GO: Noche Flamenca, plus protocol

My friend and fellow blogger Terry Teachout thinks I’m a fool not to post my Newsday articles here. I don’t want this blog to turn into a clearinghouse for work elsewhere, but given that the scantness of Foot posts by me often has to do with the other work I’m entangled in, I thought I’d post some reviews–eventually as a sidebar, as soon as I can figure that out.
Here’s a review of some great flamenco in the East Village.
Here’s a review of Christopher Wheeldon’s “The Nightingale and the Rose” for the New York City Ballet. I had mixed feelings about the Wheeldon ballet, but Balanchine’s hyper-Romantic “Davidsbundlertanze,” on the same bill, makes up the difference. To Schumann piano pieces, the intimate dance is appropriately wonderful and strange.

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