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Colorado Ballet Magazine

by Rosalie O’Connor Maria Mosina

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Lakewood’s Heritage, Culture & the Arts Magazine

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The artifacts of Lakewood Heritage Center

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COLORADO JAZZ REPERTORY ORCHESTRA FAVORITES • TONIC SOL-FA • AN EVENING WITH NATHAN GUNN & PIANIST JULIE JORDAN GUNN • JUDY COLLINS • DUO CLASSICA-GERMAN INSPIRATIONS • GUYS AND DOLLS IN CONCERT • YELLOWJACKETS • WONDERBOUND BOOMTOWN • COWBOY CHRISTMAS WITH SONS & BROTHERS AND BUCKAROO POET WADDIE MITCHELL • BUNTPORT THEATRE YESTERADO • EATING WORDS • COLORADO SYMPHONY BRANDENBURG CONCERTOS • VIVE LA FRANCE • SWING XING! THREE GENERATIONS OF SWING GUITAR • ARIAS AND ENSEMBLES & ROMEO AND JULIET OPERA COLORADO YOUNG ARTISTS PROGRAM • SERENADE • SONGS OF LOVE WITH MARK MASRI • CJRO A NIGHT IN NEW ORLEANS FEATURING BYRON STRIPLING • 80S NIGHT • SEASONS OF BROADWAY • YESTERDAY & TODAY, THE ALL REQUEST BEATLES TRIBUTE • COLORADO SYMPHONY HOLIDAY BRASS BEETHOVEN’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION • HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS • STEVE TRASH THE SCIENCE OF ECOLOGY • IGOR BUTMAN & THE MOSCOW JAZZ ORCHESTRA • COLCANNON • JIM HENSON’S DINOSAUR TRAIN LIVE: BUDDY’S BIG ADVENTURE • JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON • CONJURE • FANCY NANCY • CJRO-BIG BAND CHRISTMAS • THE 39 STEPS • COLORADO SYMPHONY-BEETHOVEN’S SYMPHONY NO. 5 • THE MOTONES • NUTCRACKER BY CLASSICAL BALLET OF COLORADO • CJRO THE GREAT LADIES OF JAZZ FEATURING VOCALIST KIM NAZARIAN OF THE NEW YORK VOICES

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November 28—30, 2014 Macky Auditorium

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Season 2014 | 2015 A MIDSUMMER DREAM NIGHT’S by Rosalie O’Connor Maria Mosina

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DENVER PERFORMING ARTS COMPLEX APPLAUSE MAGAZINE is handed to patrons attending the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Tony Award-winning productions and Broadway shows.

OVATION! MAGAZINE and the OPERA COLORADO PROGRAM combine to deliver aficionados with the news and events of the region’s premier company.

SOUNDINGS MAGAZINE goes behind the scenes to provide Colorado Symphony audiences with high points of every diverse performance.

COLORADO BALLET MAGAZINE introduces dancers, provides fascinating details for each performance and chronicles the company’s 50-plus years.

SOUTH & WEST METRO BRAVO LAKEWOOD MAGAZINE provides residents with details of the arts, classes and entertainment at the Cultural Center. NEWMAN CENTER PRESENTS MAGAZINE educates patrons about the eclectic and timely performances in the stunning University of Denver facility.

VIEW, the magazine of the Lone Tree Arts Center, features performing arts highlights and details about the happenings at the south metro area’s state-of-the-art facility.

BOULDER BOULDER PHILHARMONIC and BOULDER BALLET MAGAZINES update loyal audiences with guest performance details and highlights.

CU PRESENTS MAGAZINE engages readers with the background on the Artist Series, CU Opera, Takács Quartet and Holiday Festival.

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Founded in 1961, Colorado Ballet brings world-class dance to Colorado as one of the state’s oldest and most successful performing arts institutions. It’s among the highest regarded ballet companies in the United States.

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Each Ballet season includes a performance in the June Swaner Gates Concert Hall at the University of Denver campus. DU is home to the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts.

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November 28 - December 27 Space Deadline: October 9 Copy Deadline: October 16

LA SYLPHIDE October 2-11 Colorado Ballet opens its 55th season with a romantic presentation that hasn’t been on stage in Denver for nearly 20 years. This ballet features choreography by August Bournonville and music by Herman Severin Løvenskiold, performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Bournonville choreographed La Sylphide in 1836, making it one of the oldest surviving ballets. In the production, a young Scotsman pursues a beautiful, bewitching winged sylph, or spirit. “The Company last performed La Sylphide in 1996 and I wanted to present it this season because it is one of the most beautiful, romantic ballets of all time,” says artistic director Gil Boggs. “In his quest for the unattainable love of the sylph, the young Scotsman abandons his fiancé and ultimately loses everything. The ballet demonstrates temptation, loss and loving something you cannot have.”

THE NUTCRACKER November 28 - December 27 The Nutcracker features more than 300 costumes, 30 Company dancers, 20 Studio Company dancers, 65 Academy dancers and thousands of families that look forward to this holiday favorite each year. In addition to timeless choreography, Tchaikovsky’s extraordinary arrangement will be performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. “Colorado Ballet’s enchanting presentation of The Nutcracker is the largest production of the holiday favorite in Colorado,” says artistic director Gil Boggs. “Do not wait to purchase your tickets to watch Clara and the Nutcracker Prince’s magical wintertime journey to the delicious Land of Sweets. Nearly every performance was sold out in 2014, so we encourage patrons to buy their tickets early.”

DANA BENTON, THE NUTCRACKER PHOTO: ALLEN BIRNBACH

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ALICE (IN WONDERLAND) February 19-28 The Ballet will fall down the rabbit hole for the Colorado premiere of Alice (in Wonderland). Based on Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, the ballet includes choreography by Septime Webre and music by Matthew Pierce, performed live by the Colorado Ballet Orchestra. Alice (in Wonderland) first premiered in 2012 and the choreography merges traditional ballet movements with contemporary ballroom, modern and hip-hop steps. “This isn’t your typical, classical storybook children’s ballet. Alice (in Wonderland) is a charming theatrical extravaganza with colorful costumes, whimsical sets and a wide variety of dance styles,” says artistic director Gil Boggs. “Come watch the adventures of Alice in a strange land filled with eccentric and entertaining characters including the frantic White Rabbit, mysterious Cheshire Cat, peculiar Mad Hatter, terrifying Jabberwock and the wicked Queen of Hearts.”

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Spring 2016 Issue February 19 - March 27 Space Deadline: January 15 Copy Deadline: January 22

BALLET DIRECTOR’S CHOICE March 25-27 The Ballet will close its season with a collection of contemporary premieres in the Ballet Director’s Choice at the June Swaner Gates Concert Hall at the Newman Center for the Performing Arts. Renowned contemporary choreographer Dominic Walsh will be doing a work for the Company. Walsh is a former Principal Dancer and Choreographer with Houston Ballet and founder of contemporary ballet company, Dominic Walsh Dance Theater. The repertory will also include the premiere of a tango-inspired ballet by choreographer Lorita Travaglia. In addition to her work as Ballet Mistress at Colorado Ballet, Travaglia is the Creative Director of Parasol Arts, a non-profit organization that takes inspiration from the art of Argentine Tango. The production will include a third work to be announced at another date. “Ballet Director’s Choice highlights the talents of Colorado Ballet’s dancers through a diverse selection of new works,” says artistic director Gil Boggs. “Audiences will see a range of different dancing styles, from contemporary to Tango, all in one amazing performance. Ballet Director’s Choice is the perfect production to debut exciting world premiere ballets with our extremely talented Company.” Programming is subject to change and shows can be added, postponed or canceled.

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