San Diego Ballet Presents THE MANY LOVES OF DON JUAN This Weekend

The San Diego Ballet Company (SDB), under the leadership of co-directors Robin Sherertz-Morgan and Javier Velasco, will present The Many Loves of Don Juan this weekend, February 21 & 23, 2014 at the Lyceum Theatre, Horton Plaza, San Diego. The sultry, sensuous rhythms and melodies of Spain come together for this timeless parable of love and destiny directed and choreographed by award-winning artistic director, Javier Velasco, and featuring Maxim Tchernychev, formerly of the Bolshoi Ballet.

"Romantic... assured... expressive... seductive. Velasco mixes things up with the skill of a master chef... making it taste divine." - San Diego Union-Tribune

Javier Velasco has been hailed by the San Diego Union-Tribune as "San Diego's answer to Jerome Robbins" and was listed among people to watch in the art and theater scene by San Diego Magazine. He has supplied dances for productions at the La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe and has a long-standing relationship with the San Diego Repertory Theatre, where he has directed and choreographed productions of Hairspray, A Christmas Carol, Cabaret and Suds, and many others. He currently serves as artistic director of the San Diego Ballet having created over 80 original pieces for the company since its inception.

San Diego Ballet is a 24-year-old organization dedicated to bringing the finest quality dance productions to San Diego. Our Studios are located at Dance Place San Diego 2650 Truxtun Road, at the NTC Promenade in Point Loma.

For further information, call (619) 294-7378 e-mail sandiegoballet@aol.com, or visit our website at www.sandiegoballet.org.

Members of the San Diego Ballet: Matt Carney, Steffi Carter, Kaitlyn Freiling, Megan Giroir, Reka Gyuli, Alexus Hill, Joe Hochschild, Susan Holzapfel, Brittane Hughes, Tiffany Koepke, Peter Kurta, Zoe Marinello-Kohn, RuBen Martinez, Camille McPherson, Arielle Meads, Leah Nepomunceno, Megan Nicotera, Sharmaine Perea, Rachel Sebastian, Brianna Stewart, Noriko Zaragoza




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