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Composer: Whitley, Kate (b. 1989)

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Year of birth1989
NationalityUnited Kingdom
Period20th century
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AmsterdamVan Manen / Forsythe / ArquésNew Production

Van Manen / Forsythe / Arqués
Whitley, Górecki, Willems
Juanjo Arqués; Hans van Manen; William Forsythe; Dutch National Ballet; Matthew Rowe; Keso Dekker; Tatyana van Walsum; Het Balletorkest

LondonMatthew Rose and Friends

Bruce, Whitley, Suckling, Hunt, Strauss R.
Matthew Rose; Katherine Broderick; Jan Schmolck; Anna Tilbrook
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BRB's Fire and Fury opens at Sadler's Wells

Max Maslen (Le Roi), Tyrone Singleton (Cardinal Mazarin) and artists of BRB in The King Dances © Andrew Ross
Birmingham Royal Ballet presents a double bill subtitled ‘Two ballets fuelled by power and politics’ as part of David Bintley’s last season as director. 
***11
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Proms at... Bold Tendencies Multi-Storey Carpark

Tuba player Sasha Koushk-Jalali from The Multi-Story Orchestra © BBC | Mark Allan
A novel venue provided the unusual setting for an engaging and impressive performance by the Multi-Story Orchestr and Multi-Story Youth Choir of music by JS Bach, Kate Whitley and John Adams.
*****
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From Baroque'n'roll to contemporary at Kings Place

Leonard Elschenbroich © Felix Broede
Leonard Elschenbroich joined with the 12 ensemble for an evening dedicated to the Suite italienne, a stroll through time though with a focus on contemporary composers.
***11
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Captivating new percussion works from Nonclassical at Oval Space

The second instalment of Nonclassical’s “Pioneers of Percussion” Festival last Saturday at Oval Space in east London paired two classics of the percussion repertoire with two new works, and featured the young and ambitious Multi-Story Orchestra. It is a great testament to the quality of these new works that they not only held their own, but were indeed the highlights of the evening.
****1
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Carmen Elektra: Timberbrit

Imagine that Britney Spears is in the final throes of life. She stages one last concert to bid farewell to her fans, but is too mentally unstable to make it work. Her former lover Justin Timberlake appears onstage and attempts to win back her affections. Everything happens in slow motion, perhaps because Britney is undergoing a sort of psychotic breakdown.
**111
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