• the uplifting opening piece, “Magnificat;”. • “Veni, Veni Emmanuel,” a stately dance for seven women that builds from simple walking into beautiful and intricate patterns;. • “Ave Maria,” a solo set to music by Schubert and featuring the stunning Erin Yarbrough. A new creation by choreographer Robert Dekkers, “The Bells,” is a wonderful addition to the classical lineup. Set to the traditional song “The Carol of the Bells,” the piece demands speed, precision and extraordinary energy from its cast of three men and three women. The structure of the dance loosely follows the structure of the song, with the dancers moving between harmony, canon and unison.
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