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|Named Person:||Duke Ellington; Robert La Fosse; Susan Stroman; Garth Fagan; Peter Martins; William Ivey Long; Wynton Marsalis|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joan Quatrano; Robert La Fosse; Susan Stroman; Garth Fagan
|Notes:||Transcription of a seminar held June 21, 2000, at the New York State Theater, moderated by Joan Quatrano, with the choreographers who created Duke!: Robert La Fosse (Rockin' in rhythm), Susan Stroman (Blossom got kissed), and Garth Fagan (Ellington elation). Participants discuss the Ellington project's origin with Peter Martins of the New York City Ballet, choosing and working with New York City Ballet dancers, the choreographers' choices of Duke Ellington music, the costumes by William Ivey Long, the collaboration with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis, and the choreographers' backgrounds and current plans. Includes questions from the audience.|
- New York City Ballet.
- Ellington, Duke, -- 1899-1974.
- La Fosse, Robert.
- Stroman, Susan.
- Fagan, Garth.
- Martins, Peter.
- Long, William Ivey.
- Marsalis, Wynton, -- 1961-
- Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.
- Rockin' in rhythm (Choreographic work : La Fosse)
- Blossom got kissed (Choreographic work : Stroman)
- Ellington elation (Choreographic work : Fagan)
- Panel discussions.