Assemblé: The Royal New Zealand Ballet at Sixty

February 8, 2014 at 10:13 am | Posted in Ballet Review, Exhibition Review | Leave a comment
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I went to the Turnbull Gallery in the National Library to see the Assemblé exhibition.

Last year was the Company’s 60th ‘Birthday’, and the exhibition focused on the creators of the ballets – the choreographers, the designers, and the lyricists. There was a very nicely framed colour wheel of all the materials used for the costumes for Romeo and Juliet.

The exhibition is crafted around the ballets of significance to the Company, like: Romeo and Juliet, and Swan Lake. There are posters, photos, notes, and excerpts of music from the ballets.

I found the benesh notation and choreographers notes interesting. Though, it would be nice if they had a plain-english translation to go with them.

The Exhibition finishes on Saturday 15 February, fans of the Royal New Zealand Ballet should go see and hear the items in the exhibition.

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