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October 23, 2013
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

Sneak a peek into the company’s upcoming season with excerpts from Balanchine favorites and more.

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March 27, 2013
Gin Dance Company

The company will be performing Deep eMotion which is a compilation of original works choreographed by Artistic Director Shu-Chen Cuff including Simply Bach, Dear Mr. Cooper, Deja Vu and The Core along with City Thoughts choreographed by Guest Choreographer Constance Walsh.

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October 25, 2012
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

Company dancers offer a Balanchine program featuring selections of works that will be performed, in full, during their 2012–2013 season.

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May 16, 2012
Washington Performing Arts

This program highlights young student musicians and dancers in performances with professional artists

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[Photo from the  October 3, 2011 performance.]

October 3, 2011
Suzanne Farrell
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The restored 1965 recording of the historic production of George Balanchine’s ballet Don Quixote starring Mr. Balanchine as the Don and Suzanne Farrell as his Dulcinea. Part of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet's 10th Anniversary. NOTE: This event will not be broadcast. 115 minutes in length. IN THE TERRACE THEATER

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[Photo from the  October 1, 2011 performance.]

October 1, 2011
Suzanne Farrell
This performance is not available for viewing.

A rare screening of the 1966 film, choreographed by George Balanchine with Suzanne Farrell as a nubile Titania, Edward Villella imperious as Oberon, Arthur Mitchell as a delightful Puck, and Allegra Kent and Jacques d'Amboise. Part of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet's 10th Anniversary. NOTE: This event will not be broadcast. 93 minutes in length. IN THE TERRACE GALLERY

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September 23, 2011
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

A preview performance in honor of the Company’s 10th anniversary.

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January 20, 2011
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre

Students under the direction of Franco De Vita, perform Kanji Segawa’s Toward the Light; Pas de Deux from Vasily Vainonen’s Flames of Paris staged by Raymond Lukens; and Raymond Lukens’s Divertissement. Part of The Presidency of John F. Kennedy: A 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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January 19, 2011
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School at American Ballet Theatre

Students under the direction of Franco De Vita, perform Kanji Segawa’s Toward the Light; Pas de Deux from Vasily Vainonen’s Flames of Paris staged by Raymond Lukens; and Raymond Lukens’s Divertissement. Part of The Presidency of John F. Kennedy: A 50th Anniversary Celebration.

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October 10, 2010
Furia Flamenca

Founded by director Estela Velez, Furia Flamenca presents a tribute to Spanish poet and musician Federico Garcia Lorca, including his works “Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias,” “Romance Sonambulo,” “Casidas de Palomas Oscuras,” and songs such as “Sevillanas del Siglo XVII” and “La Nana.”

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September 30, 2010
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

Members of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet perform Pas d ‘Action from Divertimento No. 15, Meditation, pas de deux from Agon, and Tzigane.

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July 19, 2010
Manzari Brothers

Host and Grammy Award–winning saxophonist Branford Marsalis performs. Members of The Suzanne Farrell Ballet perform Balanchine’s Ragtime pas de deux and “Contrapuntal Blues” pas de deux from Clarinade. Evidence, A Dance Company/Ronald K. Brown performs. D.C.’s tap dancing phenomenon the Manzari Brothers give an electrifying performance. Visit An American Playlist for more information.

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May 31, 2010
Avi Scher & Dancers

The troupe formed by emerging choreographer Avichai Sher—recognized by DANCE Magazine as one of the “Top 25 to Watch”—presents a program of neo-classical and contemporary ballet.

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August 11, 2000
The Dance Institute of Washington

Dance Institute of Washington presents the culminating performance of the Kennedy Center/Dance Theatre of Harlem Community Residency Program.

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July 23, 2000
Social Dance

Concluding the Millennium Stage celebration of DC-area dance, The Savoys, Swing Baltimore's FlyCats, and Salsa Fuego dance the night away with Social Dance.

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July 22, 2000
Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble

Footworks, Ziva's Spanish Dance, and Tappers With Attitude make noise in an energetic Percussive Dance Showcase.

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July 21, 2000
ARKA Ballet

ARKA Ballet, The Dance Troupe of Cambodian American Heritage, and Nilimma Devi light up the stage with dramatic Narrative Dance.

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July 20, 2000
Generations and Traditions

Exploring a variety of Generations and Traditions are Primary Movers, Jane Franklin Dance, Balafon Women's Ensemble, Jones-Haywood Ballet, and O'Shee Dances.

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July 19, 2000
Bowen McCauley Dance

Laura Shandelmeier, Joseph Mills & Mary Buckley, Bowen-McCauley Dance, and Mim Rosen perform Dances for One, Two, Three and More.

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June 24, 2000
The New York Baroque Dance Company

The New York Baroque Dance Company presents a performance workshop. NSO MOZART FESTIVAL

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June 23, 2000
The New York Baroque Dance Company

The New York Baroque Dance Company presents a performance workshop. NSO MOZART FESTIVAL

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March 14, 2000
Gonzalo and Dalene Zambrana

Gonzalo Zambrana demonstrates the tango, as he teaches the basics of this Argentine tradition. Rose clenched in teeth not required. Performance PlusÖ Event

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March 7, 2000
Chiao-Ping Dance

Li Chiao-Ping Dance offers highly physical, elegant, and inventive choreography.

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August 6, 1999
The Dance Institute of Washington

The Dance Institute of Washington presents a performance of movement and form.

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June 24, 1999
The Living History Foundation

The Living History Foundation recreates an 18th century wedding with members of the NSO Summer Music Institute.

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