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In 1974 Kenneth MacMillan created the perfect antidote to the blues with Elite Syncopations - as he told the New Yorker at the time, ?Something short and light and funny'. The resulting 35-minute ballet, using onstage music from ragtime composers including Scott Joplin, is as luridly lewd as it is sassily sophisticated, and has become a staple of the repertory.

Choreographer Kenneth MacMilan. Music Scott Joplin. Costume Ian Spurling.

The Royal Ballet - Kenneth Mac Millan: a National Celebration - Elite Syncopations

The Royal Ballet - Kenneth Mac Millan: a National Celebration - Elite Syncopations (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T0383382514. Details of all The Royal Ballet - Kenneth Mac Millan: a National Celebration - Elite Syncopations archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S909

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