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  • At this point, I happily thought of George Balanchine's entrancing "Dance of the Blessed Spirits" from his ballet "Chaconne," set to Christophe Willibald Gluck's music.

    All Wet

  • For Lock's latest piece, New Work, he looks back to two seminal baroque operas – Purcell's Dido And Aeneas, and Gluck's Orpheus And Eurydice – melding together his own take on these tragic love stories.

    This week's new theatre and dance

  • The debt sale, arranged by brokers Doug Harmon and Adam Spies at Eastdil Secured, takes one of Mr. Gluck's problems off of the table, but others remain.

    Landlord Strikes Deal With Vornado

  • Vornado, one of the country's largest retail and office building owners, struck a deal with Mr. Gluck's Stellar Management to recapitalize the property, buying at a discount $185 million in junior debt, the people said.

    Landlord Strikes Deal With Vornado

  • He remembered a production of Gluck's "Orph é e," with dance scenes by Ms. Turocy based on the 1776 choreography by Jean-Georges Noverre.

    Stepping Through History

  • The American soprano, who takes the title role in Gluck's "Iphigenie" this May, returns a few months later to open the season as "Tosca" in a David Kneuss production from the Dallas Opera.

    Washington National Opera announces 2011-12 season

  • Telling the story of the trials of Agamemnon's family in the aftermath of the Trojan war and of Iphigenia's own suffering, Bausch goes to the heart of Greek drama and to Gluck's score in movement of spare but resonantly lyrical beauty.

    This week's new dance

  • At the core is an evolving line from Gluck's Iphigénie of 1779 to Berlioz's Dido of 1858, culminating in Elizabeth from Verdi's Don Carlos 1867, where the superb open, pure brass and wind of Les talens lyriques under Christophe Rousset make one yearn for this whole opera on old instruments.

    Véronique Gens: Tragédiennes 3: Les héroïnes romantiques – review

  • Mr. Gluck's group was able to pile debt on the property once it was out of Mitchell Lama, planning to boost rents.

    Deal Gives Firm Breathing Room

  • There are fleeting, elegantly integrated musical references from other operas: a snippet from Gluck's "Orfeo"; a phrase from the Queen of the Night.

    Passion and Precision

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