Rambert Dance Company - Comedy of Change/Carnival of the Animals/New Work
From: Tuesday, 3rd November 2009
To: Saturday, 7 November 2009
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Britain's biggest and most exciting touring dance company who often tour two programmes at a time. Dancing to a mixture of musical styles they provide enormously watchable evenings.
Sarah Frater - 6 November 2009
Being Mark Baldwin must be good fun. The director of Rambert Dance Company can draw on an enviable back catalogue of ballets to stage, plus he has a budget to commission new ones. He also has fine dancers, an able orchestra and a loyal audience, a combination which adds up to one of the best jobs in dance.
Baldwin’s optimism is obvious in Rambert’s current visit to Sadler’s Wells. The triple bill features two new works, and a classic, all of which are well danced.
The programme begins with a new work by the young-ish Henri Oguike, his first for Rambert. Tread Softly is an ensemble piece for 10 dancers to Schubert’s Death and The Maiden, and includes Oguike’s familiar style of rapid runs and emphatic stamps. It’s a combination that looks both light-footed and flat-footed at the same time, a mix that might sound confusing but which somehow acknowledges our earth-bound lives and our longing fo...
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