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RADICAL NEW RITE OF SPRING MARKS CENTENARY OF RIOTOUS PREMIERE

May 24, 2013

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RADICAL NEW RITE OF SPRING MARKS CENTENARY OF RIOTOUS PREMIERE    ‘In theatres now you can have a glass of champagne and a nice time, it’s all very civilised. That’s totally against the spirit of Stravinsky. Our production is radical, difficult and scary… that was the idea of Stravinsky.’ – Teodor Currentzis, Conductor   One hundred years […]

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HOUSTON BALLET CELEBRATES THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RITE OF SPRING

February 12, 2013

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The Rite of Spring. Charles-Louis Yoshiyama. Photo: Amitava Sarkar

HOUSTON BALLET CELEBRATES THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RITE OF SPRING   Stanton Welch Creates a New Staging of The Rite of Spring, Featuring Designs by Indigenous Australian artist Rosella Namok Acclaimed Choreographer Edwaard Liang Creates His First Commissioned Work for Houston Ballet to Music by Ezio Bosso Program Also Features Houston Ballet Premiere of […]

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