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Sylvie Guillem

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
In this third and final programme, British choreographer
Jonathan Burrows has created a new solo for dancer SylvieGuillem. With music by Kevin Volans , Blue Yellow explores the idea of space.
In the second film, In the Wind There
Is Someone, director and choreographer Francoise Ha Van illustrates the joy of dancing. Set in the scenery store of the Paris Opera, two young Paris-based men, David Kern and Brian Reeder , dance to the music of Bach.
Directors Adam Roberts , Francoise Ha Van

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Burrows
Music By: Kevin Volans
Unknown: Francoise Ha Van
Unknown: David Kern
Unknown: Brian Reeder
Directors: Adam Roberts
Directors: Francoise Ha Van

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