Dance Giveaway: Sydney Dance Company’s Frame of Mind

14 Apr_Syd DanceFrame of Mind showcases two deeply personal pieces from acclaimed choreographic talents: a world premiere by Sydney Dance Company’s Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela, featuring music by Bryce Dessner (The National) in a recording by the Kronos Quartet with set and costume design by Belvoir’s Ralph Myers; and living legend William Forsythe’s poignant masterpiece, Quintett, set to Gavin Bryars’s iconic track Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet. Check out William Forsythe’s Quintett with this video.

We have a double pass to give away for the 6 May, 8pm performance. To enter, email artshouse@melbourne.vic.gov.au, with ‘FRAME OF MIND’ in the subject line.

You can also enter Sydney Dance Company’s  ‘Frame Your Day’ competition for a chance to win $500. Share an image that sums up your day: to enter tag #SDCFrame and @SydneyDanceCo on Instagram or Twitter. More info at SydneyDanceCompany.com/FrameYourDay

Frame of Mind
Sydney Dance Company
6 – 16 May 2015

Southbank Theatre, Melbourne
Book online or call the Box Office on (03) 8688 0800

‘★★★★…Bonachela’s Frame of Mind delivers an emotionally engaging and overarching choreographic mastery…electric’ – Daily Review

‘★★★★…danced crisply and flawlessly…it is passionate yet highly precise, demanding and often breath-stealing.’ – The Guardian

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