Robert Joffrey

Sunday, March 10, 1985

Bob Sherman talks to Robert Joffrey about the dance company he started. They talk about upcoming performances, including Jamboree by Gerald Arpino which was commissioned by the City of San Antonio and Hexameron by Philip Jerry. We hear excerpts of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet and Philip Jerry's Hexameron.

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