Three of the world’s most exciting contemporary choreographers come together in an extraordinary showcase of dance today that includes the world premiere of a new work by Kyle Abraham, an innovative new voice in ballet. Love, loss and acceptance are at the heart of Crystal Pite’s moving and poetic Solo Echo, inspired by Mark Strand’s poem 'Lines for Winter', and set to Brahms’s sonatas for cello and piano. Royal Ballet Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon’s energetic DGV: Danse à grande vitesse, created for The Royal Ballet in 2006, is a mesmerising blend of movement and metaphor set to a compelling score by Michael Nyman.
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