March 19, 2003 – The Reichhold Center for the Arts and Seaborne Airlines are offering package deals to people on St. Croix and in Puerto Rico interested in traveling to St. Thomas for the March 29 performance of the Koresh Dance Company, whose members include Crucian Alexander E. Simon.
The packages include air travel aboard Seaborne seaplanes, concert tickets in Zone A or B at the Reichhold Center, hotel accommodations, and land travel from the St. Thomas seaplane center to the hotel and from the hotel to the Reichhold Center for the performance and back.
For accommodations, participants may choose among the Renaissance Grand Beach Resort, Palms Court Harborview Hotel, Island Beachcomber Hotel, Best Western Carib Beach Resort and Bella Vista Scott Hotel. Packages vary by choice of accommodations.
The packages also include a discount on tickets. Zone A is the covered seating; Zone B is the lower level of the open-air section.
The Koresh Dance Company, based in Philadelphia, has won critical acclaim for its powerful stage presence and eloquence in a contemporary style encompassing jazz, modern, ballet and ethnic dance forms.
One of the eight members of the company who will perform at the Reichhold Center is Simon, a native Virgin Islander from St. Croix. Simon, who performed in and choreographed musical productions on St. Croix, studied with the Joffrey Ballet and Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico. He joined the Koresh company three years ago.
Founder, artistic director and choreographer Ronen Koresh and dancers of the company also will conduct a master class at the Reichhold Center on March 28.
To obtain more information on packages, including special group rates; to book a package by charge card; and to register for the master class, call the Reichhold Center box office at 693-1559.
Tickets to the performance only may be ordered online at the Reichhold Center Web site. They are priced at $35 in the covered section and $25 and $15 in the open-air seating.
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