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Monday, November 5, 2012

$29 Orchestra seats for Suzanne Farrell Ballet and San Francisco Ballet in DC

Special Offer

Special Offer: $29 Orchestra Tix*

Tickets regularly up to $69
Buy online or mention code "147482" by phone or at the Box Office.
The Suzanne Farrell BalletTickets
San Francisco BalletTickets
San Francisco Ballet mixed repertory performance

Experience exhilarating modern works

Mixed Repertory Program
Trio (Tomasson/Tchaikovsky)
RAkU (Possokhov/Eshima)
Voices of Spring (Ashton/J. Strauss II)
Number Nine (Wheeldon/Torke)
In Trio, Tomasson captures the varied emotional tones of Tchaikovsky's Souvenir de Florence in an "elegant and engrossing" (Los Angeles Times) production. San Francisco Ballet Choreographer in Residence Yuri Possokhov's RAkU, set to an original score by Shinji Eshima, is "a gripping, virtuoso piece" (San Francisco Examiner). In Sir Frederick Ashton's lighthearted and fleet-footed pas de deux Voices of Spring, a ballerina and her partner follow the swirling melodies of the waltz. Christopher Wheeldon's Number Nine, featuring a large ensemble of 24 dancers, is set to an exhilarating score by Michael Torke.
Nov. 13 & 14, 2012 | Opera House
The Suzanne Farrell Ballet

Behold the works of Balanchine through the eyes of his muse…

The Kennedy Center's own The Suzanne Farrell Ballet returns in their 11th annual season for seven dazzling performances. A renowned ballerina and George Balanchine protégée, Suzanne Farrell has become a "tireless Balanchine preservationist and one of the foremost interpreters of the great choreographer's work" (The New York Times). Her company presents two all-Balanchine programs, including company premieres of Valse-Fantaisie, the Intermezzo from Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet, and Prodigal Son. The engagement also brings the company premiere of the inventive Danses Concertantes, plus Divertimento No. 15, presented by the company as a full ballet for the first time since 2005.  Both programs will close with Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, the ballet featured in Richard Rodgers's musical On Your Toes.
Nov. 7–11, 2012 | Eisenhower Theater
Explore the Arts
Join dance scholars for an insider's look as they prepare onstage for their performance.
Through the unique Explore the Arts Audio Scholars program, part of the Open Rehearsal Series, wireless headsets allow patrons to receive informational commentary about the choreography, dancers, and history of the form as the companies rehearse on stage. Headset is included with the ticket and distributed before the rehearsal. Seating location is at the discretion of the company.
Open Rehearsal: The Suzanne Farrell Ballet
Nov. 7 at 1:30 p.m. | Eisenhower Theater | Tickets $15
Open Rehearsal: San Francisco Ballet
Nov. 13 at 1:30 p.m. | Opera House | Tickets $15
*If ordering by phone or in person at the Kennedy Center Box Office,
mention Offer Number "147482" to receive your discount

*$29 ticket offer for The Suzanne Farrell Ballet  valid on 11/7, 11/8, 11/9, 11/10, & 11/11 performances at 7:30 p.m. and 11/10 & 11/11 at 1:30 p.m. $29 ticket offer for valid for San Francisco Ballet on 11/13 & 11/14 performances at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets subject to availability; some restrictions may apply. Performance prices, dates, times, and cast are subject to change without notification. No refunds or exchanges. Service/handling charges and facility fees may apply.

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