotr Lutrosinski, Christopher Cody
Ballet Master: Milosz Andrzejczak Conductor: Axel Eckert Costumes: Sylvia Hirsch
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.
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