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Atlanta Ballet Presents ‘Modern Choreographic Voices’ March 21-23

2014 March 19


You don’t have to like ballet to love  Modern Choreographic Voices, the annual Atlanta Ballet performance that brings modern dances from world-renowned choreographers.

Forget everything you’ve ever seen or heard about ballet or dance styles that you see on “Dancing With The Stars” cause this is the show that will blow your mind about everything you’ve ever seen regarding dance. It’s contemporary dance from the soul.

Israeli artistic director of the Batsheva Dance Company, Ohad Naharin, is back again this year after last year’s phenomenal performance of his piece “Minus 16.”

Alexei Ratmansky, the current artist in residence at American Ballet Theatre and former artistic director of the legendary Bolshoi Ballet, Atlanta Ballet presents the hypnotic “Seven Sonatas.”

Atlanta Ballet dancer/choreographer Tara Lee presents the world premiere of her piece “The Authors.” In her 18th year with the company, Lee will also dance in “Secus” and “Seven Sonatas.”

Atlanta Ballet’s “Modern Choreographic Voices” opens Friday and runs for four performances at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. Tickets start as low as $20 and are on sale now. To purchase tickets, visit www.atlantaballet.com or call 404-892-3303.

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