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South-West tour spring 2008



Dante Sonata | Small Worlds | Elite Syncopations

There are no performances listed for South-West tour spring 2008

Unmissable entertainment from Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Royal Ballet Sinfonia. Three ballets spanning the last 70 years of British creativity, with works from two of the outstanding British choreographers of the last century, the company's founder choreographer Frederick Ashton and his successor Kenneth MacMillan, and a new ballet from Company dancer Kit Holder. A great opportunity to witness the skill and versatility of a vibrant company.

Performance length


Approx 1 hours and 53 minutes

Credits


Dante Sonata


Music Franz Liszt
Choreography Frederick Ashton
Design Sophie Fedorovitch
Lighting Mark Jonathan

Elite Syncopations


Music Scott Joplin
Choreography Kenneth MacMillan
Design Ian Spurling
Lighting John B. Read

Small Worlds


Music Igor Stravinsky
Choreography Kit Holder
Designs Helen Fownes-Davies
Lighting Peter Teigen
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