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Summer favourite Ballet at the Quarry is back with a series of three short contemporary dance works to experience under the stars.

  • Dates:Feb 7-8, 11-15, 18-22, & 26-29
  • Time(s):Opens 8:00pm
  • Venue:Quarry Amphitheatre
  • Festivals:Perth Festival 2020

Details

  • Hosted By:Perth Festival
  • Venue Address:1 Waldron Drive, City Beach WA 6015
  • Ticket Price FROM:$48
  • Ticket price TO:$85
  • Venue:Quarry Amphitheatre
  • Audience:Adults,Family-Friendly,For seniors,Wheelchair Access
  • Festivals:Perth Festival 2020

Description

Dracula choreographer Krzysztof Pastor returns with In Light and Shadow, a neo-classical work set to the music of Bach. Light and shadow interplay as uber-contemporary lines juxtapose with Bach’s rich music. Witness a breathtaking duet accompanied by the Aria before the Corps de Ballet create a magnificent kaleidoscope of patterns to the joyous Orchestral Suite no. 3 in D major.

Graeme Murphy presents a tantalising excerpt from his powerful work Air and Other Invisible Forces. With costume design by Australian Akira Isogawa, you'll be taken on an emotional journey of innovative and hauntingly beautiful dance sequences with allusions to Asia and the West.

The program also features an original new work from Dutch choreographer Wubkje Kuindersma. Listed in the Top 25 to Watch in 2019 in Dance Magazine’s annual list of up-and-coming artists who represent the future of dance, Kuindersma’s new creation forms part of an exciting co-production with Dutch National Ballet

Events

Thunderhead (CANCELLED)
Mia Kurrum Maun (Far From Home) (CANCELLED)
Ian Strange: Suburban Interventions 2008 – 2020 (CANCELLED)
Hudson Valley Ruins (CANCELLED)
Cheeky Dogs (CANCELLED)
Chalkroom (POSTPONED)

Location

SCOOP