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Mozartiana

Nao Sakuma and Chi Cao; photo: Bill Cooper

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Mozartiana

What's it about?
George Balanchine’s Mozartiana is a sparkling piece of pure classical dance to similarly effervescent music from the great ballet composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Created in 1981 towards the end of Balanchine’s career, this is clearly the work of a master of his art, who truly deserves the accolade 'father of American ballet'.

Not to be missed. Why?
The first chance to see this ballet in Birmingham for over a decade.

Performance length


Approx 0 hours and 25 minutes

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Credits


Music Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Choreography George Balanchine
Costumes Rouben Ter-Artunian


World premiere


New York City Ballet, 4 June 1981, New York State Theatre

First performance by Birmingham Royal Ballet


2 May 1996, Birmingham Hippodrome

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