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“I thought, ‘How can I make this more of a sensual journey?’ Part of the journey was to make it personal for each dancer. Also to each audience member. That goes to another big theme in my choreography, which is, ‘How do I transcend that fourth wall?’ How can I go through it, so audience members perhaps can breathe a sigh, when the dancer does, or go as far as to feel the idea of touch.”. The program’s third ballet is Moultrie’s “Jazzin’.” Fushille says, “That was a bit of serendipity. We had hoped to do Michael’s Elton John ballet. But we were not able to secure the rights to use that music, at this time. So I had to quickly change plans. I had been in touch with Darrell for several years. I knew ‘Jazzin” could really complement this program womens yoga shoes uk online.

“Darrell’s work feels really Smuin-esque, because Michael had such an affinity for jazz music and a little bit more of the showmanship and entertainment factors. It’s really a fun piece for the dancers, and I think it’s going to be really engaging with the audience.”. Moultrie’s work uses the music of Wynton Marsalis, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn and Andy Razaf. He says of mixing jazz and ballet, “They totally complement each other. It’s a great fit.” womens yoga shoes uk online.

And a good fit for Smuin womens yoga shoes uk online. Moultrie says, “Michael’s work had a great sense of theatricality to it, and this sense of having a strong connection to people, through music and through his vision. ‘Jazzin” is one of those types of ballets that speaks to a similar voice and a similar idea about what we want from dancers and what we want to give to dancers. “Working on the artistry has been challenging for some of the dancers, transferring energy to audiences in a genuine way. It’s easy to dance in a place of darkness or sorrow. When there is a piece that involves joy, it’s hard for some dancers to express it on stage without feeling cheesy or fake. So we’re always talking about actual things in their lives that genuinely make them smile, so they can try to transfer that through the dance and then to the audience, so people can feel their authentic vibrance.”..

Both Moultrie and Pickett want dancers to bring their own creativity to the works. Moultrie says, “I love them to have freedom when it comes to their interpretation of roles. Smuin works together as a family. There’s synergy in the room.”. Adds Pickett, “Art stops living, when it becomes something fixed.”. Smuin Ballet provides a nurturing atmosphere for dancers womens yoga shoes uk online. Fushille says, “We have a unique working environment in the studio. Some of my dancers that have recently come from other companies have talked to me about some of the fairly abusive environments in which had previously worked. But I learned from Michael that, if you give respect, you get that in return, and it’s a much more productive environment. He said, ‘No one works harder than the dancers.’ He respected the staff and production crew. But he had the most respect and appreciation for the dancers. I look for choreographers who can bring that spirit into the studio..

“Here, dancers can stretch their limits and feel comfortable doing that. The dancers are willing and excited about testing their own limits. The audience can’t help but appreciate that, that the dancers are giving it their all and stretching, artistically, athletically and technically. I’ve seen such growth in the company over the last six years.”. Fushille is excited about the new program. “With this variety of pieces, it’s really a spring bouquet that we’re presenting. Both Helen and Darrell are strong choreographers, with a unique voice, each of them. They come to the dance from different perspectives. Helen’s a little more classical. But her European influence has this different exploration of movement. Darrell studied classical dance, but also Limón and Martha Graham. So he brings a different vocabulary to it womens yoga shoes uk online. He also has experience on Broadway. So with that also in Michael Smuin’s veins, it’s fun to see his understanding of the timing and the composition of the work. It’s reminding me a lot of Michael. It’s suited the company quite well.”..

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