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First Steps: a child's Coppelia
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North tour spring 2015
Serenade / Carmina burana
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Sylvia
The King Dances / Carmina burana

North-East tour summer 2010



Allegri diversi | Grosse Fuge | The Centre and its Opposite

There are no performances listed for North-East tour summer 2010

Allegri diversi, by Company Director David Bintley, gives life to Rossini's light and playful score with effortless elegance. Grosse Fuge, by Hans van Manen, sees delicate interplay between groups of men and women to the music of Beethoven.

Finally Garry Stewart's The Centre and its Opposite sees dancers directly competing for the attention of theaudience, in a stylish and dynamic piece fusing classical ballet with hard-edged contemporary dance. Set to a rhythmically powerful electronic soundscape, this piece wowed audiences on the Southern leg of this tour last year. Be sure to secure your tickets and see it for yourself.

Credits


Allegri diversi


Music Gioacchino Rossini
Choreography David Bintley
Design Terry Bartlett
Lighting Peter Teigen

Grosse Fuge


Music Ludwig van Beethoven
Choreographer Hans van Manen
Sets Jean-Paul Vroom
Costumes Hans van Manen
Lighting Jan Hofstra

The Centre and its Opposite


Music Huey Benjamin
Choreography Garry Stewart
Costumes Georg Meyer-Weil
Lighting Michael Mannion
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