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North tour spring 2015
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North-East tour spring 2008



Concerto barocco | Twilight | Take Five

There are no performances listed for North-East tour spring 2008

Performing an innovative programme of ballets from across the world, Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia present a perfect introduction to classical dance. Pioneering Dutch choreographer Hans van Manen's volatile and sexy Twilight, is balanced by the understated and classical Concerto barocco from American-Russian George Balanchine, and Birmingham's own David Bintley's most recent creation, the punchy jazz ballet, Take Five.

Performance length


Approx 1 hours and 42 minutes

Credits


Concerto barocco


Music Johann Sebastian Bach
Choreography George Balanchine ( The George Balanchine Trust)
Lighting Peter Teigen

Take Five


Music Dave Brubeck
Choreography David Bintley
Designs Jean-Marc Puissant
Lighting Peter Mumford

Twilight


Music John Cage
Choreography Hans van Manen
Staged by Rachel Beaujean
Designs Jean-Paul Vroom
Lighting Jan Hofstra
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