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An unprecedented festival of contemporary choreography opens the Season, allowing audiences to see multiple combinations of work. Many of these ballets will be created, at The Royal Ballet's invitation, by a group of internationally acclaimed choreographers. Siobhan Davies well known for her work with Second Stride, Rambert Dance Company and her own ensemble of dancers, will create the opening piece, her first work for the Company. The celebration closes with a new work by Ashley Page, whose sensuous, powerhouse style is already familiar to Royal Ballet audiences from such works as Fearful Symmetries and Cheating, Lying, Stealing. Andrea Quinn, Music Director of The Royal Ballet, conducts. A Stranger's Tast World Premiere, Hidden Variables World Premiere. Short works by international choreographers

Performers Peter Martins.
Company Royal Ballet. Choreographer Siobhan Davies. Choreographer Ashley Page. Choreographer Maurice Bejart. Choreographer William Forsythe. Choreographer John Neumeier. Choreographer Glen Tetley. Choreographer Twyla Tharp. Choreographer David Bintley. Choreographer Nacho Duato. Choreographer James Kudelka. Music Tobias Hume. Music Sainte-Colombe. Music Marin Marais. Music John Cage. Music Colin Matthews. Design David Buckland. Design Antony McDonald. Costume David Buckland. Costume Sasha Keir. Lighting Peter Mumford. Conductor Andrea Quinn.

A Celebration of International Choreography

A Celebration of International Choreography (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T03935038. Details of all A Celebration of International Choreography archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1327420383

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8 Dec 99
29 Jan 00
Royal Opera House
West End
Greater London

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