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RED

The latest entry in Ballet San Antonio’s 2017-2018 season puts whimsy and modernity at its forefront. In RED, the company presents five dances, centered on George Balanchine’s “Rubies,” a wickedly sharp piece set to Igor Stravinsky’s “Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra.” Artistic Director Willy Shives’ choreography is prominently featured in “Elements,” a reflection on San Antonio’s fickle weather set to music by Franz Liszt; The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, a debut featuring children from BSA’s arts education and dance training program, and the jazzy montage “Something Stupid.” Rounding out the program is Gerald Arpino’s “Round of Angels,” a melancholic dance choreographed in memoriam of Arpino’s collaborator and longtime friend, James R. Howell.

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