Moving Identities

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BY SRQ DAILY SATURDAY PERSPECTIVES EDITION SATURDAY JAN 13, 2018

The Sarasota Ballet’s first production of the New Year, Moving Identities, opens January 26 at the FSU Center for the Performing Arts, with a triple bill of stimulating, thrilling and entertaining Modern and Neo-Classical works. Opening the program is Paul Taylor’s Airs, which receives its Company Premiere this Season, followed by Resident Choreographer Ricardo Graziano’s Valsinhas, first performed in 2013 with live music on stage and closing the program is Robert North’s beloved and comedic Troy Game. Although traditionally performed with an all male cast, this Season sees The Sarasota Ballet introduce an all female cast as well. “Moving Identities is the perfect program to start the New Year. The energy, strength and beauty of all three ballets will give our audience an extraordinary experience to kick off 2018,” enthuses Iain Webb, Director of The Sarasota Ballet. “The name of this program is inspired by the ballets featured, from the fluidity and shifting patterns of Mr. Taylor’s Airs, to the all male and all female casts of Ricardo’s Valsinhas and Robert North’s Troy Game, this program will challenge you in one moment and have you laughing the next.”

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