Concerto Six Twenty-Two
Concerto Six Twenty-Two, choreographed by Lar Lubovitch, was commissioned by Centre National de Danse (Angers, France) and premièred in 1986 at Carnegie Hall in New York. Although men dancing together has existed in modern dance almost from the beginning, Concerto Six Twenty-Two brought a new freedom of expression to this concept and, while the piece does not tell a literal story, it indelibly portrays the depth of friendship expressed within a supportive and caring relationship between men.
- Music Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra K. #622 by W.A. Mozart
- Original Lighting Design Craig Miller
- Lighting Recreated Jack Mehler
- Staging Ginger Thatcher
Leeds, Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre - Wed 18 - Sat 21 Jun 2014