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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2010 2:55 pm 
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Ed Voves reviews "Apollo's Angels" in the California Literary Review.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Luke Jennings reviews "Apollo's Angels" in The Observer.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Also in The Observer, Ruaridh Nicoll writes about how ballet is *not* over.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Jennifer Homans is interviewed on NPR. (36 minutes)

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Donald Rosenberg reviews "Apollo's Angels" in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Jennifer Homans is interviewed by Steven Kurutz in the Wall Street Journal.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Marie Arana reviews "Apollo's Angels" for the Washington Post.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Veronica Horwell reviews "Apollo's Angels" in The Guardian.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
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Alastair Macaulay responds to various arguments raised in "Apollo's Angels" in the New York Times.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 2:50 pm 
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Marina Harss reviews "Apollo's Angels" in The Nation.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:16 pm 
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In The Independent, Sadler's Wells director Alistair Spalding prefers new work to what is being programmed at the three largest British ballet companies. Jennifer Homans adds that the crisis is artistic and creative, not financial.

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 Post subject: Re: Jennifer Homans: Is Ballet Over?
PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2011 11:56 am 
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I disagree. In order to produce artistic and creative ballet, you need $. It co$tS $ to create artistic and creative ballet. That’s also why you don’t have any more Mozart’s, Beethoven’s or Strauss’. Who has the money to produce original ballet or original classical music? Message to Jennifer Homans: ‘Get over yourself!’ It is difficult to keep an old art form like ballet alive when there is so much more competition for the art$ $!

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Christopher Wheeldon adds his voice to the discussion about ballet choreography and about his own priorities as his name surfaces regarding potential artistic directorships. Valerie Lawson interviews him in the Australian.

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