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“It’s a beautiful expression of the range the company is capable of,” says Glenn Edgerton, Hubbard Street’s artistic director since 2009. “Every program we’re bringing in something new. We’re always trying to reach out to emerging choreographers and give them a platform. I like to think we’re curating a library of some of the era’s great choreography.” bloch pointe shoes european balance uk sale. The Hubbard Street library has acquired works by some of the buzziest choreographers around, like 24-year-old Canadian phenomenon Emma Portner. Something of a dance-making prodigy, she was building an avid following on social media when Justin Bieber tapped her to choreographer and star in the 2015 video for his song “Life is Worth Living.”..

As part of Saturday night’s Program B, Hubbard Street presents the Bay Area premiere of excerpts from the company’s commission for Portner (“ For All Its Fury”) and her frequent collaborator Teddy Forance ( “Everything Must Go”), which both feature a score by in-demand songwriter, producer and musician Blood Orange (aka Dev Hynes) performed live by Third Coast Percussion bloch pointe shoes european balance uk sale. Hubbard Street brought the Grammy Award-winning new music ensemble into the mix, which turned out to be an ideal vehicle for the dense and coruscating music of Hynes, who’s worked with Portner since she was 17. While her collaboration with the company was disrupted in the fall when she was sidelined by a serious medical issue, she sings Hubbard Street’s praises..

“You just won’t find a more open, kind, and generous group of artists out there,” Portner writes in email. “Eighty percent of the piece was a result of experimenting with the dancers in studio, and 20 percent was a result of my pre-dreaming. I got really ill mid process and the company handled all of the choreographic curve balls so gracefully.” bloch pointe shoes european balance uk sale. Edgerton started hearing Portner’s name mentioned a few years ago and decided to check out her work. “I got this great sense from her,” he says. “She was obviously very talented. She’s got a unique movement quality you don’t see every day. In five years, everybody is going to be pulling on Emma to make work.”..

Or maybe they’ll come calling this year bloch pointe shoes european balance uk sale. She originated the choreography for the Manchester Opera House’s “Bat Out of Hell: The Musical,” a hit production in Europe and Canada (based on the quintuple platinum 1977 Meat Loaf album with songs by Jim Steinman) that might well end up on Broadway in 2019. She’s working on a commission for the New York City Ballet and two other prestigious ballet companies, developing her own music, and making her way into the world of film, “seeing how my movement knowledge can translate into acting,” she writes..

Portner is just the latest in a long line of young choreographers championed by the company. Program A on Jan. 18 and 20 highlights Hubbard Street’s success at nurturing budding talent, with Alejandro Cerrudo’s “Lickety-Split” (set to songs by Devendra Banhart) bloch pointe shoes european balance uk sale. The company’s resident choreographer spent several years as a Hubbard Street dancer and it’s “the first piece he ever did for Hubbard, a duet he created in a workshop setting,” Edgerton says. “We asked him to expand on that duet and it turned out to be an 18-minute piece that’s really endearing and has a sense of camaraderie.”..

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