"White Darkness" chor. Nacho Duato
"Persistent Sequence" by J. Hernandez created for Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo (2014)
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"White Darkness" chor. Nacho Duato
"Persistent Sequence" by J. Hernandez created for Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo (2014)

White Darkness & Creation

Nacho Duato - Joseph Hernandez

Nacho Duato composed the one-act ballet, White Darkness, as a requiem for the untimely loss of a sister. The result is a masterpiece which, according to critics, has “reached impossible heights” in the landscape of modern art. As for Joseph Hernandez, an american familiar choreographer of Les Ballets de Monte- Carlo, the audience of Monaco remembers its creaking aesthetic universe that is always a hit with the quality of movement he proposed.


WHITE DARKNESS > NACHO DUATO
Choreography: Nacho Duato
Music: Karl Jenkins (Adiemus Variations, String Quartet nº 2)
Scenography: Jaffar Chalabi
Costumes: Lourdes Frías
Lighting: Joop Caboort
World premiered by Compañía Nacional de Danza at Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid, November 16th, 2001.
Duration: 30 min
 

CREATION > JOSEPH HERNANDEZ
Choreography: Joseph Hernandez