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World Premiere for Samantha Fernando’s ‘Formations’

World Premiere for Samantha Fernando’s ‘Formations’

  • Date08 February 2019

Samantha’s new piece is being performed by the Royal Ballet and London Sinfonietta.


Photo by Alice Pennefather © 2019 ROH

Formations has been choreographed by Kristen McNally and is being performed at the Royal Opera House’s newly refurbished Linbury Theatre this week, alongside work by David Sawer, Mica Levi, and Anna Meredith, amongst others. 

The performances take place from 6–9 February. Further information can be found here.

Samantha Fernando is Lecturer in Composition at Royal Holloway.

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