Three years ago, the Carolina Ballet premiered artistic director Robert Weiss’ ballet “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons” to sold-out audiences and now, it’s back. The company will reprise this ode to nature and its seasons, set to the violin concertos by the great Italian Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, on March 9 to 26 in the A.J. Fletcher Theater, with both evening and matinee shows.
Three years ago, the Carolina Ballet premiered artistic director Robert Weiss’ ballet “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons” to sold-out audiences and now, it’s back. The company will reprise this ode to nature and its seasons, set to the violin concertos by the great Italian Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, on March 9 to 26 in the A.J. Fletcher Theater, with both evening and matinee shows. Armes Photography
Three years ago, the Carolina Ballet premiered artistic director Robert Weiss’ ballet “Vivaldi’s Four Seasons” to sold-out audiences and now, it’s back. The company will reprise this ode to nature and its seasons, set to the violin concertos by the great Italian Baroque composer, Antonio Vivaldi, on March 9 to 26 in the A.J. Fletcher Theater, with both evening and matinee shows. Armes Photography

6 Triangle performances to see in March

March 02, 2017 03:41 PM

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