Premiered at Sadler’s Wells, Sunday 23 April to a sold out theatre.

Created and Composed by David Cazalet, choreographed by Jason Mabana and featuring Juliana Yazbeck, Requiem for Aleppo is a non-political expression of solidarity for the people of Syria.

This new production brings together 12 dancers from around the world. The original music is a combination of Requiem Mass lyrics set to choral music, Arabic poetry and real-life stories of people from Aleppo.

Our Objective

Our objective is to raise funds and awareness for Syria. We are partnered with two organisations providing vital support to Syrian’s in need; Syria Relief Charity and Techfugees.

All money raised from ticket sales to the premiere and donations collected during the Live-Stream will go to our partner organisations.

Requiem for Aleppo Programme

Requiem for Aleppo Album available on iTunes

Requiem for Aleppo produced by David Cazalet premieres publically at Sadler’s Wells 23rd April 2017 as the score for the contemporary dance piece by the same name. Containing 15 tracks, the album features the vocal talents of Abdul Salam Kheir, Juliana Yazbeck and Apollo Voices Choir.

Musical contributions by Rasmus Bom Andersen (Production, compositional
collaboration, arrangements), Monika Koscielna (Violin), Calie Hough (Percussion), Rihab Azar (Oud) and Daniel Baune (Guitar).

My deep thanks go to all those who have been involved with this project. My hope is that the music will keep the plight of those who have been lost and those who have suffered in people’s hearts long after the news has moved on and that in a fragmenting world it will act in some small way to keep us together‘. – David Cazalet

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