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Composer: Liebermann, Lowell (b. 1961)

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Year of birth1961
NationalityUnited States
PeriodContemporary
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VailDallas Strings and McDermott

Liebermann, Dvořák, Chausson
Alexander Kerr; Nathan Olson; Unknown

LondonHarp & Flute in Springtime

Bach, Persichetti, Debussy, Alwyn, Liebermann, Nielsen, Scott, Damase
Bethan Griffiths; Zara Jealous

ScunthorpeScunthorpe and North Lincolnshire Concert Society 2019-2020 season

Schubert, Liebermann, Ravel, Rachmaninov
Lauren Zhang, Piano
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Liam Scarlett's Frankenstein is back at The Royal Ballet

Artists of the Royal Ballet in Frankenstein © ROH, 2019 | Andrej Uspenski
Despite drawbacks, this is a bold and imaginative approach to creating dance theatre from the titan of gothic horror 
***11
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Frankenstein

Vitor Luiz in Scarlett's Frankenstein © Erik Tomasson
Here technology breathes theatricality into vast architectural sets, where shadows haunt and light electrifies. 
***11
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Frankenstein, The Royal Ballet

Steven McRae as The Creature in Frankenstein © Bill Cooper | ROH 2016
A steampunk treat for Mary Shelley’s novella fan: Liam Scarlett’s Frankenstein for the Royal Ballet (in collaboration with the San Francisco Ballet) opens at the Royal Opera House.
***11
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Miami Heat

Miami City Ballet dancers in Peck's Heatscape © Gene Schiavone
Miami City Ballet bears a marked resemblance to the New York City Ballet under Balanchine.
****1
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Into the bullring: Carlos Acosta's Carmen

Federico Bonelli (Escamillo) and Marianela Núñez (Carmen) © ROH | Tristram Kenton
Carlos Acosta's Carmen premieres at the Royal Ballet, alongside Robbins' Afternoon of a Faun, Balanchine's Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux and Scarlett’s Viscera.
****1
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