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November 21, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Life & Culture

Ithaca Ballet returns with eclectic WinterDance 2015

From left, senior dancer Alison Ke and soloist Keara Soloway take the stage during the routine “Tiny Bubbles.” From top, guest artist Lotsie Cash is lifted by guest artist Henoch Spinola during their routine, “Behold.” Soloist Keara Soloway takes the stage during "Tiny Bubbles," one of seven routines performed Feb. 28 during WinterDance 2015. From left, senior dancer Alison Ke and soloist Keara 
Soloway take the stage during the routine “Tiny Bubbles.” From left, guest alumnus Trenton Loughlin joins 
soloist Keara Soloway during the routine “Bolero.” Guest artist Lotsie Cash balances on the feet of guest artist Henoch Spinola during “Behold,” which the two choreographed themselves. Several dancers make an arch during the performance of the routine “1931,” a new ballet that is accompanied by the music of Igor Stravinski. Dancers fill the stage during the performance of “Tilyou’s Revenge,” choreographed by Larry Brantley. This was one of seven productions that were performed during WinterDance 2015 and was accompanied by a musical collage, rather than music from one specific artist or composer. From left, soloist Ayla Naghsh, senior dancer Claire Derry, soloist Keara Soloway and senior dancer Edie Guo perform “Tiny Bubbles” during Ithaca Ballet’s WinterDance 2015. This performance breaks the dance group’s four-year haitus.
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Dancers fill the stage during the performance of “Tilyou’s Revenge,” choreographed by Larry Brantley. This was one of seven productions that were performed during WinterDance 2015 and was accompanied by a musical collage, rather than music from one specific artist or composer.