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'Dark Elegies' shines brightest for Ballet

Romi Beppu (right), Roman Rykine, and other Boston Ballet dancers rehearse Balanchine's 'Concerto Barocco.' Romi Beppu (right), Roman Rykine, and other Boston Ballet dancers rehearse Balanchine's "Concerto Barocco." (Josh reynolds for the boston globe)
By Karen Campbell
Globe Correspondent / May 16, 2008

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Boston Ballet's "Three Masterpieces" program, which opened last night at the Wang Theatre, begins and ends with two radically different 20th-century classics: George Balanchine's elegantly formal "Concerto Barocco" and Twyla Tharp's exuberant, rowdy "In the Upper Room." (Full article: 594 words)

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