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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Aberdeen, United Kingdom

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AberdeenDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Stuart Stratford; Sir Thomas Allen; Scottish Opera; Simon Higlett; Mark Jonathan; The Orchestra of Scottish Opera

AberdeenCarmenNew production

Bizet: Carmen
Dane Lam; John Fulljames; Scottish Opera; Sarah Beaton; Christina Cunningham; James Farncombe; The Orchestra of Scottish Opera
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Bach interpreted through dance: Goldberg Variations

In a big challenge, the Scottish Ensemble players were included in the choreography in a cross-arts collaboration with Andersson Dance from Sweden in an innovative performance of the Goldberg Variations.
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MurleyDance's The Object of My Affection

MurleyDance examines the attachments we form with people, places and possessions in its spring tour Objects of My Affection at ACT Aberdeen, Scotland.
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BalletLORENT's Rapunzel

BalletLORENT bring their eerie adaptation of Rapunzel to His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen, with music by Murray Gold and script by Carol Ann Duffy.
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Scottish Ballet's Hansel and Gretel

Once upon a time, Scottish Ballet put on a magical performance of Christopher Hampson’s Hansel & Gretel at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen. 
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David Hughes Dance bring Something Old, Something New... to Aberdeen

From the disturbing to the comical, the beautiful to the weird, David Hughes Dance brought four very different dances to the Lemon Tree theatre in Aberdeen last Saturday. Artistic director, David Hughes, has compiled works from four different choreographers which – as the title Something Old, Something New...
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Scottish Ensemble: Britain vs. Germany – you decide!

The Scottish Ensemble playfully challenged the audience to decide game-show style, which country’s string music won the night: Germany or Britain? Indeed, the concert was a game of two halves with Britain being represented by William Walton and Martin Suckling in the first and Germany by Leopold Hurt and Brahms in the second.
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