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Bintley's Mozart

on BBC Two England

David Bintley is one of the most energetic and talented young dancers and choreographers working in Britain today. This programme follows the often exhilarating, and sometimes painful, process of creating one of his latest works, Galanteries. It was commissioned for Expo 86 World Fair in Canada and performed by the Royal Ballet where he is resident choreographer. It documents Bintley's instinctive way of working with his dancers on a ballet described as one of his most joyous creations. In the second half of the programme there is a complete performance of Galanteries, set to Mozart's. Divertimento K205 and Serenade K101.
Featuring Lesley Collier, Bryony Brind, Fiona Chadwick, Deirdre Eyden, Karen Paisey, Jonathan Cope, Antony Dowson, Bruce Sansom, Mark Silver and Fiona Brockway, Deborah Bull, Angela DeMello and Sara Gallie
Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet Orchestra conducted by Isaiah Jackson Film editors TIM CAWSTON and PAUL DOSAJ
Performance cameraman CHRIS O'DELL
Ballet performance directed by COLIN NEARS
Producer KATYA KRAUSOVA Executive producer ERIC ABRAHAM
A Portobello production for BBCtv

Contributors

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David Bintley
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Lesley Collier
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Bryony Brind
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Fiona Chadwick
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Deirdre Eyden
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Karen Paisey
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Jonathan Cope
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Antony Dowson
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Bruce Sansom
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Mark Silver
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Fiona Brockway
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Deborah Bull
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Angela Demello
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Sara Gallie
Conducted By:
Isaiah Jackson
Editors:
Tim Cawston
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Chris O'Dell
Producer:
Katya Krausova

BBC Two England

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