Ballet West presents Carmina Burana with Serenade

 

In 1974, Willam Christensen shocked and excited audiences by presenting the Utah premiere of Carmina Burana, and it quickly grew into one of Ballet West’s most popular ballets. Now Sklute brings you a brand new version of this powerful dance theater work. This world premiere, created by resident choreographer Nicolo Fonte, will surge with transformative power and drama when an immense chorus joins the dancers on-stage singing Carl Orff’s unforgettable score. The program will open with Serenade, a piece of ethereal beauty that spotlights the artistic craft and genius of George Balanchine, performed to Tchaikovsky’s lush and moving Serenade for Strings.

 

Adam Sklute

“Our resident choreographer, Nicolo Fonte, has an amazing gift for taking well-known pieces of music and illuminating them with his exciting and unexpected vision. From Bolero to The Rite of Spring, he has thrilled audiences with his unique and dynamic approach. Pairing Carmina Burana with George Balanchine’s elegant, windswept Serenade is to me, the perfect way to open my 10th anniversary season.”
—Adam Sklute  

 

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AT THE JANET QUINNEY LAWSON CAPITOL THEATRE

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
November 3 Evening 7:30pm
November 4 Evening 7:30pm
November 8 Evening 7:30pm
November 9 Evening 7:30pm
November 10 Evening 7:30pm  
November 11 Matinee 2:00pm 
November 11 Evening 7:30pm