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WINTER is coming… HEAR what Jesse Manley has been working on

Winter is coming… Wonderbound’s Winter is a magical production right in the heart of Denver, that will tantalize all five senses. Denver Folk/Rock Singer and Songwriter, Jesse Manley will be writing all new, never before heard music for this exciting evening. Now you can be one of the first to HEAR what he has in […]

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In Focus with Eden Lane – 716 Kinky Boots Broadway star Andy Kelso

http://blip.tv/infocustv/in-focus-with-eden-lane-716-kinky-boots-broadway-star-andy-kelso-7097713

Eden Lane visits Wonderbound for the opening of their 2014 season and meets the staff photographer Amanda Tipton during her exhibition in the lobby. Watch the video (the wonderbound section starts at 23:20) at: http://blip.tv/infocustv/in-focus-with-eden-lane-716-kinky-boots-broadway-star-andy-kelso-7097713

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CPR Weekend Arts Roundup

http://www.cpr.org/news/story/weekend-arts-roundup-toast-mexican-photography-love-golden-years-and-more

Wonderbound’s Enduring Grace was mentioned in CPR’s Weekend Arts Roundup. Listen to it here: http://www.cpr.org/news/story/weekend-arts-roundup-toast-mexican-photography-love-golden-years-and-more

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Wonderbound stages dance to strings

http://parkerchronicle.net/stories/Wonderbound-stages-dance-to-strings,170338?

Denver’s Wonderbound dance company will perform artistic director Garrett Ammon’s “Serenade For Strings,” choreographed in 2013 to Tchaikovsky’s work of the same name, at Parker’s PACE Center Oct. 18 and 19. The dancers will be accompanied by musicians from the Colorado Symphony Orchestra. It was the first time a choreographer had set a piece to […]

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Smuin Ballet delivers satisfying fare in its UNTAMED Dance Series

http://bachtrack.com/22/296/view/6261

The publicity photo advertising Smuin Ballet’s “Untamed” Dance Series, which opened Friday at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, says it all. A ballerina in a snowy-white costume, hair tucked in a bun, poses in a technically precise arabesque en pointe, while her shadow has morphed into a wilder thing, head thrown back in abandon, unbound hair flying, hands jazzed out.

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Wonderbound Reveals the Power of Partnership

http://dandizettemagazine.com/wonderbound-reveals-the-power-of-partnership/

Through collaboration with talented and diverse artists, it’s possible to break down the barriers of art and dance. This destruction of walls is what fuels Wonderbound’s Artistic Director Garrett Ammon to create life changing works like “Serenade for Strings,” soon to be premiering in “Enduring Grace,” the company’s season opening production… Read more on the […]

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Wonderbound Reveals the Power of Partnership

http://dandizettemagazine.com/wonderbound-reveals-the-power-of-partnership/

Through collaboration with talented and diverse artists, it’s possible to break down the barriers of art and dance. This destruction of walls is what fuels Wonderbound’s Artistic Director Garrett Ammon to create life changing works like “Serenade for Strings,” soon to be premiering in “Enduring Grace,” the company’s season opening production.

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Review: New take on ‘Serenade’ for Smuin Ballet

http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Review-New-take-on-Serenade-for-Smuin-Ballet-5801808.php

Garrett Ammon must know it takes chutzpah to choreograph Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings in C Major,” the same music George Balanchine used for the first ballet he created in America, in 1934. Balanchine’s “Serenade” isn’t just a classic; it’s a cornerstone of 20th century ballet.

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Indian Summer with Smuin

http://www.danceviewtimes.com/2014/10/indian-summer-with-smuin.html

To tell the truth, it was with some trepidation that I considered Smuin Ballet’s opening program of their new Untamed series. Did I really want to see a work to Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings in C” that nobody, at least as far as I knew, had attempted since Balanchine had put his genius to its service in 1934.

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Smuin Ballet Opens Season with UNTAMED Dance Series Tonight

http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwdance/article/Smuin-Ballet-to-Open-Season-with-UNTAMED-Dance-Series-103-11-20141002

Smuin Ballet will kick off its 21st Season in October at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts Theatre with its Untamed Dance Series. The program features the West Coast premiere of Serenade for Strings by Wonderbound (formerly Ballet Nouveau Colorado) Artistic Director and choreographer Garrett Ammon, set to Tchaikovsky’s breathtaking score.

