gala performance

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gala performance

nGalavorstellung f, → Festvorstellung f
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gala performance

nserata di gala
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Debienne and Poligny, the managers of the Opera, were giving a last gala performance to mark their retirement.
The Evelyn Cisneros era at the San Francisco Ballet ended with a gala performance on May 9, 1999, and no dancer could have had fewer artistic reasons to retire.
TO celebrate her gala performance at Warwick Arts Centre on Tuesday, March 4, we are offering a fantastic opportunity to one of our readers and a partner to win top-price seats to An Evening with Lesley Garrett - worth pounds 36 each - a signed programme, a bottle of champagne and the opportunity to meet Lesley after the concert.
They were spotted at a Vanity Fair gala performance of Dr Faustus starring Jude Law and continued their dalliance at the after show party.
At a gala performance November 25, 2003, celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary, the LABAN/ BARTENIEFF INSTITUTE OF MOVEMENT STUDIES (LIMS) honored MARTHA DAVIS and MARTHA C.
The Queen was patron of the theatre at the time and watched a royal gala performance of Henry V.
The girls, competing in Ireland's most famous beauty pageant, were seen on RTE last night in a gala performance hosted by star Marty Whelan.
Recently at a gala performance in New York, I saw Romaniau-bom Alina Cojocaru and Danish-born Johan Kobborg dance the Black Swan pas de deux.
The Agatha Christie whodunnit has been wowing audiences since November 25 1952, and a gala performance was staged at St Martin's Theatre yesterday.
The concert, at London's Royal Festival Hall on November 12, was originally planned as a charity gala performance to which the princess had been invited.
Also new was a cheerful burlesque duet (think Tudor's 1938 Gala Performance and then downscale the quality), Le Grand Pas de Deux (1999), choreographed by Stuttgart's Christian Spuck and set to Gioacchino Rossini's Overture to the Thieving Magpie.
Oddsocks will be giving a special gala performance of Wuthering Heights at the Bridge House Theatre in Warwick on Monday.