New Moves returns this season with a twist: all original works filmed in beautifully iconic Kansas City locations. Each free 20-minute episode includes bonus features including interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and more. Click here for full schedule.
Watch the full episode of James Kirby Roger’s Songs Without Words on this page (scroll down) from Thursday, February 25 through August 22. It will also be available to stream by Facebook and Vimeo.
About KC Ballet’s New Moves: Episode 2
Songs Without Words
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Meet Choreographer James Kirby Rogers
James Kirby Rogers is a native of San Francisco, California. Mr. Rogers joined Kansas City Ballet in 2015 making his choreographic debut in 2016. Subsequently he has created numerous works for both the company and school. As a dancer Mr. Rogers has performed several leading roles including; Siegfried in Swan Lake, Armande in Lady of the Camellias, and Tybolt in Romeo and Juliet. In 2020 Mr. Rogers started the dance initiative ‘Creative Intersections’ with the aim of bringing together local Kansas City choreographers. Mr. Rogers is very excited to see the mediums of dance and video come together and challenge each other in this Kansas City Ballet program.
Meet the Dancers
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Kansas City Ballet is an American Guild of Musical Artists Company.
The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) is the labor union that represents artists from numerous disciplines that create America’s operatic, dance, and choral heritage.
This production is presented in cooperation with the American Guild of Musical Artists. Donations are gratefully accepted on behalf of the AGMA Relief Fund.