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Cyrus Meurant


Venue Lennox Theatre
Dates 01 April 2015

Fusion is an eclectic evening of music and dance united by compositions from Cyrus Meurant.

Featuring a band of brilliant musicians, special guests from the Dance Makers Collective (DMC) and the next generation of dancers from the National College of Dance all under the Artistic Direction of Brett Morgan (MOD Dance Company, Australian Ballet Company, Sydney Dance Company) with choreography by Isabelle Leonard (world premiere of Troika – National Theatre), Mason Peronchik, Alfred Taahi (Sydney Dance Company, Singapore Dance Theatre, Australian Dance Theatre) and Rosslyn Wythes (Dance Makers Collective).

Fusion will feature five extended and contrasting compositions, culminating in the presentation of Klash – a mesmeric work for strings, winds and percussion, commissioned especially for the NCD.

This wonderful production will be showing at Riverside Theatres for one night only, don’t miss out!

More info: www.cyrusmeurant.com

Dates & Times:
Wednesday 1 April 8pm

Michael Bardon – Cello

Nicky Crowe – Flute/Piccolo

Alison Pratt – Percussion

Andrew Smith – Saxophones (Soprano, Alto and Tenor)

Cyrus Meurant – Electric Violin and Keyboards

Special Guests: Rosslyn Wythes and Carl Sciberras (Dance Makers Collective)

Dancers from the National College of Dance: Orla Christie, Jordhan Gault, Jamie King, Bronte Merrick, Brigitta Oldereid, Lucy Ryder, Zeak Tass, Ashlee Wilson, Amy Basley, Jacen Bennett, Aiesha Hanson, Katherine Foote, Mason Peronchlk

Choreography by Isabelle Leonard, Mason Perochlk, Alfred Taahl & Rosslyn Wythes

Artistic Direction by Brett Morgan

Music and Concept by Cyrus Meurant

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Ticket Prices

Adult $25
Concession $20
30 & Under $20
F/T Student $15
Child Under 16 $15

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