Friday, January 22, 2010

Morphoses/The Wheeldon company performing in SF





Ballets great white hope Christopher Wheeldon is bringing his spectacular company Morphoses this week to the Yerba Buena Center of the Arts as part of the companies california tour. This will be the 1st time in San Francisco's history that his work has been seen outside of the War Memorial Opera House and home to the San Francisco Ballet. Wheeldon is bringing in not only a great rep with a couple new works by Edward Liang and Alexei Ratmansky but he also restaged Continumm which was set on SFB a few years ago. It will be interesting to see how his dancers take on the ballet which im sure will be terrific. Im personally very interested in seeing his company because of its amazing dancers with the likes of Drew Jacoby , Rubi Pronk, Edward Liang, Rory Hohenstein (former SFB soloist) whom all bring something different to the table.

heres a YouTube of the company at Sadlers Wells.


Morphoses/The Wheeldon Company
The James C. Hormel and Michael P. Nguyen Dance Series
Sat, Jan 23, 8 pm & Sun, Jan 24, 7 pm
$49 Orchestra, Orchestra Boxes and Terrace Row A (including Orchestra Pit)
$32 Terrace Rows B-G and Terrace Boxes

Program:
Continuum (with live music—keyboard works by Ligeti)
Rhapsody Fantaisie (with live music—keyboard works by Rachmaninoff)
Distant Cries (music by Albinoni; choreography by Edwaard Liang)
Boléro (music by Ravel; choreography by Alexei Ratmansky)

2 comments:

ascential22 said...

So jealous man. I take it you have tickets?

TAGsf said...

just got done having lunch with some of my sfb peeps and i hear that the performances are all sold out.