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Performance Details

June 6-15, 2008

Toronto, Canada

Luminato Festival

MacMillan Theatre

Program

PROGRAM A: June 6-8 (3 shows)
Mozart Dances

PROGRAM B: June 10-11 (2 shows)
All Fours
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Violet Cavern

PROGRAM C: June 14-15 (2 shows)
New Love Song Waltzes
Love Song Waltzes
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Grand Duo

Mozart Dances:
Canadian Opera Company Orchestra
Jane Glover, conductor
Ursula Oppens, piano
Amy Dissanayake, piano

Violet Cavern:
with special guest The Bad Plus

All other programs featuring the Mark Morris Dance Group Music Ensemble

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"For me the whole thing - all three dances, all nine movements - was magical." -New York Times on Mozart Dances

ALSO AT LUMINATO:

HIDDEN SOUL OF HARMONY: MARK MORRIS' L'ALLEGRO, IL PENSEROSO ED IL MODERATO
A photography exhibition featuring works by Stephanie Berger and Susana Millman
Four Seasons Hotel - Toronto
Avenue Restaurant
21 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario
June 6-14, 2008 VIEW EXHIBIT ONLINE

MMDG FILMS, part of Luminato's Illuminations Series
Falling Down Stairs and Dido and Aeneas (Double Feature)
Director Barbara Willis Sweete talks with dancer Joe Bowie, both answer questions from the audience during 20-minute Q/A intermission
Monday, June 9, 2008
7PM, National Film Board (visit Luminato website for details)
FREE FILM DETAILS ONLINE

FAMILY DANCE WORKSHOPS for families and interested members of the Toronto Public Library. More information about this and all the TPL Luminato events (including dates and locations) can be found at the Toronto Public Library's Luminato at the Library page.

OTHER MMDG-related activities include master classes, a Dance for PD introductory session, one-on-one with Mark Morris, and more. call 718.624.8400 for further information.

Luminato, Toronto's new festival of arts and creativity, announces a rare Toronto appearance by the Mark Morris Dance Group. "Morris is considered the most exciting American choreographer around, and for anyone who loves contemporary dance this is an unmissable opportunity to catch up with a troupe that has been absent from this town for far too long," said the Toronto Star. The festival offers a range of innovative work in theatre, dance, music and the visual arts.


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