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In 1988, Twyla Tharp Dance merged with American Ballet Theatre, since which time ABT has held the world premieres of sixteen of Tharp's works.
Tharp has since choreographed dances for: Paris Opera Ballet, The Royal Ballet, New York City Ballet, Boston Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Miami City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance and Martha Graham Dance Company.
Tharp has a son and a grandson.
Centre's Norton Center for the Arts has hosted performers such as violinist Itzhak Perlman, dancers Mikhail Baryshnikov and Twyla Tharp, the Boston Pops, the New York Philharmonic, Henry Mancini, jazz vocalists Pearl Bailey and Sarah Vaughn, the Orchestre de Paris with Daniel Barenboim, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Beach Boys, Willie Nelson, Travis Tritt, LeAnn Rimes, Lyle Lovett, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, crooner Tony Bennett, The Chieftains, Three Dog Night, David Copperfield, Dolly Parton, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ben Folds, They Might Be Giants, and musicals such as Rent, Titanic, Annie Get Your Gun, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Hairspray, My Fair Lady and Ain't Misbehavin ' featuring Ruben Studdard.
Choreographers she has worked with include Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jiri Kylian, Dana Reitz, Jerome Robbins, Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Dan Wagoner and Shen Wei.
He has appeared as soloist with numerous orchestras and ensembles, including the Oregon Symphony, the Seattle Symphony, the Portland Youth Philharmonic, Chamber Music Northwest, the Choral Arts Ensemble of Portland and Oregon Ballet Theatre ( where he collaborated with choreographer James Canfield and visual artists Storm Tharp and Malia Jensen on a ballet based on the original story of Bambi, written by Felix Salten in 1923 ).

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Reason, Norwich, Ridgewood, Scioto Darby, and Washington ), two sixth-grade schools ( Station and Tharp ), three middle schools ( Heritage, Weaver, and Memorial ), and three high schools ( Darby, Davidson, and Bradley ) in the district.
Having lost three straight elections for governor, the minority Democratic Party found a candidate of their own from down state in Tharp.

Tharp and early
Tharp allowed his cattle to graze the meadow, but at the same time had a respect for the grandeur of the forest and led early battles against logging in the area.

Tharp and Push
* Baryshnikov by Tharp / Push Comes to Shove 10 / 5 / 84
Tharp choreographed Push Comes To Shove for ABT and Baryshnikov in 1976 ; in 1986 she created In The Upper Room for her own company.

Tharp and 1992
A list of past honorary degree recipients, include: Beverly Sills ( 1975 ), Roy Lichtenstein ( 1977 ), Twyla Tharp ( 1978 ), Gordon Davidson ( 1980 ) Haskell Wexler ( 1981 ) Mischa Schneider ( 1981 ), Bella Lewitzky ( 1981 ), Henry Mancini ( 1983 ), Jan de Gaetani ( 1983 ), Ravi Shankar ( 1985 ), John Cage ( 1986 ), Frank O. Gehry ( 1987 ), Trisha Brown ( 1988 ), Donn B. Tatum ( 1989 ), Luis Valdez ( 1989 ), Paul Taylor ( 1989 ), Ornette Coleman ( 1990 ), Beatrice Manley ( 1990 ), Lulu May Von Hagen ( 1990 ), Ustad Ali Akbar Khan ( 1991 ), Pearl Primus ( 1991 ), Adrian Piper ( 1992 ), Ray Bradbury ( 1992 ), Yvonne Rainer ( 1993 ), Steven Bochco ( 1993 ), Stan Brakhage ( 1994 ), Vija Celmins ( 1994 ), Betye Saar ( 1995 ), Carolyn Forche ( 1995 ), Laurie Anderson ( 1996 ), Elvin Jones ( 1996 ), Chantal Akerman ( 1997 ), Lee Breuer ( 1998 ), Ed Ruscha ( 1999 ), Bill Viola ( 2000 ), Steve Reich ( 2000 ), Ry Cooder ( 2001 ), Faith Hubley ( 2001 ), Bruce Nauman ( 2001 ), Alice Coltrane ( 2002 ), Roy E. Disney ( 2003 ), Anna Halprin ( 2003 ), Carolee Schneemann ( 2003 ), Christian Wolff ( 2004 ), Daniel Nagrin ( 2004 ), James Newton ( 2005 ), Harrison Buzz Price ( 2005 ), Julius Shulman ( 2005 ), Rudy VanderLans ( 2006 ), Rudy Perez ( 2006 ), Alonzo King ( 2007 ), Harry Belafonte ( 2008 ), Herbert Blau ( 2008 ), Terry Riley ( 2008 ), Elizabeth LeCompte ( 2009 ), Morton Subotnick ( 2009 ), William M. Lowman ( 2010 ), Trimpin ( 2010 ), Annette Bening ( 2011 ), Donald McKayle ( 2011 ), and Peter Sellars ( 2012 ).
* D. T. Tharp, Signs and Wonders in the Twentieth Century Evangelical Church: Corinth Revisited ( Ashland, Ohio: Ashland Theological Seminary, 1992 ).

