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The Royal Ballet will be giving a performance of 'The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude' by William Forsythe, set to final movement of Schubert's 'Ninth Symphony'.
It has gained a reputation as one of the most demanding short ballets in the Royal Ballet's repertoire, and this will be the first time they've performed it for fifteen years.
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