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      March 7, 2020

      Saturday   8:00 PM - 10:00 PM (daily until March 7, 2020)

      121 Broadway
      San Diego, California 92101

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      Balanchine and More

      Balanchine and More City Ballet continues its commitment of presenting works choreographed by the great George Balanchine, plus, this season works by additional renown choreographers are also included in a ballet lovers program. It includes four different ballets, "Walpurgisnacht Ballet", "Who Cares?", "Hallelujah Junction", and "Le Cosaire Pas de Deux".

      "Walpurgisnacht Ballet"
      This ballet comes from a scene in Gounod’s Faust, occurring at the beginning of the opera’s last act depicting the traditional celebration when the souls of the dead are released to wander at will.

      "Who Cares?"
      In his delightful ballet "Who Cares?", Balanchine used songs by Georg Gershwin to create a uniquely American experience and more specifically evocative of New York City.

      "Hallelujah Junction"
      Former New York City Ballet artistic director Peter Martins created a high energy ballet set to a score by John Adams and is performed with two grand pianos on stage.

      "Le Cosaire Pas de Deux"
      The Le Cosaire Pas de Deux is the famous pas de deux from the original three-act ballet. It is one of ballet’s most famous pas de deux.

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