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His main goal in leaving the Soviet Union was to work with these innovators ; in the first two years after his defection, he danced for no fewer than 13 different choreographers, including Jerome Robbins, Glen Tetley, Alvin Ailey, and Twyla Tharp.
He co-starred with Gregory Hines and Isabella Rossellini in the 1985 film, White Nights, choreographed by Twyla Tharp ; and he was featured in the 1987 film, Dancers.
Current and former faculty include Charles Tharp, former SVP of HR at Bristol-Myers Squibb and Saks ; Kevin Hallock, board member for WorldatWork ; Francine D. Blau ( also ILR alumna ), first female recipient of the IZA Prize ; and the 4th U. S. Secretary of Labor, Frances Perkins -- the first female U. S. Cabinet member, the longest-serving ( 12 years ) Secretary of Labor, witness to the Triangle Factory fire, and champion of both the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Social Security Act.
Since opening, artists that have appeared on NJPAC's stages include the Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Yo-Yo Ma, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Diana Krall, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Twyla Tharp Dance, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Israel Philharmonic, Nancy Wilson and Ramsey Lewis, Royal Danish Ballet, Hilary Hahn, Bill T. Jones, Itzhak Perlman, Sting, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Elvis Costello, the National Song & Dance Company of Mozambique, the Afro-Cuban All-Stars, Audra McDonald, the Buena Vista Social Club, The Chieftains, Dulce Pontes, Alice Coltrane, Salt-N-Pepa, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Christine Ebersole, Jennifer Hudson, Herbie Hancock, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Garrison Keillor, Maurizio Pollini, Gewandhaus Orchestra, Balé Folclorico da Bahia, Peter, Paul & Mary, Savion Glover, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Art Garfunkel, Kodo Drummers, Kirov Orchestra, Martha Graham Dance, Johnny Mathis, New Edition, Angelique Kidjo, Renee Fleming, and Evgeny Kissin.

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Tharp collaborated with film directors Milos Forman on Hair ( 1978 ), Ragtime ( 1980 ) and Amadeus ( 1984 ); Taylor Hackford on White Nights ( 1985 ) and James Brooks on I'll Do Anything ( 1994 ).

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Tharp, a " devoted bookworm ," admits that this schedule left little time for a social life.
In 1973, Tharp choreographed Deuce Coupe to the music of The Beach Boys for the Joffrey Ballet.
* Emmy Awards for Baryshnikov by Tharp choreography and co-direction, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
* Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement for Baryshnikov by Tharp
In 1981, Byrne partnered with choreographer Twyla Tharp, scoring music he wrote that appeared on his album, The Catherine Wheel for a ballet with the same name, prominently featuring unusual rhythms and lyrics.
The Loyalist-Patriot conflict in Darien is the setting for the novel Tory Hole, the first book by children's author Louise Hall Tharp.
** Greg Tharp ( video producer ), Joseph Kahn ( video director ) & Eminem for " Without Me "
** The Catherine Wheel ( album ), a recording of David Byrne's musical score commissioned by Twyla Tharp for her dance project of the same name
Consequently, Tim Rice recommended him for the lead role in the Billy Joel / Twyla Tharp musical Movin ' Out in America.
For example, paramedic Teresa Tharp, from Sussex County Delaware was an NOC agent for several years, working to infiltrate the poultry industry on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Her leading roles in the classics included Odette / Odile in Swan Lake, Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty and Kitri in Don Quixote, and she created roles for Ashley Page, David Bintley, Michael Corder, Emma Diamond, Wayne McGregor, Glen Tetley and Twyla Tharp.
* Ballets created on Corella by today's choreographers: For 4 by Christopher Wheeldon, Non Troppo by Mark Morris, The Pied Piper by David Parsons, HereAfter by Natalie Weir & Stanton Welch, Meadow by Lar Lubovitch, Baroque Game by Robert Hill, Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra by Robert Hill, Known by Heart by Twyla Tharp, Getting Closer by John Neumeier, Sin and Tonic by James Kudelka, and both Clear and We Got it Good by choreographer Stanton Welch.
The Mexican-American War began shortly before Tharp took office, and it was a war he and most Delawareans questioned the need for.

Tharp and Life
* The Life & Times of Laddio Bolocko ( 2003, No Quarter Records )( featuring the Super 8 film " As if by Remote " by Aran Tharp )

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*“ New Works Twyla Tharp in Washington: Red, White & Blues 9 / 13 / 94
* 2008 — Morgan Freeman, George Jones, Barbra Streisand, Twyla Tharp, and Pete Townshend & Roger Daltrey
Modern dance choreographers and companies including José Limón, Pearl Lang, Bella Lewitzky, Sophie Maslow, Alwin Nikolais, Merce Cunningham, Ruth Currier, Erick Hawkins, Paul Taylor, Alvin Ailey, Twyla Tharp, Eiko & Koma, Seán Curran, Maguy Marin, Pilobolus and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker have all given performances there.

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* Brahms / Handel ( ballet ), choreography by Tharp and Jerome Robbins 6 / 7 / 84
Seven of Delaware's governors have come from Milford: Daniel Rogers ( who served 1797-99 ), Joseph Haslet ( 1811 – 14 ), William Tharp ( 1847 – 1851 ), Peter F. Causey ( 1855 – 59 ), William Burton ( 1859 – 63 ), William T. Watson ( 1895 – 97 ), and Ruth Ann Minner ( 2001 – 09 ).

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Tharp was inducted into the Academy of Achievement in 1993.
As reflected by the sources below, the debate over the Signs and Wonders movement and the present-day function of the manifestation gifts would continue on into the 1990s: D. T. Tharp ’ s Signs and Wonders in the Twentieth Century Evangelical Church: Corinth Revisited, J.
Stretton brought new works into the company's repertoire from a range of choreographers including Twyla Tharp.

Tharp and Korean
Boston Ballet embarked on its first tour to Seoul, Korea in the summer of 2008 presenting a range of works by George Balanchine, Twyla Tharp and Christopher Wheeldon, never before seen by Korean audiences.

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