A Quiet Evening of Dance

William Forsythe, one of the foremost choreographers of his generation, whose career has been instrumental for the development of modern dance, has collated this evening for London’s Sadler’s Wells. The four-work programme includes both new and older choreographies and is a great opportunity for discovering the choreographer’s versatility. Intelligent, unpredictable and beautiful, the works range from sparse, analytic, condensed dance to baroque-inspired counterpoint.