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The Scenestress Takes in Some Ballroom

Inspired, perhaps thanks to a quick drink…. Read more »

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DANCE REVIEW: Watching movies at the opera

The Sarasota Opera is a grand new venue to watch HD transmissions…depending on the production, that is…… Read more »

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DANCE REVIEW: A less ambitious, but clean and competent festival gala

In its fourth year — and after a major transition — the Carreno-Barbieri Dance Festival performance is a scaled-down affair…… Read more »

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DANCE REVIEW: A performance bigger than what was "On Stage"

Sarasota Cuban Ballet School program represents accomplishments on multiple levels…… Read more »

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Cuban ballet students "On Stage"

An historic moment in Cuban/American relations takes place on the stage of the Sarasota Opera House…… Read more »

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All Ashton, all the time

Sarasota Ballet’s tribute to British choreographer Frederick Ashton features film, lectures and performances of his work…… Read more »

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Back to the drawing board for de Warren -- with a modern slant

Following his exit from the Carreno Dance Festival, 80-year-old Robert de Warren reimagines the Sarasota International Dance Festival…… Read more »

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A 'Vaudeville' revival in world premiere at Sarasota Opera House

An old form of entertainment gets a modern makeover… Read more »

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DANCE REVIEW: A young choreographer with an old soul

Sarasota Ballet principal dancer Ricardo Graziano will become the company’s resident choreographer next year…… Read more »

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MUSIC REVIEW: A hearty sandwich of a concert

La Musica concert offers a tasty “filling” between two slices of familiarity…… Read more »

No Carreno, but the Sarasota International Dance Festival lives on

Robert deWarren’s nonprofit, founded as the umbrella organization of the Carreno Dance Festival, shifts gears after Jose Carreno moves his summer workshop to a collaboration with the Sarasota Ballet…… Read more »

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Auditions set for revised Carreño Festival

Auditions for the revised program, now a collaboration between the Sarasota Ballet and Ballet San Jose, will be held in February and March…… Read more »

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2014 Carreno Dance Festival cancelled

After three years, the summer intensive workshop for aspiring ballet students produced by Robert De Warren and Jose Manuel Carreno goes on “hiatus”….maybe permanently……. Read more »

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DANCE REVIEW: A mixed program from two choreographic greats

“Balanchine and Ashton,” the Sarasota Ballet’s second program of the season, both feeds and challenges the tastes of local afficionados……. Read more »

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Two choreographic geniuses, "Inside the Studio"

First of Sarasota Ballet’s backstage lecture-demonstrations focuses on the work of England’s Frederick Ashton and Russia’s George Balanchine…… Read more »

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