Pepperland - T592870186A unique tribute to the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles' groundbreaking album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, accompanied live by an unprecedented chamber music ensemble of voice, soprano saxophone, two keyboards, theremin, and percussion. Ethan Iverson's original score intermingles arrangements of the songs Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, With a Little Help From My Friends, A Day in the Life, When I'm Sixty-Four, Within You Without You, and Penny Lane with six Pepper-inspired original pieces intended especially for Morris' profound understanding of classical forms: Allegro, Scherzo, Adagio, and the blues.
|20 Apr 19||Mayflower Theatre, Southampton :: V774|
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|12 Apr 19 to 13 Apr 19||Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935|
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|2 Apr 19 to 3 Apr 19||Alhambra Theatre, Bradford :: V965|
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|29 Mar 19 to 30 Mar 19||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|26 Mar 19 to 27 Mar 19||Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145|
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|20 Mar 19 to 23 Mar 19||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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Two Mixed Bills: Programme A - T66475462Programme A includes The Muir, an evolution of the graceful yet powerful Cease Your Funning, while Socrates features Erik Satie's eponymous score ? a three part drama which continues Mark Morris' commitment to live music in performance. The programme is completed by the new ensemble work Crosswalk. Running time: 1hr 40mins (including one 20min interval)
|27 Nov 13 to 1 Dec 13||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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Two Mixed Bills: Programme B - T383580111The selection for Programme B features the "charming, exhilarating" (New York Observer) Festival Dance, the recently unveiled duet Jenn and Spencer, the piano-accompanied sextet, Excursions, and A Wooden Tree, set to recordings by the Scottish poet Ivor Cutler. Running time: 1hr 40mins (including one 20min interval)
|28 Nov 13 to 30 Nov 13||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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L'Allegr il Penseroso ed Il Moderato - T0956803077When it premiered in 1988 L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato was instantly heralded as a landmark work. The musical landscape includes Handel’s pastoral ode set to the poetry of John Milton. The set design includes inspiration from William Blake’s later watercolours illustrating Milton’s poems. Boasting 24 dancers, ENO’s Orchestra and Chorus, and four vocal soloists, don’t miss “one of the very greatest dances of the late 20th century” (Boston Herald) as it returns to London for the first time in ten years.Music George Frideric Handel. Conductor Jane Glover. Choreographer Mark Morris. Design Adrianne Lobel. Lighting James F Ingalls. Costume Christine Van Loon. Performer Sarah-Jane Brandon. Performer Elizabeth Watts. Performer Mark Padmore. Performer Andrew Foster-Williams.
|22 Apr 10 to 24 Apr 10||Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145|
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|14 Apr 10 to 17 Apr 10||London Coliseum, West End :: V376|
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|12 Mar 10||Civic Hall, Wolverhampton :: V01294560265|
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Excursions/Going Away Party/Bedtime/Grand Duo - T740459591
|10 Nov 09 to 11 Nov 09||Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935|
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Programme One - Bedtime/Empire Garden - T01802107402Celebrated throughout the world, Mark Morris has become a benchmark of creativity for a generation of dancers, choreographers and audiences. Here the master of American contemporary dance presents two programmes showcasing brand new choreographies alongside classic works from the company’s repertoire. Programme one features Bedtime, set to music by Franz Schubert, as well as the UK premiere of Empire Garden, which features 15 dancers from the Mark Morris Dance Group and is set to a score by Charles Ives for strings and pianoChoreographer Mark Morris. Music Schubert (Bedtime). Music Charles Ives (Empire Gardens).
|27 Oct 09 to 31 Oct 09||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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Programme Two - Visitation/Going Away Party/Excursions/Grand Duo - T0720532347The UK premiere of Visitation opens programme two, with nine dancers performing to Beethoven's Sonata no. 4 in C major. The evening is completed by the jubilant Going Away Party, set to the American Western swing music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; plus Excursions which is underscored by Samuel Barber's Excursions for the Piano and the critically acclaimed Grand Duo, set to music by Lou Harrison. Part of a UK tour.Choreographer Mark Morris. Music Beethoven (Visitation). Music Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys (Going Away Party). Music Samuel Barber (Excurions for the Piano). Music Lou Harrison (Grand Duo).
