Dance Appreciation Series (DAS):
Introduction to Ballet Classics
3 October 2014
Esplanade Concert Hall
Through narration and dance excerpts, this performance specially created for our young audiences will feature some of the most famous classical ballets like Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake!
Suitable for children ages two and above.
Come dressed in your favourite character costumes and get to take photographs with the cast!
Intermezzo @ Da:ns Festival
18 & 19 October2014
Esplanade Theatre Studio
In the spirit of celebrating the beauty of movement, this October will see SDT participating in Esplanade’s annual Da:ns Festival. This triple bill of world premieres by three remarkable contemporary choreographers – Christina Chan, Ma Cong and Toru Shimazaki, is sure to be packed with originality and excitement.
4 - 7 December2014
The Esplanade - Theatre by the Bay
As a celebratory finale to the 2014 season, Singapore Dance Theatre will present the company premiere of Don Quixote, a full length classical ballet.
With staging by the legendary Cynthia Harvey, gorgeous costumes designed by Australian designer Bruce McKinven and soaring music by Ludwig Minkus, Don Quixote is set to be an explosive, colourful spectacle of glorious dancing.
one @ the ballet
Next Session: Pas D'Action, Variation and Coda
25 October, Saturday, 1pm - 2pm
SDT Studios @ Bugis+ Mall, Level 7
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
In classical repertory, divertissements form the central aspects of most works. Solos and variations are not just a part of pas de deux, but are used as a vehicle to show off a dancer’s technical prowess and technique. Codas and finales are the fireworks of dance choreography whether danced by a couple or a full cast. There are countless examples that we will explore and demonstrate for our audience.
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