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Oakland ballet

William Huck

Oakland ballet

the first 25 years, 1965-1990

by William Huck

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Published by San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum in San Francisco, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oakland Ballet Company.,
  • Ballet -- California -- Oakland -- History.,
  • Ballet companies -- California -- Oakland -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-79).

    Statementby William Huck ; foreword by Ronn Guidi.
    SeriesSan Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum journal -- no. 3
    ContributionsGuidi, Ronn., San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p. :
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22938873M

    Oakland Ballet danced “Luna Mexicana,” by Graham Lustig. Alysia Chang opened the piece, her body folded around her spine, with back facing the audience. She’s a small dancer, dressed in canary yellow, who works large with a glittering presence. Tickets will be available for purchase through Brown Paper Tickets starting November For more information, or for assistance with ticket purchases, contact () or email us at [email protected]

      Lustig, the new artistic director of the Oakland Ballet Company, created this "Nutcracker" for New Jersey's American Repertory Ballet in , and he slightly tweaks the standard format. His. OAKLAND BALLET: THE FIRST 25 YEARS on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Unbound.

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Oakland Ballet’s new show is adapted from Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book” — in some ways that are faithful to the original story and other ways that represent an abrupt departure. “I was a cub in the Boy Scouts, and the leader of the pack is the Akela,” said Lustig, Oakland Ballet’s artistic director, referring to the “Jungle Book” wolf who helps oversee the feral boy.

Oakland Ballet: The First 25 Years, Issue 3 of San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum journal Volume 3 of San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum: San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum journal: Author: William Huck: Contributors: Ronn Guidi, San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum: Publisher.

Broadway, Suite LL17 Oakland, CA [email protected]   OAKLAND — “The folklore of Rudyard Kipling’s stories are woven into my childhood,” said Oakland Ballet Company’s Artistic Director Graham Lustig. Oakland Ballet Company, Oakland, California.

K likes. Accessible, relevant, and exciting dance for our diverse community. (13). Oakland Ballet Company presents the tale of The Jungle Book told through a Oakland ballet book of ballet and Bharatanatyam dance.

March 10 at pm. Tickets on sale now. Please check back for Oakland Ballet events at the Paramount. PARAMOUNT THEATRE HOUR HOTLINE: Administration: • Fax: The book illustrates ballet positions, steps and traditions in clear, simple text, photos and drawings.

This is an excellent book for a child taking ballet lessons. It features boys as well as girls in ballet classes and explains the similarities and differences in the way they dance in classical ballet/5().

The Oakland Ballet School has found a new home. Starting Fallwe will be located at Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, CA A note from the Directors. Saturday, December 22 was our last day of full classes at our beloved studio on MacArthur Blvd. A lot of great art, beautiful memories, and lasting friendships were created in that studio.

African American Art & Cultural Complex Fulton St, San Francisco, CA Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts Alice St Suite Oakland CA With the Oakland Ballet, she has performed the role of Luna in Luna Mexicana, and the Monkey Queen in Jangala. This is Jazmine’s second season with the Oakland Ballet Company.

Ashley Thopiah (week 1) has a BFA in Dance Performance from Butler university. She began her dance training at the Christine Rich Studio Dance Academy. Founded in by Oakland native Ronn Guidi, and currently under the direction of Graham Lustig, Oakland Ballet Company celebrates half a century of beautiful dancing, dedicated training, and an enduring commitment to arts education in the East Bay.

Oakland Ballet presents Jangala in three performances, a work that adapts Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book stories into a fusion of ballet and traditional Indian dance. Choreographer and Artistic Director Graham Lustig has partnered with a master of the Bharatanatyam form to retell the story of Mowgli, the boy raised by wolves.

Oakland Ballet Company's "Jangala" tells the story of Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book" through an exciting mix of ballet and bharatanatyam dance.

The Oakland Ballet Company is a non-profit ballet company based in Oakland, was founded in by Ronn Guidi, an Oakland native, and gained international recognition through its historical reconstructions of ballets from the legendary Ballets Russes of Serge Diaghilev; the mounting of classic works of Americana; and the creation of innovative contemporary choreography.

Season. Exciting premieres. Audience favorites. Don’t miss any of Oakland Ballet’s wonderful season performances. Seyong Kim as the Nutcracker in Oakland Ballet’s production of Graham Lustig’s “The Nutcracker.” Photo: Stephen Texeira.

Children brightened row after row of the Paramount Theatre on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 22, in the first of three weekend performances of Oakland Ballet. Get this from a library. Oakland ballet: the first 25 years, [William Huck; Ronn Guidi; San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum.].

Oakland East Bay Submitted by the Event Organizer A family-friendly performance inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book. Fusing contemporary ballet with south Indian classical Bharatanatyam dance, Jangala follows the story of Mowgli, a lost boy who is adopted by a pack of wolves and must use his wits to survive in the wild.

Oakland University cultivates the full potential of a diverse and inclusive community. As a public doctoral institution, we impact Michigan and the world through education, research, scholarship and creative activity. Oakland University offers degree and certificate programs with more t students currently enrolled.

The most notable are Oakland Ballet alumnus Michael Lowe, who makes sensuous ballets drawing on his Chinese heritage, and Russian-born Viktor Kabaniaev (brother of Diablo Ballet's Nikolai), whose.News, reviews, and event information for Oakland Ballet: The Nutcracker at Paramount Theatre Oakland onon Datebook from the The San Francisco Chronicle.