Mercury-nominated Whitburn singer’s new collaborative production is now available to stream in full

The Whitburn musician has produced new work in conjunction with national opera and ballet institutions.

Thursday, 10th June 2021, 8:58 am
Nadine Shah, the Mercury-Prize-nominated singer from Whitburn, has produced new work in collaboration with the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.

Nadine Shah’s collaborative fusion piece with the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet was first streamed on Friday, June 4, and is now available to watch in full.

The short video production, involving 17 dancers from the Royal Ballet, is named 'Lyssa' after the goddess of mad rage and frenzy in Greek mythology.

It features songs from Nadine’s latest album ‘Kitchen Sink’, which was released in June 2020.

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‘Lyssa’ is choreographer Lynne Page’s first piece of work for the Royal Ballet. According to the Royal Opera House, the production “weaves theatre craft, powerful vocals and emotive dance into a unique digital experience that celebrates the collective energy of forces for positive change in our modern world.”

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