Opera Holland Park performances 2018

Thursday 28 June and Saturday 30 June – evening

Predominantly Upper School students (aged 16-19 years)

Larina Waltz
Choreography – Ashley Page

Sea Interludes
Choreography – Andrew McNicol

Self & Soul
Choreography – Robert Binet

Napoli – Act III Pas de Six and Tarantella
Choreography – August Bournonville

BACH, Multiplicity forms of silence and emptiness – excerpts
Choreography – Nacho Duato

INTERVAL

The Sleeping Beauty – Aurora’s Wedding
Choreography – After Marius Petipa

Friday 29 June (evening) and Saturday 30 June – matinée

Predominantly White Lodge students (aged 11-16 years)

Let’s Begin
A choreographic demonstration of ballet class material featuring class year groups 7, 8 and 9 (11 to 14-year-olds)

Napoli – Act III Pas de Six and Tarantella
Choreography – August Bournonville

Scottish (name tbc)
Choreography – Karen Berry

Larina Waltz
Choreography – Ashley Page

The Dawn of the Celtic Warriors
Choreography – Aaron Crosbie and Alice Reddin, adaptation of Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance

TooT – excerpt
Choreography – Didy Veldman

INTERVAL

Snegurochka
Choreography – Tania Fairbairn

Sea Interludes
Choreography – Andrew McNicol

Crépuscule Finalist in the Kenneth MacMillan Choreographic Award 2017  FRIDAY ONLY
Choreography – Alix Van Tiggelen, Year 11

The Imperial ‘Good Companion’ Commendation in the Ninette de Valois Choreographic Award 2018  FRIDAY ONLY               
Choreography – Ruben Mariner Barbeito, Year 8

Experiment 249 Winner of the Kenneth MacMillan Choreographic Award 2017   SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
Choreography – Anna Daley, Year 10

Cloudburst Winner of the Ninette de Valois Choreographic Award 2018   SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
Choreography – Grace Donovan, Year 8minor

Introspection Winner of the Ursula Moreton Choreographic Award 2018              
Choreography – Kele Roberson and Damen Axtens, 2nd Year

Pulcinella Suite
Choreography – Mark Annear

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