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Lyon Opera Ballet Performs 'Tricodex'

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Lyon Opera Ballet Performs 'Tricodex'

Lyon Opera Ballet Brings Philippe Decoufle's 'Tricodex' to America As Part of Dazzling Repertoire

The Associated Press

NEW YORK April 19 ? Trisha Brown, Maguy Marin, Ohad Naharin pick a name, any name. Odds are that the choreographer has spent time with the Lyon Opera Ballet. Under the guidance of longtime artistic director Yorgos Loukos, the French company has built a repertoire that dazzles with its depth and variety. On its current North American tour, which ends this week at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the company samples works by William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian and Philippe Decoufle.

Loukos' latest catch is "Tricodex." Decoufle's first ballet for a company other than his own, "Tricodex" is the third dance inspired by Luigi Serafini's "Codex Serafinius: A Visual Encyclopedia of an Imaginary Universe."

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