Local | Finally Midsummer party!

By on April 25, 2016
By popular request comes the Royal Ballet’s audience and criticsuccess Midsummer Night’s Dream back in September.

Exactly one year ago created the acclaimed Swedish choreographer Alexander Ekman, the highly acclaimed full-evening work Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Royal Ballet. It is a work of longing through the light summer night, a dream of origins … A night full of love and eroticism where nature abounds forces.

Ekman has previously been topical at the Royal Opera in 2012 with the piece Tyll which also was a huge success. Even this time collaborating Ekman with the New York-based, Swedish composer Mikael Karlsson and recently had the highly acclaimed world premiere of the piece Cow at the Semperoper in Dresden. The Midsummer Night’s Dream, which is the most technically complicated score raised at the Opera, also participates among others, the acclaimed singer Anna von Hausswolff.

Ticket sales are already in full swing for the autumn performances of Midsummer Night’s Dream played nine times 7 to 26 September.

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