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Septet by Douglas Lee

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Published on Apr 23, 2012

As a former principal dancer with Stuttgart Ballet, Douglas Lee made his choreographic debut in February 1999 for the Stuttgart-based Noverre Society's "Young Choreographers", upon which he was commissioned to create a new work for the Stuttgart Ballet. Since then, he has worked with many international ballet companies including the Norwegian Nation Ballet, Royal Ballet of Flanders, New York City Ballet and Perm Opera Ballet Theater. Lee's works received three Golden Mask Award nominations and he has twice been invited to the New York Choreographic Institute.
Through his consistent collaboration with the Stuttgart dancers, Lee has developed a distinct choreographic voice, which is characterized by stunning sculptural images created by the use of exquisite and complex partnering and a masterful use of the classical vocabulary. Highly aesthetic, each work is a carefully composed fusion of dance, light and space.

"Every year I receive more than 100 DVD's from choreographers from all over the world," Angelini said. "Some of them are good yet others manage to capture your mind and heart. That's what happened in November of 2010 when I received a demo DVD from Douglas. I was very interested to see his work as Douglas is one of the resident choreographers of the Stuttgart Ballet, one of the top companies in the world. Stuttgart Ballet has a longstanding tradition of discovering and promoting the growth of some of the top choreographers in the world, a policy that started under the leadership of John Cranko and continues today with Reid Anderson, the company's current artistic director. The DVD didn't disappoint. Douglas' work was enchanting, his vocabulary attractive and his musicality appealing. He has created a fascinating work for Tulsa Ballet, one that will capture the imagination of our audience."

Lee's work for Creations in K is titled Septet - a ballet for seven dancers on a theme of submission.

Performances run from April 27 - May 6. For tickets, please call (918) 749-6006 or visit us online at www.tulsaballet.org.

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