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Carolina Ballet opens season with Balanchine program 

Carolina Ballet opened its 16th season last weekend with a program featuring the most influential ballet choreographer of the 20th century, George Balanchine. Born in imperial Russia in 1904, Balanchine came to America in the 1930s, founded the still pre-eminent New York…

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