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An Evening of Music and Dance 2015
Coppélia
First Steps: a child's Coppelia
Moving Stateside
North tour spring 2015
Serenade / Carmina burana
South tour spring 2015
Sylvia
The King Dances / Carmina burana

South-West tour spring 2011



Allegri diversi | Coppélia: Act I excerpts | The Dream: pas de deux | The Sleeping Beauty: Grand pas de deux | La Fille mal gardée: Flute Dance | La Fille mal gardée: Fanny Elssler pas de deux | La Fille mal gardée: Clog Dance

There are no performances listed for South-West tour spring 2011

This breathtaking programme presents a work from Birmingham Royal Ballet’s awardwinning Director, alongside thrilling excerpts from some of the worldfamous classics with which Birmingham Royal Ballet has made its name.

ALLEGRI DIVERSI
Full of quivering jumps and turns, dance phrases that freeze into glitteringly unpredictable poses, and speeds that reach apparently impossible highs, Allegri diversi is a sparklingly energetic classical ballet to Rossini’s bubbly score. David Bintley’s choreography will leave you breathless.

BITESIZED BALLET
Three of the best bits from the Company’s current repertory: Titania and Oberon’s romantic pas de deux from Frederick Ashton’s The Dream, an excerpt from Act I of one of the great 19th-century comedies, Petipa and Delibes’ Coppélia, and the stunning, virtuoso grand pas de deux and solos from the greatest of all classical ballets, Petipa and Tchaikovsky’s The Sleeping Beauty.

LA FILLE MAL GARDÉE
Frederick Ashton’s famous country comedy tells the tale of the love between Lise and Colas, and Lise’s efforts to thwart her overlypossesive mother’s plan to marry her off to a rich, unattractive vineyard owner! Featuring comedy, drama and beautiful virtuoso dancing, these excerpts will give you a taste of the whole ballet, including the flute dance, Fanny Elsler pas de deux and the famous clog dance.

Credits


Allegri diversi


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

La Fille mal gardée: Fanny Elssler pas de deux


Music Ferdinand Hérold
Choreography Frederick Ashton
Scenario Jean Dauberval

The Dream: pas de deux


Choreography Frederick Ashton
Music Felix Mendelssohn

The Sleeping Beauty: Grand pas de deux


Choreography Peter Wright
Production Peter Wright
Music Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Choreography Marius Petipa
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