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Gerald Arpino's ballet Trinity

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Published on Aug 31, 2009

Choreography by Gerald Arpino
Music by Alan Raph and Lee Holdridge
(Sunday and Saturday by Alan Raph; Summerland by Lee Holdridge)
Lighting Design by Thomas Skelton
World Premiere: The Joffrey Ballet, August 20, 1970, Berkeley, California.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ow6peh...

The late 60s early 70s were an exciting and tempestuous time in 20th century America. While the Vietnam War was raging, Americas youth was uniting through protests and celebrating a new sense of freedom and exhilaration. Created during The Joffrey Ballets residence on the campus of The University of California at Berkeley, it became the most famous of a group of ballets by Gerald Arpino known as The Berkeley Ballets. Trinity is a joyfull tribute to youth, their passions and their rituals. For further information on it and other Arpino or Joffrey ballets, contact The Gerald Arpino Foundation.

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