Imagine it is summer. You are looking at the majestic peaks of the Colorado Rockies. A flute is playing a slow, melancholy melody. If you were a choreographer, what kind of ballet would you imagine? Possibly, one like Air. This captivating solo moves along with the lightness of air, yet remains grounded in serene sparseness. Like a sketch, it hints at certain things - but the completion is left to the imagination of the viewer.
Choreography: Miro Magloire
Duration: 6 min.
Music: Toru Takemitsu, Air for Flute
World Premiere: August 28th, 2004
Original Cast: Elizabeth Brown
Photo by: Lionel Magloire