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“You can’t do something like this without live music,” Rasika adds. “The creative process includes the music, not just the dance. When I started choreographing, I was putting dance to the music bloch ballet shoes ad. But 80 percent of creating a piece from scratch is the collaboration with musicians and how it all comes together. As choreographers we are setting the structure for everything, then she (the composer) creates what goes on top of that structure.”. Thanks to a National Endowment for the Arts grant, Abhinaya will stage “Stories of Justice” in at the Asian Cultural Center in Oakland in February and at the San Francisco International Arts Festival in May..
Coming of age in London in the 1960s and ‘70s, Graham Lustig was only vaguely acquainted with the unsettling, defiantly personal art of Frida Kahlo. Part of his education upon moving to the United States was getting to know the iconic imagery created by the Mexican painter, whose paintings were still little known when she died in 1954 at the age of 47. Now smitten with her work, he’s drawing inspiration from her canvases for a new dance that premieres as part of Oakland Ballet’s annual Day of the Dead production, “Luna Mexicana,” which plays twice at Oakland’s Paramount Theatre Nov. 2-3, and reprises Sunday, Nov. 4 at Fresno’s William Saroyan Theater bloch ballet shoes ad.
Created by Lustig in collaboration with Martín Romero, artistic director of Ballet Folklórico México Danza, “Viva la Vida!” celebrates Kahlo’s life and singular vision. “As a young man, I knew her face and image from buttons and T-shirts and cards,” Lustig said. “But only in the last 20 years did I discover what an amazing individual she was and the very forthright way she lived bloch ballet shoes ad. She seemed to be a whole century in front of everyone else. Her introspection is so intriguing.”. “Viva la Vida!” transforms Kahlo’s lacerating self-examination into kinetic interaction, while also drawing on her love of animals and of the bright, floral garb of Guadalajara. Interviewed while still in the midst of creating the ballet, Lustig was in the trial and error phase of dancemaking, seeking to translate “ideas stuck up in my head” into movement..
“I plan to do a duet that would give the illusion of standing in a large frame based on her famous wedding portrait with Diego Rivera,” he said. “She did so many portraits with her beloved animals, and I have another dance scene where she finds solace in the animal kingdom, a slightly more surreal element.”. Uninterested in making a biographical ballet, Lustig wants to evoke telling details from her life, like the copy of Walt Whitman verse that she kept by her bed bloch ballet shoes ad. He also plans to reference her devotion to left wing politics via a Communist Party rally, a scene made possible by working with Ballet Folklórico México Danza. The Hayward-based company provides a greatly expanded cast for “Viva la Vida!” while offering Oakland Ballet dancers opportunities to learn new techniques..
“The Paramount is a large venue, seating about three thousand, and I have a company of 11 until we do ‘The Nutcracker,’” Lustig says. “The idea of being able to grow to 27, covering the stage with energy and gaiety, is so exciting.”. Paired with “Viva la Vida!” in the second half is the titular “Luna Mexicana,” a piece by Lustig for a cast of five female and five male dancers featuring colorful costumes, dramatic makeup and a mix of folkloric and modern Mexican music. The story pays tribute to Día de los Muertos, as a young woman celebrates with departed loved ones who dance back to life as teetering skeletons, skirt-swishing ladies, an athletic “deer dancer” and a bride-and-groom duet bloch ballet shoes ad.