Misako Ballet Company and Friends present, "Spring Collage"
Misako Ballet Company will be joined by several friends to present "Spring Collage" at the Jim Rouse Theater on February 16th, at 2:00pm.
This concert will be a collage of dance, spanning time and showcasing diverse cultures and styles.
Misako Ballet Company will offer variations from the ballet Paquita and "Japanese Nursery Rhymes and Songs" choreographed by artistic director Misako Aoki. Woven into the ballet "Japanese Nursery Rhymes and Songs" are themes that reflect the four seasons in nature and the freedom and innocence of childhood. This cycle will include two new pieces: "Dreaming of Home" and "Orange Blossoms."
Eva Anderson, our guest choreographer will stage a triptych featuring a hand dance or D.C. swing, a form of swing dance dating back to the 1920's performed by Shirley Duncan's Hand Dance Troupe. William Goffigan, a drummer popular at Towson University and Goucher College will play "Blues Shoes." The piece will wrap up with "Elite Syncopations", a lively synopsis of popular dance performed to music by Scott Joplin.
Priscilla Kaufhold and her troupe Barefoot Dance will present "Bus Stop," a piece likely to bring smiles to the audience.
Dragonfly Dance Experiment, whose artistic director is Megan Morse Jans will perform a quirky sextet called "Viola".
Cellist Carolyn Rosinsky accompanied by Chris Lennard on the marimba will perform " The Swan" by Saint-Saens. Carolyn is one of 10 Rising Star finalists for the Howard County Celebration of the Arts competition.
For more information call 410-884-9690, email email@example.com or visit www.misakoballet.com.
Misako Ballet Company Dancers:
Carey Balinger, Cecilia Ituarte, Melissa Lineburg
Genevieve Havran, Jessica Markiewicz, Jessica McElvaney,
Emily Runkle, Amanda Wade
Misako Ballet Company is supported by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. An agency of the Department of Business & Economic Development, the MSAC provides financial support and technical assistance to non profit organizations, units of government, colleges and universities for arts activities.
Funding for the Maryland State Arts Council is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
Jim Rouse Theater at Wilde Lake High School (View)
5460 Trumpeter Road
Columbia, MD 21044
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