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VenueTheatre Royal
Other spaces: The Studio
CountyNorth Yorkshire
From28th May 2010
To29th May 2010
When19:30. Sat Mat 14:30
PricesFrom £10.00. To £20.00.
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Birmingham Royal Ballet

Birmingham Royal BalletT01189547760
Company Birmingham Royal Ballet

Archive :: production:T01189547760, dance or ballet:S0697032789, venue:V954

Allegri diversi/Grosse Fuge/The Centre and its Opposite

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 Harry 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.


Music Rossini (Allegri diversi)
Choreographer David Bintley (CBE - Allegri diversi)
Design Terry Bartlett (Allegri diversi)
Lighting John B. Read (Allegri diversi)
Music Beethoven (Grosse Fuge)
Choreographer Hans van Manen (Grosse Fuge)
Other Mea Venema (staged - Grosse Fuge)
Design Jean-Paul Vroom (Grosse Fuge)
Costume Hans van Manen (Grosse Fuge)
Lighting Jan Hofstra (Grosse Fuge)
Music Huey Benjamin (The Centre and its Opposite)
Music Huey Benjamin (The Centre and its Opposite)
Choreographer Garry Stewart (The Centre and its Opposite)
Costume Georg Meyer-Weil (The Centre and its Opposite)
Lighting Michael Mannion (The Centre and its Opposite)

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