“a revelation on several levels…Please, everyone, play it again. Soon.” The Herald
After surprising audiences around the world – from Shanghai Concert Hall to the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. – our collaboration with Sweden’s Andersson Dance, a playful reworking of J.S. Bach’s masterpiece, the Goldberg Variations, returns to Scotland. Fusing music and movement to profound and joyous effect, this production brings a fresh visual dimension to this revered piece of music, allowing audiences to enjoy its humour, humanity and beauty in an entirely new way. After seven years of touring this, one of our most successful and popular productions, we are truly thrilled to be bringing it back home for audiences to discover – or to enjoy all over again.
Performance lasts 80 minutes with no interval
Content advice: This production contains one brief instance of nudity
- J. S. Bach
Goldberg Variations (arranged by Sitkovetsky)
- Musical direction
- Fri 3 March 7:30 pmGlasgow Tramway
- Sat 4 March 7:30 pmGlasgow Tramway
- Mon 6 March 7:30 pmInverness Eden Court
- Tue 7 March 7:30 pmDundee Caird Hall
For under-16 or carer tickets, please contact box office directly on 01382 434940
- Thu 9 March 7:30 pmLeeds Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre
- Sat 18 March 8:15 pmRotterdam De Doelen
- Mon 20 March 8:15 pmUtrecht TivoliVredenburg
- Tue 21 March 8:15 pmGroningen SPOT Groningen
- Wed 22 March 8:00 pmArnhem Musis & Stadteater Arnhem
Children under 16 go free with a paying adult
£9 for Under 30’s, students, disability and unemployment benefit recipients
Free tickets for carers with any paid ticket
SAVE 15% on your tickets by booking more two or more performances in any city. This discount is available online for performances in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Inverness, Perth and Glasgow – for Dundee performances please book by phone or in person to get the discount.
Check out our mini-documentary
In 2015, when we first created Goldberg Variations: ternary patterns for insomnia, we created a short documentary. Get an insight into the devising process, and the journey our collaboration with Andersson Dance has taken to reach where it is today.