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October 20, 1991

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Washington Ballet to perform at Goucher

The Washington Ballet in Baltimore launches its 1991-'92 season with repertory performances Friday and Saturday nights at 8 in Goucher College's Kraushaar Auditorium. Featured will be the Baltimore premiere of Monica Levy's "Overstepping" and the pas de deux from Anthony Tudor's "The Leaves are Fading." The revivals of Vincente Nebrada's "A Handel Celebration" and Choo-San Goh's "Unknown Territory" will also be presented. Tickets are $22 and may be charged by calling 225-3131. The Towson State University Jazz Ensemble, under the--direction of internationally acclaimed director Hank Levy, will perform in concert Thursday ay 8:15 p.m. in the Fine Arts Concert Hall, located on Osler Drive.

A native Baltimorean, Mr. Levy has led the TSU ensemble to victory in virtually every major collegiate jazz competition. His international reputation comes from the composing, arranging, conducting and recording he has done for such jazz luminaries as Stan Kenton and Don Ellis.

Tickets are $4 general admission; $3 for senior citizens, TSU faculty, staff and alumni, and non-TSU students; $2 for Towson State students. For more information, call 830-ARTS. Cirque du Soleil, the celebrated French-Canadian circus known for its sparkling theatrics, opens in a 2,500-seat tent on the Washington Mall (adjacent to the Air and Space Museum) Friday at 8 p.m. Seventeen performances, scheduled through Nov. 7, will feature 39 artists from the around the world, including a quartet of contortionists from Montreal, a chair-balancing act from the Soviet Union, the acclaimed Flying Fools trapeze act from France and Soviet aerialist Dimitri Arnoutov.

Tickets range from $6.50 to $23.50 for children 12 and under and $13 to $35.50 for adults. For show times and other information, call 481-6000.

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