THE THREE DANCERS
CREATED BY LEE SERLE
Internationally celebrated choreographer, Lee Serle returns from New York to create a new contemporary dance work, The Three Dancers. Composed by world-renowned composer, Elena Kats-Chernin, and inspired by Picasso’s painting of the same name, The Three Dancers was originally presented in 2015 as a chamber music concert. Dancenorth’s re-imagining of the score is a unique collision of sound, light and movement. Score co-commissioned by Wimbledon International Music Festival, Dancenorth, Australian Festival of Chamber Music, Sitka Summer Music Festival, El Paso Pro Musica, Northwest Bach Festival and the Rambert Dance Company.
Love, desire and betrayal are the ingredients of the shocking true story which inspired Picasso’s masterpiece, Lee Searle’s rendition reveals the intricacy within one of the 20th century’s greatest artworks.
25 MINS PRESENTED AS PART OF THE AFCM CONCERT CRAWL
DANCENORTH // 31 JULY
A PRE-EMPTIVE REQUIEM FOR MOTHER NATURE
Alisdair Macindoe’s A Pre-emptive Requiem For Mother Nature delves into the magic of the organic world, reflecting on physical phenomena we often take for granted.
THREAD: PAGE/HAINES: PIRANI: WILSON
As Dancenorth celebrates its 30th year, in May 2015 the company presented three incredibly diverse new works, all linked by the thread of lineage and connection to the company.