These results are from Festival 2013. The 2014 Festival will launch in March and will run from 8-31 August.
Exciting contemporary classics from established choreographers each of whom challenged their own genre of dance.
Due to family illness, Édouard Lock’s new work, which was to form part of Dance Odysseys, has been cancelled.
Documentary on Jirí Kylián’s life, way of thinking and most significant creations. Shot in 2011 in The Hague, Prague, Monte Carlo and Paris with Sabine Kupferberg dancing as Kylián rehearses some of his works.
Five inspiring world premieres performed by Scottish Ballet and Scottish Dance Theatre choreographed by renowed choreographers Helen Pickett, James Cousins, Martin Lawrance, Kristen McNally and Henri Oguike.
In its 25th anniversary year, Kenneth MacMillan’s haunting Sea of Troubles (1988) forms a double bill with Christopher Hampson’s evocative Silhouette.
Relationships come into focus in extracts from the canon of Scottish Ballet’s Founding Artistic Director Peter Darrell, and new collaborators James Cousins and Helen Pickett.
Inspired by the three principal characters from the commedia dell’arte, it is a poetic, humorous and dramatic interpretation of composer Arnold Schoenberg’s revolutionary work of the same name.