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Orlando Ballet

In a year’s excellence of swivels for Orlando Ballet artistic director Robert Hill. On official opening of The Robert Hill Collection. This period o time might be the various dramatic one so far. The Collection sees Hill, 60, take the stage again. As long as a performer after a nearly 20-year absence. The hearkening back to his previous creative life. The one as a principal dancer for companies. By ranging from the Royal Ballet.

Taking it straight to the American Ballet Theatre. Only for two long weekends value of shows. Throughout those shows. The Orlando Ballet’s dancers revisit and re-create some of Hill’s most memorable performances. Not just dance but choreography aswell. Robert Hill greatest-hits tour. Lastly, the Hill himself steps into the spotlight. To at last to close the show. Performing a solo piece by his friend and choreographer Jessica Lang. The famous one is known as Calling.

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Orlando Ballet Centre

The Robert Hill Collection is also the Ballet’s inaugural show. In their home base of Harriett’s Orlando Ballet Centre. Alongside, it lauds both space’s intimacy. Yet there is no front curtain. When people are walking into their seats. The disasters are warming up on stage. Then he chuckles. The safety in terms of the ability to space the audience. Local news reached the  Hill after the first shows. They had found him tired but upbeat.

To eagerly anticipating Round 2 on the following weekend. He was questioned about his feeling about the show. Expressing that he was pretty exhausted. But yet he was feeling good about the run of the first weekend. Overall, the audience response has been very great. The people are even coming back for a second look. Just because they really enjoyed so much what they saw.

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Orlando Ballet Show

Which was the selection process. The process for choosing the other pieces. In order for them to be performed in this show. This was considered to be like a sampler box of chocolates. The Artist who made it. He had a really fortunate, very long career. By not forgetting that a very diverse repertoire. One that ranged from Swan Lake and Don Quixote. In order to contemporary choreographies. All this made by Twyla Tharp and Mark Morris.

Then, after retiring as a dancer. The author started doing choreography. Then created a lot of different pieces. Doing that all in  Orlando over the 12 years that he has been the director. So there was a wide variety of repertoire to select from. So it does go from contemporary into a classical solo. Back into contemporary and it closes with me doing the solo. It seems to have a nice beginning and a nice journey and a nice end.

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