(287) Composers & Choreographers with Ming Luke, Principal Guest Conductor for the San Francisco Ballet

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Today we are happy to welcome back Principal Guest Conductor for the San Francisco Ballet, Ming Luke. We had a fascinating conversation with Ming back in September 2020 in episode 203, where we dive into his background and career as a conductor. Ming has a wealth of knowledge in music and dance history, as he has a background in dance himself, and has conducted for ballet all around the world. In light of the 50th anniversary of the Stravinsky Festival, we have Ming on to talk about the relationship between composers and choreographers, dating back to Tchaikovsky and Petipa, through to present day collaborations.

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Photo: George Balanchine and Igor Stravinsky in a rehearsal studio at New York City Ballet during the creation of Agon in 1957. Martha Swope

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