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Dance review: Joffrey Ballet exhibits its unfailing expertise

Victoria Jaiani and Miguel Blanco of The Joffrey Ballet in “Son of Chamber Symphony.” (Taylor Crichton/Jacob’s Pillow Dance)
Victoria Jaiani and Miguel Blanco of The Joffrey Ballet in “Son of Chamber Symphony.” (Taylor Crichton/Jacob’s Pillow Dance)
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It’s been nearly 50 years since Joffrey Ballet last performed at Jacob’s Pillow. And after seeing them on the main stage this week, one has to wonder what took so long. For one thing, Pillow founder Ted Shawn considered the Chicago company’s founder, Robert Joffrey, to be one of his “protégés.” Moreover, this is a wonderful ensemble. The dancers perform an array of contemporary ballets that showcase their talents beautifully. The works and the dancers ...


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