Event Ballet at the Quarry
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Venue Quarry Amphitheatre, City Beach, WA
Umbrella Event Perth International Arts Festival
First Date 10 February 2012
Last Date 3 March 2012
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description Inspired by Tchaikovsky's music, Serenade was created by the great George Balanchine upon arriving in America and is now a signature work for the New York Ballet.

Set to the exquisite strains of Paganini and Kreisler, Ivan Cavallari's world premiere Strings 32 takes its inspiration from 'strings' - how they intersect our lives, create music and define elusive parameters.

Sydney-born Terence Kohler, currently resident choreographer at the State Theatre in Munich, choreographs a new work to Carl Vine's Percussion Symphony No 5.

Reed Luplau's The Sixth Borough is inspired by a New York
Primary Genre Dance
Secondary Genre Ballet
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
George Balanchine Choreographer
Ivan Cavallari Choreographer
Terence Kohler Choreographer
Reed Luplau Choreographer
Fritz Kreisler Composer
Niccolo Paganini Composer
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky Composer
Carl Vine Composer
Works
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Web PIAF website
Event Identifier 116917