|28 Oct 09 to 30 Oct 09||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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Romeo and Juliet/On Motifs of Shakespeare - T2032194514Following the outstanding success of Mozart Dances which was co-commissioned by the Barbican for bite07, bite presents the European premiere of Romeo and Juliet, On Motifs of Shakespeare by Mark Morris Dance Group. This production, with new choreography by Mark Morris, is based on Sergei Prokofiev's original music and Soviet dramatist Sergei Radlov’s original story concept in which Juliet rouses from her potion-induced sleep and the lovers’ relief and joy is celebrated in a final dance. The original ballet was conceived in 1935 but was so heavily censored in Stalin’s Russia that it was nearly unrecognisable to its composer when it was first staged in 1940. For this historic event Prokofiev’s original score will be performed as he intended by the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Stefan Asbury. Romeo and Juliet, On Motifs of Shakespeare is presented in association with Dance Umbrella and is part of the Barbican’s Great Performers season and part of the LSO’s Dance! series which runs throughout November 2008 and January 2009.Producer BITE08. Choreographer mark Morris. Choreographer Mark Morris. Company London Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Stefan Asbury. Design Allen Moyer. Costume Martin Pakledinaz. Lighting James F. Ingalls.
|5 Nov 08 to 8 Nov 08||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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Mozart Dances - T01111996931[Mark Morris] combines the abstract and the classical in this landmark piece of choreography. He weaves motifs from 18th century courtly and folk dances into his signature style, perfectly complementing Mozart's music. Movements, patterns and gestures are repeated, revised and combined with wholly new ideas, creating a piece of constant freshness, wit and mystery. Mozart Dances is a creative collaboration of the highest order. Mozart's piano concertos No. 11 in F and No. 27 in B flat, and his Sonata in D for Two Pianos are performed live by [Emanuel Ax] and [Yoko Nozaki]. The dancers perform against bold, fluid backdrops designed by British artist Howard Hodgkin. Mozart Dances was commissioned by the Barbican Centre (London), New Crowed Hope (Vienna), and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (New York). Part of Great Performers 2007-2008 Part of bite07. Part of Great Performers 2006-2007. Part of New Crowned Hope - A Festival by Peter Sellars. Running time 120 mins inc. 2 intervalsCorporate Sponsor American Airlines. Producer BITE:07. Performer Emanuel Ax (piano). Performer Yoko Nozaki (piano). Conductor Jane Glover. Company Academy of St Martin in the Fields. Choreographer Mark Morris. Design Howard Hodgkin. Costume Martin Pakledinaz. Lighting James F. Ingalls.
|4 Jul 07 to 7 Jul 07||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
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Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight/All Fours/From Old Seville/Grand Duo - T1403143931The first part of the programme features the tender and poignant Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight and the somberly austere and touching graceful All Fours. In the second part, Mr Morris himself performs in the flirtatious From Old Seville and the artistry and versatility of his dancers shine through in the breathtaking masterpiece Grand Duo.Music Stephen Foster (Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight). Music Bela Bartok (All Fours). Music Manuel Requiebros (From Old Seville). Music Lou Harrison (Grand Duo).
|4 Nov 05 to 5 Nov 05||Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600|
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Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight/All Fours/Candleflowerdance - T01204858648The first part of the programme features the tender and poignant Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight, reflecting the nostalgic Americana of [Stephen Foster]'s music. All Fours - a major creation for a dozen dancers set to [Bartok]'s Stringg Quartet No. 4. Candleflowerdance - set to music by Igor Stravinsky.
|28 Oct 05||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight/All Fours/The 'Tamil Film Songs in Stereo'/Pas de Deux/Grand Duo - T1741448698Programme One starts with the poignant Somebody’s Coming to See Me Tonight (featuring live singers) reflecting the nostalgic Americana of [Stephen Foster]’s music and All Fours which is, by turns, somberly austere and touchingly graceful. The programme concludes with a welcome revival of the humourous The ‘Tamil Film Songs in Stereo’ Pas de Deux and Morris’ breathtaking masterpiece Grand Duo.
|18 Oct 05 to 22 Oct 05||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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From Old Seville/Mosaic & United/Candleflowerdance/V - T0562447962Programme Two sees Morris himself perform in the flirtatious From Old Seville, followed by the whimsical and jubilant Mosaic & United. Morris also presents his most recent work Candleflowerdance, set to music by Igor Stravinsky, and the astounding V (winner of Time Out Live Award for Outstanding Production).
|19 Oct 05 to 22 Oct 05||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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T1777730520 (WALESMILL05)Using music from classical baroque to rock ‘n’ roll, Mark Morris brings his irresistible combination of music and choreographic genius to Wales Millennium Centre - a truly life enhancing experience!
|14 Oct 05 to 15 Oct 05||Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff :: V1984858935|
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Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight/Candleflowerdance/Tamil Film Songs in Stereo/Grand Duo - T875063228The first part of the programme features the tender and poignant Somebody's Coming to See Me Tonight, reflecting the nostalgic Americana of Stephen Foster's music, followed by Morris' newest work Candleflowerdance to music by Igor Stravinsky. In the second half, the humourous the Tamil Film Songs in Stereo Pas de Deux and the breathtaking masterpiece Grand Duo awesomely display the artistry and versatility of the dancers.Choreographer Mark Morris.
