- Fri, Feb. 14
- Sat, Feb. 15
- Sun, Feb. 16
The Long Center is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit dedicated to broadening the appreciation and enhancing the enjoyment of the cultural arts.
Ballet Austin presents The Glass Project, February 14-16 at the Long Center.
First came The Bach Project. Then, The Mozart Project.
Now, the hauntingly beautiful music of modern master Philip Glass inspires the third work in Stephen Mills’ composer-centered series. This new production promises a full evening of compelling, provocative choreography shaped by Mills’ innovative approach to movement.
“Many people have described Philip Glass’ music as ‘minimalist’. Mr. Glass trained in harmony and counterpoint with famed teacher Nadia Boulanger, and because he studied the work of composers such as Schubert, Bach, and Mozart, I consider him a “Classicist.” If art is a reflection of the time in which it is created, I believe Mr. Glass sees a rhythmic, pulsating, anxious and hopeful world.” – Stephen Mills
- Choreography by Stephen Mills, music by J.S. Bach and Philip Glass
- Live Accompaniment
- Audio description by VSA Texas available for the Feb 14 performance.
Footlights – The Glass Project
Just an hour before each production, join us in the theater for a look at the final preparations for this magical production. See the last-minute workings of dancers and production crew as you learn about the history, music, and artists involved in the production. Free for ticket holders (all performances Feb 14 – 16, 2014). Learn more.
Call the Ballet Austin box office at 512.476.2163 for more information on any of these Season Ticket options.