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tion-and-answer sessions with
dancers and master classes.
'We take about 12 ballets on
tour," he said. "How many we
do in a city depends on how long
we are staying. At the Music
Hall, we'll probably do eight or
"We plan our ballets for the
year with the culmination be-
ing our New York season,
where we'll dance 16 or 18 bal-
lets. We add to our repertory as
the year goes on."
With two new ballets just re-
cently completed, Mr. Feld is
taking a creative break.
"It is the music that stimu-
lates some inchoate imperative
which a ballet articulates," said
the choreographer about the
way he works. For instance, a
piece by Aaron Copland stirred
memories of going to synagogue
with his Orthodox grandfather,
and he created a ballet based on
the drama of those recollections.
Although he leaves it up to
the audience to discern any
common element that identifies
his works as Feld originals, he
has introduced a unique, no-
curtain approach to each per-
formance, inviting viewers to
watch the warm-ups done be-
fore formal programs begin.
This practice came about af-
ter a flood ruined the curtain at
the Joyce Theatre in New York,
where Feld Ballets/NY presents
its winter seasons and summer
preview seasons. He liked the
effect so much that he contin-
"My ballets reflect the best
and worst of my personality,
even parts that I don't know" he
said. " It's the world of imagi-
nation, the world as I see it or
the hope for a different world."
Mr. Feld's personal world re-
mains insulated. He stays home
to be entertained, watching ca-
ble TV and reading. He finds
rock music more interesting
than American musical theater
compositions, maintaining he
has not listened to show num-
bers for 30 years.
"My goal is to do another bal-
let, to be impelled and possessed
to transcend myself in some
way," said the man who has
brought his works to 40 states
and 13 countries. 0
With The Feld
The director of finance of the
Feld Ballets/NY is Susan
Kirschner, who grew up in Oak
Park and Huntington Woods.
She received her B.A. from the
University of Michigan and a
master's in arts administration
from the University of Wiscon-
Ms. Kirschner began study-
ing dance with Harriet Berg at
age 5, and continued under her