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Through Medler, Dorrance had many opportunities to learn directly from tap innovators and legends whose careers stretched back to the 1920s and 30s, including Maceo Anderson, Cholly Atkins, Peg Leg Bates, Bunny Briggs, the Nicholas Brothers, and later masters like Gregory Hines and Savion Glover, Dorrance absorbed the tradition directly from the source, not just the moves but the deeper culture, “why we dance the way we dance,” she says, “Gene Medler did not have to go outside of Chapel Hill, but he sought out the innovators, He went to these early tap festivals and ballet flats pointed toe really built the sense of a tap family in our local community, We were so lucky and incredibly blessed to have these relationships.”..

This festival was assembled as a 100th anniversary celebration of “The Rite,” which premiered in Paris in 1913 and incited a riot, we’re told. The piece doesn’t shock as it did then. But it still thrills and exhilarates. This performance surely did. Especially in its second half, “The Sacrifice,” the orchestra evoked dark drenching mists, or steam escaping from a valve; ominous. In the closing moments, the percussionists played to murderous effect. Whoa, Stravinsky.

MILWAUKEE — The structure of the NCAA could look very different by this time next year as members try to resolve the growing disparity between big-money schools and smaller institutions, What won’t change, however, is the amateur status of ballet flats pointed toe the players who make college athletics a billion-dollar business, “One thing that sets the fundamental tone is there’s very few members and, virtually no university president, that thinks it’s a good idea to convert student-athletes into paid employees, Literally into professionals,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said Monday at Marquette University, “Then you have something very different from collegiate athletics, One of the guiding principles (of the NCAA) has been that this is about students who play sports.”..

Read all about it — jazz at a library: A suave and authoritatively swinging jazz singer with a burnished-bronze baritone, Jamie Davis spent several years on the road with the Count Basie Orchestra. With his appealing sound and gracious stage presence, he’s an apt candidate to restart San Ramon’s Jazz at the Library series, which went on hiatus for two years during the Montgomery Street branch’s remodel. A Bay Area resident heard too infrequently on local stages, Davis brings a veteran quartet of authoritatively soulful improvisers featuring pianist Glen Pearson, bassist Jeff Chambers, drummer Larry Vann, and saxophonist Richard Howell. Details: 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23;  San Ramon Library, $25; 925-973-3343,— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent.


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