Crystal Pite’s brilliant ballet Flight Pattern, set to Górecki‘s Symphony No. 3, powerfully conveys the experience of refugees.

Her debut Royal Ballet work, Pite’s Flight Pattern sees her once again collaborating with several of her regular designers: set designer Jay Gower Taylor, costume designer Nancy Bryant and lighting designer Tom Visser, all of whom worked on several of the works mentioned above.

But the subject matter is very different: Flight Pattern addresses one of today’s greatest humanitarian questions, set to the first movement of Henryk Górecki’s powerful ‘Symphony of Sorrowful Songs’.

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