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Birmingham Royal Ballet returns with two contrasting programmes. Quantum Leaps features Stanton Welchâs Powder, danced to Mozartâs popular clarinet concerto. The Centre and its Opposite is a new work from contemporary choreographer Garry Stewart, Artistic Director of Australian Dance Theatre, set to a powerful electronic soundscape. Programme one is completed with Birmingham Royal Ballet Director David Bintleyâs E=mcÂ² which has a specially commissioned score by Matthew Hindson, and explores Einsteinâs âSpecial Theory of Relativityâ. Birmingham Royal Ballet - Quantum Leaps - Powder/The Centre and its Opposite/E=mc2 website
.Performers Elisha Willis, Nao Sakuma, Gaylene Cummerfield, Carol-Anne Millar, Ambra Vallo, Natasha Oughtred, Chi Cao, Robert Parker, Matthew Lawrence, Cesar Morales, Jamie Bond.
Company Birmingham Royal Ballet. Choreographer Stanton Welch (Powder). Music Mozart (Powder). Choreographer Gary Stewart (The Centre and its Opposite). Choreographer David Bintley (E=mc2). Music Matthew Hindson (E=mc2).
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