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AIR DATE: March 18, 2010

The Nevada Ballet Theatre promises a full range of dance and that includes new interpretations of modern music as well as 19th century ballet. Next weekend the company is presenting "Brave New World" - a program of three new ballets. We talk with choreographer Gail Gilbert about her new treatment of Igor Stravinsky's "Song of the Nightingale" and Artistic Director James Canfield's "Cyclical Night," inspired by the music of the tango.

Guests:
James Canfield, Artistic Dir, Nevada Ballet Theatre
Gail Gilbert, Choreographer, "The Song of the Nightingale"

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