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05. Paint It Black, from Christopher Bruce’s ‘Rooster’. Music by Rolling Stones. Music “Paint It, Black” by The Rolling Stones (Google Play • iTunes) Artist The Rolling Stones
03. Not Fade Away, from Christopher Bruce’s ‘Rooster’. Music by Rolling Stones. Music “Not Fade Away” by The Rolling Stones (Google Play • iTunes)
“Crash & 8s” (excerpt) from the contemporary ballet Swansong, choreographed by Christopher Bruce. Music composer: Philip Chambon. This is the original 1987 cast. The dancers are Koen Onzia, Kevin Richmond and Matz Skoog.
01. Little Red Rooster, from Christopher Bruce’s ‘Rooster’. Music by Rolling Stones. Music “Little Red Rooster” by The Rolling Stones (Google Play • iTunes) Artist The Rolling Stones
Karen Hardy & Mark Lunn dance the Cha Cha Cha
07. Play With Fire, from Christopher Bruce’s ‘Rooster’. Music by Rolling Stones. Music “Play With Fire (Mono Version)” by The Rolling Stones (Google Play • iTunes)
Film by Eugene Khazov Producer Mikhail Shergin Dancers: Shane McAvinchey, Benjamin Windborg Larsen, Tomas O Se, Ciara Callanan-Ryan, Amy Louise Hunt, Dinara Mustafina, Maciej Mikolaj Skwarek,Alexander Kukharenko , Sergey Nazarov
Choreography: Robert Bondara Music: „Reckoner” by Radiohead Costume and Light Design: Robert Bondara Polish National Ballet Dancers: Yuka Ebihara and Kristóf Szabó www.robertbondara.com
02. Lady Jane, from Christopher Bruce’s ‘Rooster’. Music by Rolling Stones. Music “Lady Jane” by The Rolling Stones (Google Play • iTunes)
Igor Kolb Principle dancer of Mariinsky Theatre.
Sarah Lamb as Alice and Federico Bonelli as Jack/Knave of Hearts in The Royal Ballet’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/alice Christopher Wheeldon’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland arrived on the stage in 2011 with a burst of colour, theatrical magic and inventive choreography. It was The Royal Ballet’s first new full-length work since 1995 and was greeted with delight by audiences. Joby Talbot’s score combines contemporary soundworlds with sweeping melodies that gesture to ballet scores of the 19th century. Bob Crowley’s wildly imaginative sets and costumes draw on puppetry, projections and masks to make Wonderland wonderfully real. [More]