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Marsha Lederman interviews Interim Artistic Director and Choreographer Emily Molnar in The Globe and Mail:

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In the Vancouver Sun, Deborah Meyers talks to Interim Artistic Director Emily Molnar about her choreographic project, "Surfacing," which is showing the work of four different choreographers who have each worked with a different group of 15 dancers -- a mix of students and professionals -- and being performed in the Scotiabank Dance Centre Friday through Sunday, November 13-15, 2009 in Vancouver, BC.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:39 pm 
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Emily Molnar has now been appointed Artistic Director of Ballet British Columbia. Kevin Griffin reports in the Vancouver Sun.

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Seems like a good choice. Anyone else have an opinion?


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 13, 2010 10:26 pm 
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Ballet British Columbia presents a mixed repertoire program, Thursday through Saturday, April 15-17, 2010 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. The program includes William Forsythe's "Herman Schmerman," Crystal Pite's "Short Works: 24" and Itzik Galili's "Things I told nobody." In the Georgia Straight, Janet Smith talks to newly appointed artistic director Emily Molnar about the program.

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[Note that the article is two full pages long.]


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In The Globe and Mail, Marsha Lederman interviews key actors in the revival of Ballet British Columbia.

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Kevin Griffin previews the Re/Naissance program in the Vancouver Sun.

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Stuart Derdeyn writes about Ballet British Columbia's 2010-11 season in The Province.

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Janet Smith in the Georgia Straight.

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Jessica Barrett has a lengthy (3 pages) interview with artistic director Emily Molnar about the Re/Naissance program in the North Shore News.

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Paula Citron reviews the Thursday, April 15, 2010 performance in The Globe and Mail.

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Kevin Griffin reviews the Thursday, April 15 performance of Re/Naissance in the Vancouver Sun.

Vancouver Sun

Janet Smith in the Georgia Straight.

Georgia Straight


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Ballet British Columbia partners with Dances for a Small Stage to present a full evening of works at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall on Commercial Drive in Vancouver, Wednesday through Friday, June 16-18, 2010. Kevin Griffin previews the performances in the Vancouver Sun.

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Kevin Griffin reviews the Wednesday, June 16, 2010 performance in the Vancouver Sun.

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Janet Smith reviews the Ballet BC performance on Commercial Drive in the Georgia Straight.

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Jose Navas has been hired as resident choreographer of Ballet British Columbia and will debut a new work, "The bliss that from their limbs all movement," set to sections "Passages" by Philip Glass and Ravi Shankar, at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, November 18-20, 2010. Kevin Griffin previews the mixed bill, which also features Emily Molnar's "Songs of a Wayfarer" and Kevin O'Day's "Face to Face" in the Vancouver Sun.

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In the Vancouver Sun, Kevin Griffin writes extensively on his observations of choreographer Jose Navas' creative process.

Vancouver Sun

Also included is an extensive biography of Jose Navas.

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