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February 2009

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George Balanchine's JEWELS
February 26-March 8

Balanchine's Jewels captured national press at its 1967 premiere, as one of his most audacious neo-classical works. Inspired by the artistry of jewelry designer Claude Arpels, each act - Emeralds, Rubies, and Diamonds - is distinct in both style and music, with choreographic and costuming elements portraying the essence of each stone. Jewels references ballet's French origins, Russia's imperial style, and Balanchine's own take on the art form.

"Magnificent" - The New York Times

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George Balanchine's Jewels

Discover Dance and Stay in Shape this Summer



Boston Ballet School offers summer programs for beginners through advanced, ages 3-adult, at four convenient locations, Boston, Newton, Norwell, and Marblehead.

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Boston Ballet School

Boston Ballet's Having a Ball



Boston Ballet's annual Black Tie fundraising Ball takes an old-world turn this year. A Viennese-inspired Ball promises to excite with two one-time-only dance performances choreographed by Boston Ballet artistic staff and soloist James Whiteside, a live auction, 3-course dinner and, of course, dancing!

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Boston Ballet Ball

Young Partners of Boston Ballet: The After-Party



Young Partners of Boston Ballet hosts this season's not-to-be-missed black tie after-party, directly following the Boston Ballet Ball, hosted by Jonathan Soroff and Sam Mazzarelli with Tonya and Ben Mezrich. Mark your calendars for a night of drinks, desserts and the exclusive opportunity to dance and mingle with Boston's most talented dancers, the company members themselves.

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Young Partners Party

Behind-the-Scenes with Alison Basford,
Corps de Ballet



Alison Basford joined Boston Ballet this past season. Learn more about her as she talks about Jewels, Balanchine, and her favorite ballets.

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Alison Basford in Emeralds

Other Dance Performances This Week:
The Boston Conservatory Dance Theater



The Boston Conservatory Dance Theater performs a Spring Dance Concert

February 19-21 (Thursday-Saturday) 8pm
February 22 (Sunday) 2pm


The Boston Conservatory Theater
31 Hemenway Street, Boston, MA 02215

Tickets: $22 general admissions, $12 seniors and $7 students.
Box office: 617.912.9222

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Boston Conservatory Graduation Ball
Header image: Rubies, Lorna Feijóo and Pavel Gurevich by John Deane. From top to bottom: Miami City Ballet in Diamonds, choreography by George Balanchine ©The George Balanchine Trust, photo by Joe Gato; Tamara King & Jonathan Hamel-Sellman by Sabi Varga ©Varga Images; Logo design for The Boston Ballet Ball by Kristin Carr; Photo from The Dream Ball 2008, photo by Eric Antoniou; Alison Basford in Emeralds by George Balanchine (c) The Geroge Balanchine Trust. By Stephen Fuhs; Graduation Ball photo by Peter Foley.

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