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The second of Texas Ballet Theater’s March mixed-repertoire programs features two productions choreographed by Stevenson. The first is Mozart Requiem, which was choreographed for TBT in 2008, and performed again in 2013. Stevenson was inspired to create this piece while watching a mother on the news reflect on the loss of her son, who was a soldier fighting overseas, but who aspired to be a musician.

Stevenson will also choreograph a world premiere that will be the second piece in the mixed-repertoire program, which will feature three different pieces from composer, Bohuslav Martinů. He has chosen Martinů’s fifth symphony for the first movement, and has always found Martinů’s music intriguing, but cannot settle on just one piece because his music is so diverse.

The second of Texas Ballet Theater’s March mixed-repertoire programs features two productions choreographed by Stevenson. The first is Mozart Requiem, which was choreographed for TBT in 2008, and performed again in 2013. Stevenson was inspired to create this piece while watching a mother on the news reflect on the loss of her son, who was a soldier fighting overseas, but who aspired to be a musician.

Stevenson will also choreograph a world premiere that will be the second piece in the mixed-repertoire program, which will feature three different pieces from composer, Bohuslav Martinů. He has chosen Martinů’s fifth symphony for the first movement, and has always found Martinů’s music intriguing, but cannot settle on just one piece because his music is so diverse.

The second of Texas Ballet Theater’s March mixed-repertoire programs features two productions choreographed by Stevenson. The first is Mozart Requiem, which was choreographed for TBT in 2008, and performed again in 2013. Stevenson was inspired to create this piece while watching a mother on the news reflect on the loss of her son, who was a soldier fighting overseas, but who aspired to be a musician.

Stevenson will also choreograph a world premiere that will be the second piece in the mixed-repertoire program, which will feature three different pieces from composer, Bohuslav Martinů. He has chosen Martinů’s fifth symphony for the first movement, and has always found Martinů’s music intriguing, but cannot settle on just one piece because his music is so diverse.

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Bass Performance Hall
525 Commerce St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
https://texasballettheater.org/performance/mozart-requieum-martinu-pieces

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