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Oliver Davis

Infinite Ocean (2017)
Publisher
Chester Music Ltd
Category
Dance
Year Composed
2017
Duration
25 Minutes
Availability
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  • Ensemble
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
    Soloist(s)
    Benjamin Baker, violin; Huw Watkins, piano; Kerenza Peacock, violin;
    Conductor
    Paul Bateman
    Signum Classics:
Performances
Date
Title
  • 11 FEB 2020
    War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, CA
    San Francisco Ballet
    Natalia Feygina; Martin West, conductor

    Other Dates:
    13,12,14-16,18-23 February - War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, CA
  • 13 FEB 2020
    Dance Innovations
    War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, USA
    San Francisco Ballet
    Edwaard Liang, choreographer

    Other Dates:
    15,18,19,21,23 February - War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco, USA

Reviews
Completing the triple bill is Edwaard Liang’s The Infinite Ocean, which has a forceful and exciting score by Oliver Davis (played live by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia) and a fantastic set that references Olafur Eliasson’s groundbreaking 2003 Tate Modern installation The Weather Project. Evoking the place between life and death, Liang’s lyrical choreography is suffused with a sense of longing and intimations of farewell. It’s memorable for a pair of duets performed by two outstanding couples — Sofiane Sylve and Tiit Helimets, Yuan Yuan Tan and Vitor Luiz — who savour the intimacy of Liang’s writing and raise it above the level of the merely generic.
Debra Craine, The Times,03/06/2019
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