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Robinson Ballet Studio Series II May 19th 2012
By Julie Lisnet
May 13, 2012 - 4:05:32 AM

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Wish you could see your favorite Robinson Ballet pieces again? The Studio Series is your chance. The bi-annual Studio Series will draw from Robinson Ballet's 34 years of choreography to recreate two one-hour long evening performances.

From Robinson Ballet Live 2012 photo by Eric Sirois

Audience members should expect to see some of their RBC favorites return from recent pieces and vintage choreography.

Performed in the Union Street Brick Church, Studio Series II will be a place for the audience to mingle and converse while enjoying complimentary desserts and coffee before and after the performance. Seating is limited so reserve your tickets early. Tables for 8 can be reserved as well.

From Robinson Ballet Live 2012 photo by Eric Sirois

Saturday, May 19, 2012 at 7PM Union Street Brick Church, on the corner of Union and Main, Bangor, ME

Tickets are $15.00 Call 990-3140 for reservation or visit our website and pay online through Paypal at Robinson Ballet . org


Fall in love with one of Maine's most despised insect - the mosquito - in Stevie Dunham's SWAT. Watch dancers dart, buzz, and torment an unsuspecting victim on a summer afternoon until a full blown war between man and bug ignites. Set to the music of Piazzolla and Mozart, SWAT might just change your mind about these flying pests.

"Baroque Suite"

The "Baroque Suite was first performed by the Robinson Ballet in May of 2001, accompanied by the Los Angeles Brass Quintet. It is a romantic style ballet choreographed for three soloists and a corps de ballet by Maureen Lynch. The piece is set to Vivaldi's Concerto for Two Trumpets and Bach's Goldberg Variation 30 and Aria.

From Carmina Burana photo by Eric Sirois

Julie Lisnet-Managing Director
Robinson Ballet
P.O. Box 1885
Bangor, ME 04402-1885
(207) 990-3140 (Voice Mail Only)

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