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"Petrichor," his newest, formed the dazzling centerpiece.
"Excursions," accompanied by Samuel Barber's piano composition of the same name, was as geometric as "Petrichor" was soft - the dancers walked around a square on the stage, and the movement vocabulary was minimalistic.
"Petrichor," set to Heitor Villa-Lobos's String Quartet No. 2, first shown on tour in the fall, fares better.
Reuters Choreographer Mark Morris, seated, oversees a rehearsal of his work 'Petrichor.'
Amy has found work as a billboard model for Petrichor perfume - in a lovely nod to The Doctor's Wife.
Petrichor is a bit of a clunky name for a perfume, I wonder how that go through the market research stages.