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 Post subject: Re: Boston Ballet 2010-11
PostPosted: Sat May 07, 2011 3:09 pm 
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Claudia La Rocco interviews artistic director Mikko Nissinen in the New York Times.

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In the Boston Phoenix, Jeffrey Gantz reviews the triple bill of works by Forsythe, Pickett and Kylian.

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Keith Powers reviews the "Bella Figura" triple bill in the Boston Herald.

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Thea Singer reviews the same program in the Boston Globe.

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Marcia Siegel reviews the "Bella Figura" mixed bill in the Boston Phoenix.

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Boston Ballet closes the 2010-11 season with a mixed bill of Balanchine ("Divertimento No. 15" and "Symphony in Three Movements") and Robbins ("Afternoon of a Faun" and "Antique Epitaphs").

Iris Fanger reviews the program in the Patriot Ledger.

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Thea Singer in the Boston Globe.

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Keith Powers in the Boston Herald.

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Marcia B. Siegel reviews the Balanchine/Robbins program in the Boston Phoenix.

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Principal Dancer Larissa Ponomarenko retires to become ballet master. Andrea Shea reports for WBUR Radio.

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Jeffrey Gantz reviews the Balanchine/Robbins program in the Boston Phoenix. (Scroll past the Boston International Ballet Competition.)

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