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Matthew Neenan


The French Connection: Pennsylvania Ballet’s New Season Draws Inspiration from France

When planning the Pennsylvania Ballet’s upcoming season, Artistic Director Roy Kaiser didn’t intend for most of the Company’s programs to have ties to France. But after stepping back, he realized that French choreographers created two of the ballets, and two other ballets are set in the French countryside. 

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American Composers Forum and Dance/USA Host Panel on Composers and Choreographers Collaborating

The concept of dance is likely as old as humankind and music roughly as aged. The two have been intertwined since their conception. As consciousness came to both forms, so arose the roles of composer and choreographer. 

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Pennsylvania Ballet's Program II Feature Matthew Neenan and George Balanchine

The Pennsylvania Ballet’s Program II is an exciting one that likely introduced most ballet-goers to new repertoire. It included George Balanchine's Four Temperaments.

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BalletX: A Fall to Remember


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