Dance review: Singapore Ballet's triple bill is beautiful but misses the mark

Shan Del Vecchio (left) and Kwok Min Yi in Ibsen's House by Val Caniparoli. PHOTO: KUANG JINGKAI
Quiver by Timothy Rushton at Masterpiece In Motion by Singapore Ballet. PHOTO: KUANG JINGKAI
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Singapore Ballet
Esplanade Theatre, July 30, 8pm

For Singapore Ballet and its keen followers, this year's edition of Masterpiece In Motion is long-awaited. Originally intended for 2020, the triple bill comprises the world premiere of Timothy Rushton's Quiver, the company premiere of Val Caniparoli's Ibsen's House as well as Nils Christe's Organ Concerto, created for the company in 2012.

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