|10 Oct 05 to 11 Oct 05||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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The Nutcracker with a Twist - The Hard Nut - T018448481With go-go boots, bouffant hairdos and dancing Barbies, this is a hilarious and deliciously vulgar take on the classic Christmas tale. Transposed to a kitsch 1960's home, where the Christmas tree is plastic, a yule log burns on the TV, the maid has attitude and the party guests do the bump, this is pop culture fantasy come to life. However this is not just pure spoof. Episodes of Noel naughtiness share the spotlight with the tender unfurling of childhood fantasies and first love. Snowflakes, reminiscent of a child's dream of winter, of ice-cream and snowballs, seem to dance in the sky. Featuring the 45-piece Royal Ballet Sinfonia, a chorus and full staging, this is a rare opportunity to see The Hard Nut. Due to its large scale, the show does not tour and has previously been seen in only four cities worldwide. Returning to T. A. Hoffmann's original story, and impeccably faithful to the complete Tchaikovsky score, The Hard Nut is at once a send up of the conventional Russian ballet but also a homage. So if you like you Holiday cheer with a twist, you'll love this.Choreographer Mark Morris.
|12 Nov 04 to 27 Nov 04||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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Morris World Premiere, I Don't Want to Love, Peccadillos, Grand Duo - T01302491958Morris's world premiere is a full company work set to [Robert Schumann]'s sublime Quintet in E flat opus 44. I Don't Want to Love (1996) illuminates the romance of seven madrigals by [Claudio Monteverdi]. Peccadillos (2000) is a solo piece for the choreographer himself, set to children's piano pieces by [Erik Satie]. Grand Duo (1993) - a thundering work for 14 dancers.Choreographer Mark Morris.
|16 Nov 01 to 17 Nov 01||Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749|
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|12 Nov 01 to 13 Nov 01||The Lowry, Salford :: V0655996499|
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|9 Nov 01 to 10 Nov 01||Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623|
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|6 Nov 01 to 7 Nov 01||Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V754|
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|2 Nov 01 to 3 Nov 01||Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Aldeburgh :: V75|
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|29 Oct 01 to 30 Oct 01||Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600|
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|26 Oct 01 to 27 Oct 01||Theatre Royal, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V570|
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|23 Oct 01 to 24 Oct 01||New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709|
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|16 Oct 01 to 20 Oct 01||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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T01775906376 (BREP99)Dancing Honeymoon - Sharp comedy and sunny costumes combine in this atmospheric dance set to a medley of songs from the 1930s. The Argument - A dance for three couples that permiered at the beginning of 1999. Bedtime - This haunting and heavenly dance is performed to three [Schubert] songs. Grand Duo - With the whole company on stage, the [Lou Harrison]'s music providing a major driving force, Grand Duo is regarded as a Mark Morris signature piece. An outstanding finale to this brilliant night of breathtaking dance.
|25 Oct 99 to 26 Oct 99||New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709|
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|15 Oct 99 to 16 Oct 99||Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham :: V143|
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T01891313512 (MARLOWE99)After a series of sensational years performing at the Edinburgh International Festival the legendary American dance group returns to Canterbury as part of their second British tour. Hailed by critics as the most inventive choreographer working in dance today, Mark Morris presents an irresistible and magical mixed bill. Joyous, witty and dashing choreography with group of 18 dancers, glorious live music and beautiful dance combine in a feast of colour, music and movement.
|19 Oct 99 to 20 Oct 99||Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury :: V674|
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T1661022125 (MMDG99)Gloria, The Argument, Rhymes With SilverMusic Vivaldi (Gloria). Music Lou Harrison. Design Howard Hodgkin. Choreographer Mark Morris.
|5 Oct 99 to 9 Oct 99||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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|5 Sep 99 to 9 Sep 99||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
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|6 Nov 09 to 7 Nov 09||Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600|
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|18 Nov 05 to 19 Nov 05||New Victoria Theatre, Woking :: V709|
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|15 Nov 05 to 16 Nov 05||Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749|
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|11 Nov 05 to 13 Nov 05||Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Aldeburgh :: V75|
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|1 Nov 05 to 2 Nov 05||Theatre Royal, Glasgow :: V623|
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|25 Oct 05 to 26 Oct 05||Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145|
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|23 Oct 99||Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe :: V749|
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|11 Oct 99||Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V124|
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|12 Aug 96 to 14 Aug 96||Festival Theatre, Edinburgh :: V600|
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