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San Francisco’s internationally lauded LINES ballet is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a collaboration between LINES artistic director and choreographer Alonzo King, and acclaimed double bassist and composer, Edgar Meyer. Forum talks with King and Meyer about modern ballet, the rewards and perils of artistic collaboration and the current season of LINES.

Guests:
Alonzo King, choreographer and artistic director for LINES Ballet
Edgar Meyer, double bassist and composer who composed the music for the current LINES Ballet program

  • andrea

    I am marry to a bass player who is a also a composer, he is constantly looking for different ways to bring the bass to shine in his compositions, it’s is such a beautiful and unknown instrument. I have always admire Alonzo’s work, cant’s wait to go see this season

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