‘Three Reflections’ by Louisville Ballet @ Kentucky Center

Feb. 26-27

Kentucky Center
501 W. Main St.
584-7777
www.louisvilleballet.org
$25-$75; 8 p.m. (plus 2 p.m. matinee on Feb. 27)

I’m one of those good ol’ Celtic mutts you find around here, so I’m eagerly awaiting the chance to see Louisville Ballet’s “Celts.” One of the ballets in “Three Reflections,” it combines music and dance to create what the Ballet describes as Lila York’s “own effervescent ode to Ireland.” The program also includes a world premiere ballet by Amy Seiwert. Dance Magazine included Seiwert on its “25 to Watch” in 2005. So now it’s our turn to get to “watch” her choreography set to Mozart’s “Symphony No. 25.”

The third part of “Three Reflections” is the return of “Cold Virtues” by Adam Hougland. Danced to Phillip Glass’ “Concerto for Violin & Orchestra,” this was Hougland’s first commissioned work for the Ballet. —Jo Anne Triplett

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