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Cadence Stravinsky & Cassadó

Wed, 28 Oct, 6:30am

New Zealand conductor Gemma New leads the NZSO in a concert full of rhythm and dance.

Stravinsky originally wrote Danses Concertantes for the concert hall, but it wouldn’t feel out of place as a ballet. The rhythms, syncopation and structure of the piece led to it being choreographed several times, first in 1944 by acclaimed choreographer and co-founder of the New York City Ballet, George Balanchine.

Gemma New
Conductor

Andrew Joyce
Section Principal, Cello

Cassadó
Suite for Cello
III. Intermezzo e danza finale

Stravinsky
Danses Concertantes

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