One Big Stage
One Big Stage brings together the talent and energy of children and young people from across the country, showcasing the next generation of dancers, singers and musicians.
This unique evening includes a new work inspired by The Royal Ballet's collaboration with the National Gallery, Metamorphosis: Titian 2012, and a new commission by composer Julian Grant and librettist Stephen Plaice.
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Project will bring over 150 young people from across the country to form a company for this one off show.
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Dancing alongside members of The Royal Ballet, the Chance to Dance Company will perform a new work by choreographer Morgann Runacre-Temple. The work was inspired by The Royal Ballet's collaborative project with the National Gallery, Metamorphosis: Titian 2012.
Hot House, a new commission by composer Julian Grant and librettist Stephen Plaice, delves into the history of the theatre and its creative spirit. Under the artistic direction of a creative team headed by Gareth Malone (from BBC ’s ‘The Choir’ and ‘Military Wives’), the production will be staged and performed by young dancers, musicians and designers.
The show will open with a performance by Youth Music Voices – a choir of some of the UK ’s most talented young vocalists.
Generous philanthropic support from
The Taylor Family Foundation, The Education Syndicate and Paul Hamlyn Education Fund | Chance to Dance: The Annenberg Foundation, CHK Charities Ltd, Liz and Simon Dingemans, Freed of London, Gonzalo and Maria Garcia, Richard J. Gnodde, Marina Hobson MBE, Simon and Tracey Holden, MariaMarina Foundation, Bernard and Genevieve Mensah, The Shauna Gosling Trust, Dame Sue Street DCB, Tufton Charitable Trust | Stage Players: Mr and Mrs Steven Heinz | Royal Opera House Youth Opera Company: Yvonne and Bjarne Rieber
About 2 hours | Including one interval