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VenueHall for Cornwall
From16th February 2005
To17th February 2005
When20:00. Thu Mat 14:30
What is currently on at Hall for Cornwall (V1183)

Rambert Dance Company

Rambert Dance CompanyT268228612
Britain's biggest and most exciting touring dance company who often tour two programmes at a time. Dancing to a mixture of musical styles they provide enormously watchable evenings.
Company Rambert Dance Company

Archive :: production:T268228612, dance or ballet:S887, venue:V1183
Current production:Work

Songs of a Wayfarer/Irony of Fate/A Tragedy of Fashion/Swamp

Songs of a Wayfarer explores the complex emotions associated with unrequited love. Irony of Fate is a sublime duet for dancer and violinist. Virtuosity and passion come together, as the artists embark on a journey that takes them to the brink of exhaustion. In 1926 Frederick Ashton created his first ballet for Rambert, A Tragedy of Fashion. Best described as a dance/drama, this new version by Ian Spink is true to the original story line of fashion, art and suicide and is a theatrical production for all to enjoy. Swampis a modern dance at its most pure. Echoes of Clark's classical background are very evident there, but this only acts as a foundation for his originality and inventiveness.


Choreographer Kim Brandstrup (Songs of a Wayfarer)
Music Mahler (Songs of a Wayfarer)
Choreographer Rafael Bonachela (Irony of Fate)
Choreographer Ian Spink (A Tragedy of Fashion - after [Frederick Ashton])
Choreographer Michael Clark (Swamp)

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