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ARTrepreneur of the Month–October 2014

http://www.colomusicbuzz.com/artrepreneur-of-the-month-october-2014/

Artistic director and choreographer Garrett Ammon, along with producing director Dawn Fay, created Wonderbound, a new American dance company in the heart of the River North Art District (RiNo). Garrett has created over 50 ballets, is a recipient of the 2013 Denver Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, and is the October 2014 ARTrepreneur of the Month.

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Liberating the Imagination through Dance

http://dandizettemagazine.com/liberating-the-imagination-through-dance/

Fascinated by 20th century surrealism, Wonderbound’s Sarah Tallman has created a ballet that bridges the unconscious and the conscious. The blurred lines between fantasy and reality are expressed through dreamlike choreography.

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Photo Gallery: Sketching at the Speed of Dance

“If you like to study working bodies,” Caster explains, “dancers are great.” The class, now in its second year, is called The Dancer in Motion/ Wonderbound Collaboration and involves 15 students spending five Saturdays at the company’s rehearsal studio. After reviewing technique with Caster, students grab materials and head into the studio. Pencils fly in […]

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A Conversation with Sarah Tallman

http://pseudobookpodcast.com/010/

Sarah Tallman, dancer and choreographer for Wonderbound, sat down for an interview about her new piece prepared for the upcoming production Enduring Grace. Hear about Tallman’s influences and creative process as well as the classical dance roots that underpin Wonderbound’s modern take on dance, collaborative art and performance.

Hosted by Michael Edwards with special guest co-host Meredith Strathmeyer.

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Whatever happens in this space feels like magic

http://www.presentingdenver.org/blog/2014/09/12/whatever-happens-in-this-space-feels-like-magic.aspx

When someone loves her job, you can feel it. When the energy is palpable in a space and magic happens, there is a shared sense. The magnitude of potential available within the walls of Wonderbound simply astounds.

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Memories

Though Wonderbound’s regular season ended in April, things didn’t slow down much as we marched on toward summer. 2014-15 Season Photo Shoot – On May 16, we had the pleasure of spending the day at Junction Box with Kristen Hatgi and Mark Sink. These two remarkable photographers are longtime Wonderbound collaborators and have been shooting […]

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Few Colo. artists highlighted in international arts festivals in Rockies

http://www.cpr.org/news/story/few-colo-artists-highlighted-international-arts-festivals-rockies

Several world-renowned arts festivals have made their homes in Colorado mountain towns, including the Aspen Music and Vail International Dance festivals.

They bring in some of the world’s top performers. But few Colorado artists and companies perform at these events each year.

The last time a major Colorado orchestra performed at the Aspen Music Festival was in 1950.

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Wonderbound Artistic Director Garrett Ammon To Bring Work to National Stage

This October, Garrett Ammon’s “Serenade for Strings” will open in Denver featuring musicians of the Colorado Symphony and premiere on the West Coast with Smuin Ballet. DENVER (July 30, 2014) – Denver’s Wonderbound is gaining national attention this October as Artistic Director Garrett Ammon’s “Serenade for Strings” premieres with San Francisco’s Smuin Ballet. In addition, […]

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Hochman: Peyton Manning flagged for illegal motion

http://www.denverpost.com/hochman/ci_26240489/manning-flagged-illegal-motion

FUNKYTOWN — The dancer had the flamboyance of Carlton Banks on “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” the rhythm of Elaine Benes on “Seinfeld” and the scare-off-women moves of Benjamin Hochman on wedding dance floors.

Peyton Manning’s dance at a recent Broncos practice continues to be the talk of the town and Twitter.

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I’m Not Perfect.

This article was originally published at sarahtallman.com Yup, you read it here first. I was born with the need to be perfect. No comments from the peanut gallery please! It’s the thing that keeps me up late at night, and gets me up early in the morning. It’s what called me to my first ballet […]

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