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10 April 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Feeling the beat of Charanga Cubana!

“Charanga” is a form of popular Cuban dance music that was made famous in dance halls during the 1940’s. The movement has its origins in French and Haitian culture mixing with Cuba’s “son” music. Perhaps the most quintessential charanga orchestra is the “Orquesta Aragón.” The “Orquestra” was founded in 1939 and was world renowned by […]

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11 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

The Dancer from Seville: An Inside Look at Israel Galván and “La Curva!”

He has been praised as the “Nijinsky of Flamenco.” He has also been cited as both a “rebel” and a “maverick.” Whatever he is, one thing is for sure, Israel Galván is the most exciting name on the contemporary Flamenco scene. From Spain to Austrailia, dance enthusiasts are buzzing about a new strong hold in […]

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23 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

“Lend Me a Tenor!” An Interview with Paul Appleby

This Sunday, January 26th, our VOCE AT PACE series will continue. This time, we are honored to welcome Paul Appleby. Mr. Appleby is quickly emerging as one of opera’s most inspiring tenors. Just this fall, he debuted the MET’s production of Two Boys to critical acclaim. He was very kind to answer some of my questions […]

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09 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Happy 2014!

The ball dropped over a week ago and many of us have already broken our New Years resolutions but there is one promise for this 2014 that has not and will not be broken. Pace Presents will continue to bring a stellar line up of performances to the Schimmel stage. We are very excited about […]

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09 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Gelsey Kirkland Ballet and Michael Chernov’s Production of the Nutcracker: March to Opening Night- Episode 2

Its all about the costumes!!!! Sit back and enjoy my interview with wardrobe mistress, Jennifer, who gives us a special behind the scenes preview of the exquisite costumes in this magical retelling of, “The Nutcracker!”

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