Philip Feeney's internationally renowned score for Dracula will be performed by Orlando Ballet this autumn. This thrilling 'Hallowe'en event' will take place at the Dr. Phillips Centre for the Performing Arts on the 28th, 29th and 30th of October, 2016.
Philip is currently collaborating with dancer, choreographer and theatre maker, Quang Kien Van, in a full-length work Lunar Shadows, what the choreographer calls an ‘unruly union’ of two earlier works Patient 319 and Lunar Orbits. The piece will be premiered at Greenwich Dance on the 11th November 2016, with subsequent performances at Rich Mix, Bethnal Green in London.
Philip Feeney is currently collaborating with choreographer, Cathy Marston, compiling a score based around the story of Hamlet seen from the view point of Queen Gertrude, featuring the music of Schnittke, Purcell and Feeney. It will be premiered in February 2017 in the Kleine Haus, Musiktheater im Revier, Gelsenkirchen.
In February 2017 Ballet Met will be presenting Feeney's scintillating score to Michael Pink's sparkling ballet, Peter Pan performed to a new recording, due to be recorded in Prague in September. Performances start on the 10th of February at the Ohio Theatre, Columbus.
Philip's 'bold and original' score for Michael Pink's Mirror Mirror will be excitingly revived in May 2017 by the Milwaukee Ballet at the Marcus Centre, Milwaukee.
Ballet Central 2016
The recent 2016 Ballet Central tour featured several of Feeney's works, including a revival of Christopher Gable's classic Ballet Central choreography Celebration, and Mikaela Polley's exciting Ascent, as well as Feeney revisiting the former 2004 success, Superstruct, to choreography by the Director of Central School of Ballet, Sara Matthews.
Also in the programme was a new score for Sharon Watson's powerful Repetition (2) Change, as well as a collaboration with dancer/choreographer, Richard Bermange La Belle Époque