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Competition: Tickets To Mark Morris Dance Group!

Competition: Double Pass To Mark Morris Dance Group

Thanks to The Edge, Scoop has TWO double pass tickets to give away to the internationally acclaimed Mark Morris Dance Group performance of Mozart Dances at The Civic on Sunday August 24 at 7pm.

The tickets are valued at a total of $356!

If you are in Auckland this weekend, then don't miss this top international performance.

The first two people to answer the following three questions correctly will each win a double-pass ticket to see this fabulous show.

Q1: What international city does the Mark Morris Dance Group come from?

Q2: Who are the two distinguished pianists who will perform with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra at this show?

Q3: The Mozart Dances is performed in how many parts?

Here's what the San Francisco Chronicle said about this performance:

"Morris, in another peak achievement of his remarkable career, transformed a simple form of dancers onstage into something wondrous, inspiring and achingly beautiful. That was the centrepiece of a magnificent night of dance, set to three Mozart pieces and performed with flowing precision and heart by the company and the musicians." "THE TOP 10 ARTS AND CULTURE EVENTS OF 2007".

Mark Morris Dance Group - MOZART DANCES with the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra Choreographer: Mark Morris

The Civic – THE EDGE® - 22-29 August

Tickets on sale now at Ticketek Ph: 0800 Ticketek –


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