Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
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DTT offers the perfect post-valentine celebration with “East Meets West,” a diverse and eclectic line-up of some of the most celebrated Asian choreographers in the world. Offering their take on a predominantly Western Art form (ballet), the evening will feature romantic duets, forceful statements, and indigenous vignettes. Included in the program is Hazel Gower’s “Green”, the former Ballet Memphis Choreographer’s ode to Mother Nature; Two lovers exploration on themselves and each other in “Romance” from Manuel Molina, formerly of Ballet Caracas. Ballet Philippines’ Alden Lugnasin has “Flippers,” a wacky and eccentric take on synchronized swimming in the city. Anchoring the evening is “Vinta (Sailboat),” Ballet Philippines’ Gener Caringal will transport us to South East Asia with its glorious water and majestic sailboats. Performances are on February 22 and 23, 2014 at Father Ryan Auditorium