Atlanta Ballet: Carmina Burana

I remember seeing Atlanta Ballet’s production of David Bintley’s “Carmina Burana” when they staged it in 2013 and absolutely loving it. The choreographed movement isn’t super complex or exciting, but it is incredibly impressive that Bintley managed to pull three coherent stories out of the the collection of fairly random, raunchy poems in medieval vulgar Latin that Orff put to dramatic music. And the work is often hilarious and is entirely entertaining.
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