Children from three to six -- roughly -- will learn about Terpsichore
, a little girl who dreams about becoming a ballet dancer.
They will be performing Terpsichore
Glory, the 31st annual show of the Christine Anderson Theatre Group, the result of 16 months of practice and rehearsals.
in Balanchine's Apollo was an almost bel canto display, musically huge but tonally sensitive, full of rises and waves and rippling finishes ("Balanchine would have loved her" said the writer Holly Brubach after Part's brilliant Saturday matinee).
Ditters made a name for himself with his 12 programmatic sinfonias based on Ovids Metamorphoses and in Pichl's output we also find a cycle of sinfonias with the names of Greek muses: Terpsichore
, Euterpe, Uranie, Clio, Melpomene, Calliope, Thalia and Polyhymnia (cca 1764-1769).
She seemed to be steadily climbing the professional ladder, but in the heel of it Terpsichore
The photo sequence is followed by a musical score for terpsichore
Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents ``Late Night at LACMA,'' featuring a special after-hours costume ball that celebrates the opening of the special exhibition, ``Renoir to Matisse: The Eye of Duncan Phillips,'' as well as ``Spooky Sci-Fi,'' a live audiovisual extravaganza presented by the Terpsichore
Group, 8 to 11 p.
The etymology is from the Latin form of the Greek Terpsichore
, muse of dancing and dramatic chorus.
The Italian dancer and choreographer Carlo Blasis instructs his students in his manual The Code of Terpsichore
(1830) to move their bodies with less impulse, more modification, and less grandeur and elevation than stage dancers, suggesting that it is the performance of the ideal by the lower ranks of professional dancers that operates as the modified ideal for aristocratic modeling.
The street names are also an adventure in pronunciation - even if you're familiar with how to say Calliope, Terpsichore
and Polyminia in Greek, prepare to be baffled as the stressed syllables are randomly mixed up.
Two big, ecstatic classics, Lunapark and Toccata (both 2001), were on view along with some interesting recent developments like Terpsichore
(2000-2001), whose surface pattern of animal skulls and lace doilies in flesh and butter tones suggested "some Warholian society-portrait-cum-vanitas," as my-husband-the-writer Brooks Adams not so succinctly put it.
For classes in your area, contact the British Dance Council, Terpsichore
House, 240 Merton Road, London SW19 1EQ, enclosing an SAE.